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Here's what's going on in town today.
May 31 2017
Happy hump day everyone! You’ve probably heard of dueling banjos, but next week a quartet of banjoists throws down at Elderly Instruments. To celebrate the Midwest Banjo Camp, which kicks off t
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Artists announced for 2017 Great Lakes Folk Festival
May 30 2017
The Great Lakes Folk Festival released its 2017 music and dance lineup earlier today. Acts performing at the East Lansing festival range from Lansing’s own Heartland Klezmorim to Connla, a Celtic...
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Here's what's going on in town today.
May 30 2017
Happy Tuesday. It's only Tuesday people, so if you're already feeling stressed out from what this week is bringing, check out the Healing Movements Stretch Class, an hour-long stretching c
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Here's what's going on in town today.
May 29 2017
Hello on this Monday. Support groups have been proven to help all kinds of people in different stages of their lives going through a multitude of experiences. Tonight, a support group for the div
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Here's what's going on in town this weekend.
May 27 2017
Welcome to the weekend. This weekend, a celebration of Mexican culture hopes to spice up this Memorial Day Weekend. Cristo Rey Parish Church hosts three days of authentic Mexican music, dancing a
May 26 2017
This week, Contributor Todd Heywood speaks with Christin Harris and Michelle Paye, two close friends of Kevin Wirth, a local man who was brutally murdered. Heywood also speaks about the murder w
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East Lansing church creates safe space for immigrants, refugees
May 26 2017
While the City of Lansing has waffled on whether or not to label itself a sanctuary city, one local faith community is stepping up and declaring itself a sanctuary. And it’s more than a label —...
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Here's what's going on in town today.
May 26 2017
Happy Friday everyone. Tonight, local smooth jaz saxophonist Phil Denny wraps up his 2016-2017 Gallery Jazz Suite Series Friday with singer/saxophonist Paula Atherton. The 21+ event features a
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May 25 2017
Hello on this dreary Thursday. Looking for something to brighten up your day? A Conversation with Best-selling Author Cookie Johnson might do the trick. Come listen to Cookie talk about
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Mayoral, City Council elections bring political signs — some improperly placed
May 25 2017
Are you demonstrating your support for a candidate by putting a campaign sign on your property? You might want to make sure you’re not violating the city’s ordinance that prohibits placing...
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Michigan data show discrimination, medical issues a significant problem
May 25 2017
“The survey results were dramatic,” said Merissa Kovach, policy strategist at the American Civil Liberties Union, “and demonstrate the devastating consequences that discrimination and...
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May 24 2017
The Pump House Concerts annual outdoor festival returns with another stacked lineup of accomplished Americana songwriters from across the country and Canada. Along with hours of live music, an assortment...
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May 24 2017
For just $5, you get a classic Dagwood’s burger, French fries and a 12-ounce draft beer (or a soda for the teetotalers out there). You can add cheese for an extra $0.50. There’s no flimsy plastic...
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Herbert-Herman Cancer Center takes humanistic approach to treatment
May 24 2017
As we toured the airy atrium, a worker on a high platform was stringing dozens of wires overhead, getting ready for a hundredpiece hanging sculpture by Lansing glass artist Craig Mitchell Smith. The central...
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Council plans special meeting on overriding Bernero veto
May 24 2017
His sticking point? “I want to see a plan,” he said. Critics say that is exactly why the City Council should override last week’s veto by Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero: There is no indepth...
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With Bernero voicing his opposition, a split Council readies to consider ordinance
May 24 2017
“The ordinance completely ignores the Planning Board recommendation that called for reasonable zoning standards for dispensaries,” he went on
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Lisa Pegher, Lansing Symphony slap a cyborg to life at season finale
May 24 2017
The Lansing Symphony and guest percussionist Lisa Pegher created something new in the orchestra’s season finale Friday. The world premiere of “Northern Nights,” an ambitious electro acoustic...
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Your map to fun in the sun
May 24 2017
I was driving through my neighborhood when I saw it. More reliable than the robin, more trustworthy than the tulips, the orange glow of traffic cones is the sure sign of summer in Michigan. All over the...
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May 24 2017
City Pulse's schedule of summer theater events
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May 24 2017
Nic Gareiss and Caleb Teicher want to show you something new: a place where jazz, tap, folk and other styles of percussive dance intertwine. The duo explores the spaces between those genres Tuesday with...

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