180620Inclusion (1 of 1)
June 19 2018
The 3rd Annual City Pulse LGBTQ Inclusion Awards. Seven community members and Williamston Community Schools are awarded for their outstanding LGBTQ activism. June is pride month and Lansing is all about...
CPRadioIMG (1 of 1)
June 15 2018
The latest City Pulse Radio show. Berl Schwartz interviews congressional candidate Elissa Slotkin and Skyler Ashley reports on the City Pulse Inclusion Awards. Listen to City Pulse Radio every Saturda
June 14 2018
Aries (March 21-April 19) My Aries acquaintance Tatiana decided to eliminate sugar from her diet. She drew up a plan to avoid it completely for 30 days, hoping to permanently break its hold over her. I...
June 14 2018
Since its formation in November 2016, SinhaveN has honed its signature blend of hard rock and alt-rock at more than 100 shows, including dates opening for internationally known names like Saliva, Flaw,...
June 14 2018
The program buys and assembles food kits that have enough food basics to make six dinners, four lunches, four breakfasts and two-four snacks. These kits are discreetly delivered into each child’s...
June 14 2018
For a third year, City Pulse and the Arts Council of Greater Lansing are teaming up to put local artists on our covers all summer. Over the last two years, the Summer of Art featured 26 artists ranging...
June 14 2018
But it doesn’t take a devotee of the British comedy troupe to appreciate Riverwalk’s production of “Monty Python’s Spam alot.” Anyone who relishes a good musical will be delighted...
June 14 2018
The club will meet this time at City Pulse’s office, 1905 E. Michigan Ave., starting at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 12. Parking is available behind City Pulse. Both the front and back doors will be open
Saturday, June 16
June 14 2018
General admission earns an attendee 10 tasting tickets and a sampling glass decorated with the logo. Each of the 10 tickets is worth a 3-ounce sample pour from a selection of over 100 Michigan craft beers
Eaton County town set to host second satellite Arts Night Out event
June 14 2018
“With all of the momentum from CharlotteRising, Windwalker definitely gained some attention. We hosted a series of events that brought the community into the building and brought some regional attraction,”...
Lansing City Councilwoman Kathy Dunbar will emcee. Presenters include Mayor Andy Schor, state Sen. Curtis Hertel, state Rep. Tom Cochran, congressional candidate Elissa Slotkin and state Senate candidate Kelly Rossman-McKinney.
June 14 2018
He came to MSU after doing a two-year post-doc at UCLA in addiction and health services. In Lansing, he’s building on that work, collaborating with the Lansing Area Aids Network and the county’s...
June 14 2018
At the time, small photographs called cartes de visite were commonplace — especially of famous people. Photography was only 26 years old at the time of the assassination, but it blossomed during...
City reopens bidding for historic home
June 14 2018
A request for proposals to purchase the building expired April 26 without a single submission.The new process ends at 2 p.m. Aug. 22. The Colonial Revival house sits between Cooley Gardens and the new...
Fatal blaze calls attention to housing inspection failings
June 14 2018
A bouquet of pink and white roses and a small stem of plastic flowers sit underneath a light pole just outside unit 2436 of the LeRoy Froh Housing Complex. Just beyond, the unit itself is closed off by...
Three Stacks Music Festival brings Against Me!, Screaming Females, Camp Cope, Petal to REO Town
June 14 2018
“We moved into REO Town last year September, and I’ve just been staring at this street outside my office,” he said with a laugh
June 14 2018
She was referring to the former general manager of the Lansing Board of Water & Light, who left town for a New York vacation during the catastrophic ice storm in December 2013. He was ultimately fired...
June 14 2018
Last week’s state House votes to repeal the state’s 53-year-old prevailing wage law and adopt work requirements for Medicaid expansion recipients may have long-term impacts on Michigan residents,...
shor (1 of 1)
June 11 2018
City Pulse's monthly interview series with Mayor Andy Schor continues with this June edition
CPRadioIMG (1 of 1)
June 8 2018
The latest City Pulse Radio show. Mike Brand of the Wharton Center for Performing Arts talks about the Tony Awards and MSU trustee Joel Ferguson shares his memories of Robert F. Kennedy. Listen to Cit