Aug. 23 2018
Country artist Ray Fulcher has made waves on the modern country scene since his 2016 EP, “Here We Go Again,” landed in the top 10 on the Country iTunes chart shortly after its release. Saturday,...
Aug. 23 2018
An audit by the city’s internal auditor of last year’s festival recently reviewed by the City Council showed Center Park Productions — an entity managed by the Lansing Entertainment and...
Aug. 23 2018
Cooper’s endeavor started last year as a freshman. “I was walking home late at night and thought it would be more beneficial to use a rideshare service or CATA,” he said. “When...
Aug. 23 2018
James Cheskaty, 33, is the head chef and co-owner of EnVie in downtown Lansing. Cheskaty has always had an interest in cooking, and his long-term dream of owning and cooking at his own restaurant came...
Transgender policy debate mirrors national politics
Aug. 23 2018
Lists of more than 1,400 names last week were turned into Ingham County officials amid an effort to remove board members Greg Talberg, Christopher Lewis, Nancy Deal and Sarah Belanger. The petitions weren’t...
Aug. 23 2018
Author A. Brad Schwartz traveled to more than a dozen states, fired a Thompson submachine gun, held one of the weapons used in the legendary Saint Valentines Massacre in his hand and read boxes full of...
Aug. 23 2018
Band together in an army of pens and pencils to take down writers block
Aug. 23 2018
THURSDAY, AUG. 23 — A lawsuit filed by the Lansing Board of Water & Light seeks to recover thousands of dollars in damages after a local internet provider bored into an underground electrical line...
Aug. 22 2018
Featuring Marco’s Pizza, a Kona Truck and Clint’s Hot Dog Cart, the ribbon cutting at Fairfax Apartments welcomed a new clubhouse and putting green with raffles, putting contests and more
Aug. 22 2018
Enjoy a light appetizer and a local craft brew at this event to support the national fight against Alzheimer’s
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Aug. 21 2018
TUESDAY, Aug. 21 — Citing campaign finance allegations, Lansing Mayor Andy Schor has withdrawn his reappointment nomination of Dennis Louney to the board of the Lansing Boar
Aug. 21 2018
TUESDAY, AUG. 21 — A southside watering hole is likely to stay closed after state regulators revoked its liquor license amid a growing number of complaints from the Lansing Police Department. And...
Aug. 21 2018
Looking to shore up those muscles while having fun? Tour the expansion of the Kick It Out Dance Studio and sign up for classes in dance and fitness
Aug. 20 2018
How many more photos do we have to see of the Capitol, or the Otto C. Eckert Municipal Power Plant? In this competition, Lansing’s under appreciated photogenic self can shine
Aug. 19 2018
Curious to test your mettle as a derby player? This event will teach you the basics while providing derby equipment for free. Just don’t forget to bring your mouth guard and water, said interleague...
Aug. 18 2018
Turner street will be filled to the brim for Old Town’s last festival of the summer season
Aug. 17 2018
Got a neighborhood park with a questionable reputation? Installing a disc golf course may be the most cost effective way to bring back positive traffic.
Aug. 17 2018
City Pulse editor and publisher Berl Schwartz speaks with Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Bill Gelineau
Aug. 16 2018
Michigan State University astronomers will go over mind boggling facts about our solar system and universe. Hosting public nights twice a month, the observatory opens its doors for real time views of planets...
Aug. 16 2018
It’s difficult to walk into Disc Traders, on Saginaw Highway, without immediately feeling overwhelmed. There’s a labyrinthine collection of movies on the left and right side racks, with a veritable...