Here's what's going on in town today
May 27 2016
Good day on this potentially rainy Friday.Yesterday, Williamston Theatre opened "Chapatti," a tale of two lonely pet-lovers who form a new bond. The play runs until late June. Read more about the pr
Frandor bar shuts down after 27 years of business
May 26 2016
THURSDAY, May 26 — Frandor bar Tripper’s closed its doors permanently yesterday evening. “We would like to thank the thousands of Team Members that have worked for us these past 27...
Here's what's going on in town today
May 26 2016
Good day and happy National Paper Airplane Day.Stop by the Ronald McDonald House of Mid-Michigan today and have a beer or two. The first ever Red Shoe Brew features beers from Michigan breweries like
Fantasy author Terry Brooks finds inspiration in diverse literature
May 25 2016
Author Terry Brooks has written the great American novel — more than 35 variations of it, actually — in his groundbreaking career as a fantasy writer
May 25 2016
For a food to be craveable, for me, it has to be something I won’t make at home. Maybe it’s a cooking technique I haven’t mastered, a spice blend I can’t put my finger on or something...
May 25 2016
The play is told from the perspective of two pet owners, Dan (John Seibert) and Betty (Karen Sheridan). Between the two of them, they collectively care for 20 animals, 19 cats on Betty’s side and...
May 25 2016
The first ever City Pulse River Rock Concert features a stacked lineup of legendary local acts. The two-day concert, sponsored by the Lansing Medical Cannabis Guild, happens at Adado Riverfront Park. The...
City Pulse celebrates Top of the Town winners at River Rock Concert
May 25 2016
After battling it out with hundreds of contenders and two rounds of voting, a select group of Greater Lansing warriors will soon be named as winners in the 2016 City Pulse/ Fox 47 News Top of the Town...
MSU Children’s Choirs release album, prepare for European tour
May 25 2016
When Kyle Zeuch stepped in as director of the MSU Children’s Choirs in 2013, he knew he had big shoes to fill. He is just the third director of the group, which won two Grammy awards in 2006 while...
Ixion Theatre highlights local writers in ‘Secrets’
May 25 2016
“Secrets,” this year’s installment of Ixion Theater’s annual bouquet of locallywritten one-act plays, had an off-stage prelude. The group Review requested submissions from local...
Don Middlebrook brings tropical vibes to mid-Michigan
May 25 2016
It may seem like trop rock, the genre of Caribbean-flavored music popularized by artists like Jimmy Buffett, is best suited for cruise ships and beach resorts. But Michigan native Don Middlebrook thinks...
DeWeese pleads guilty To defrauding Blue Cross
May 25 2016
Former Ingham County state Rep. Paul DeWeese is facing up to five years in federal prison after pleading guilty last week to defrauding Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan through his medical practice
May 25 2016
It looks like summer is finally here in Michigan. (I’m crossing my fingers and knocking on wood even as I type this.) Now that we can go outside without fear of windchill or hail storms, it’s...
Summer edition
May 25 2016
With the recent spike in Lansing-area barbecue joints and microbreweries, being the hero of the summer backyard party has never been easier
Who is stepping up and stepping out?
May 25 2016
The Michigan Climate Action Network recently called for the state to work toward a 100 percent renewable energy system by 2050. This aligns with the aim of the climate science if we want to stave off total...
May 25 2016
To begin, the name of this house is pronounced "coals," like the lumps found in the Christmas stockings of naughty children. Designed by architect J. J. Scott of Toledo, the building was one of 11 houses...
Bernero rejects Council’s time limit on interim attorney appointment
May 25 2016
When The Lansing City Council approved Mayor Virg Bernero's appointment of Joseph Abood as the interim city attorney on March 28, it did so for just two months
Energy forum a study in contrast between MSU and state government
May 25 2016
While MSU has taken the wheel and started to drive its own transition from coal toward renewable energy, the state of Michigan is still fussing with a stack of road maps. That’s the impression left...
Ingham County bonding considered to help fund Lansing’s Red Cedar project
May 25 2016
The developers of the Red Cedar Renaissance project on Michigan Avenue in Lansing may seek about $35 million in bonds funded through Ingham County for construction of the elaborate infrastructure needed...
Tom Cocozzoli’s ‘Capitolfest’ kicks off City Pulse’s Summer of Art
May 25 2016
City Pulse and the Arts Council of Greater Lansing have teamed up for the Summer of Art, which puts original art by area artists on the cover of City Pulse each week for 15 weeks, beginning with this issue....

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