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Stanford: Restitution talks ‘stalled’ amid lawsuit
Sept. 6 2018
Merry Stanford, president of Friends of Ormond Park, said her group is urging action for the “negative impacts” caused when the city last year paved a two-lane roadway through the middle of...
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City Council supports renovation project
Sept. 6 2018
An Outdoor Recreation Legacy Partnership grant could fund just shy of half the cost to begin the first phase of renovations, easing the financial weight of the city’s first steps into the multi-million...
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Sept. 6 2018
“We were thinking, ‘What is the best place to be for the whole year in Lansing?’” The Old Town neighborhood was it. Taking jobs in construction to support his family and dream,...
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Brent Knight’s vision takes shape at LCC
Sept. 6 2018
You don’t have to enroll at Lansing Community College to learn stuff. If you wander into the place by mistake —fooled by the drab architecture into thinking this is where you check in with...
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Sept. 6 2018
Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic novella gets reworked with melodies that are enjoyable for both thuggish fiends and upstanding citizens
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Sept. 5 2018
Trip yourself out with art done “pareidolia style,” which plays on the psychology of the mind to perceive a pattern where none actually exists
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Return of the meatballs
Sept. 5 2018
The familiar red awning of Emil’s Restaurant is back, and more blasts from the Eastside’s past are on the way
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Sept. 4 2018
Enjoy a free concert while eating ice cream and taking in the sights of the W.J. Beal Botanical Garden
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Mayor quickly fills gaps after recent resignations
Sept. 4 2018
A newly appointed “affordable housing expert” will take the reins at the Lansing Housing Commission following the recent resignation of Executive Director Martell Armstrong, according to city...
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Sept. 4 2018
For homeless men and women, having a functioning set of wheels is a life changer
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Williamston Schools recall heads to ballot
Sept. 4 2018
Williamston voters will decide in the November general election whether to recall four school board members for supporting transgender rights
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Sept. 1 2018
Got nothing to do on Labor day weekend? Put on those dancing shoes and come out for a judgement free swing dance
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Aug. 31 2018
One Ingham County Commissioner claims “mean-spirited, damaging mischief” is widening a rift between county officials, following accusations of voter fraud and a criminal report filed with the...
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Aug. 31 2018
William J. “Bill” Helder, a pillar of the Lansing community, died Wednesday morning at age 85
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Aug. 31 2018
Hammer-ons, power chords, drum fills and general riffery will fill the new expansion of the REACH Studio Art Center
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Mayor picks housing manager to fill recent resignation
Aug. 30 2018
A recently announced appointment to Lansing’s Housing Commission marks the second official to be seated to the board by Mayor Andy Schor’s administration within just as many months
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Aug. 30 2018
A local photography contest could land someone with an easy $100
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Aug. 30 2018
Henry Potter, the last cover artist of this year’s “Summer of Art” project, grew his interest in art by sculpting clay figures as a kindergartener. Potter, 20, would have the figures...
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Aug. 30 2018
Back in April, Jenn’s Apartment released “We’re A Small Band,” an 11-song LP of original tunes inspired by mainstream ’90s alt-rock and 2000s pop punk — fans of Eve...
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‘Keep it rolling’
Aug. 30 2018
The next morning, Cole, 86, was up at 8 a.m., contemplating breakfast on the back porch of the home of jazz patrons Gregg and Lois Mummaw. Between bites, he graciously took questions from City Pulse’s...