April 19 2017
Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero may as well be called Mayorajuana, given his outspoken support for legalization — even though he claims never to have had even a puff. Bernero’s policy has been to...
Strict proposed ordinance uses zoning to sharply reduce dispensaries
April 19 2017
Those conclusions are based on taking a map provided by the City Council of proposed restricted and non-restricted areas and placing on it the existing dispensaries that City Pulse was able to determine...
Lansing’s reefer madness approach shortsighted as state moves rapidly toward legalization
April 19 2017
Politicians are trying to balance the future against constituents with a reefer madness mentality who would kill the marijuana business in Lansing if they could. Our likely future mayor, Andy Schor, has...
Dennis Hinrichsen named Lansing’s first poet laureate
April 19 2017
Hinrichsen, who retired from LCC in 2013 after teaching nearly three decades, was announced today as Lansing’s first poet laureate
April 19 2017
Let us start today by singing the praises of Lula’s Cookhouse’s fried chicken ($15.99). The breading is light and, dare I say, buttery. The skin crackles and crunches as you bite into it, and...
April 19 2017
Lansing isn't one of them. For a city that sees itself as progressive, Lansing is weighing rules and regulations that will decimate its fledgling medical marijuana industry. Of 62 medical marijuana dispensaries...
Spiral Dance Bar / The Tim Barron Group at RE/MAX
April 19 2017
“I hope (whomever) buys it decides to keep it going as Spiral, but there’s a chance they could go in a different direction,” said Tom Donall, who owns the building, the property and the...
Congressman can expect a greeting from protesters tomorrow
April 19 2017
When 500 of your constituents create a cardboard cutout of you and ask it questions at a town hall in your stead, there has to be a breakdown in communication somewhere. That’s exactly what happened...
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April 19 2017
It's Wednesday! The perfect thing to do on this beautiful spring day is to take a class on Growing Healthy Herbs. This class is presented by MSU Extension and it's Free! 6-7:30 p.m. The cl
Historical Society events shed light on pivotal year
April 18 2017
From labor unrest to hot-button political fights, two free programs sponsored by the Historical Society of Greater Lansing this week offer fascinating dives into Lansing and Michigan history
April 18 2017
Polly poses in her first pothole, located in the 100 block of Baker Street in REO Town. She rejected the spacious hole in the road because it was also a sinkhole.Todd Heywood/City Pulse TUESDAY
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April 18 2017
Happy Tuesday! Today is Music Jazz Tuesdays at Moriarty's. Check their Facebook page to see who's playing (link below). 7-10 p.m. FREE. Moriarty's Pub, 802 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing. (517
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April 17 2017
Hello this Monday. Monday's always call for an adult beverage. Today, I’m a Beer Hound teams up With Good Truckin’ Diner and Draught Horse Brewery for an evening of corned beef and cold
April 15 2017
On this week's episode, Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero talks about his views on calling Lansing a Sanctuary City. Also, organizers of different Grassroots organizations talk about why they want to grab M
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April 15 2017
Good Easter weekend. This weekend is more than just Easter though. This Saturday marks National Titanic Remembrance Day, a day to remember the lives lost on "the unsinkable ship." If you don't
April 14 2017
LANSING — Some religious leaders are questioning the necessity of a House bill aimed at further protecting their First Amendment rights.The bill, sponsored by Rep. Jeffrey Noble, R-Plymouth, would...
Lansing Council President Patricia Spitzley calls herself ‘weak’
April 14 2017
Lansing City Council President Patricia Spitzley said yesterday she was “weak” when she voted for the resolution that included calling Lansing a sanctuary city
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April 14 2017
Happy Friday everyone! Tonight at the Broad art museum there's a free event called The Hob Nob. Music, activities and a cash bar will be in attendance, all that's missing is you! 6-8
Bernero: ‘Embarrassed for city’ over Council reversal, but no veto planned
April 13 2017
Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero said today that by reversing its sanctuary city declaration, the City Council has sent a message of “don’t count on us.”
Fourth MSU football player under investigation
April 13 2017
Another Michigan State University football player is under investigation for sexual assault and has been suspended from the university

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