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Popular Eastside coffeehouse expands to new location with more space, pastries
Jan. 11 2018
On Sunday, after four successful years in Lansing’s Eastside Neighborhood, Cara Nader closed the original location for her business, Strange Matter Coffee Co., in preparation for a big move. Her...
Annual Martin Luther King concert wades into healing waters
Jan. 9 2018
Annual Martin Luther King concert wades into healing waters
Lansing city attorney exit took 70 hours to negotiate
Jan. 9 2018
Newly released and unredacted billing documents regarding the still unexplained exit and $160,663 payout to former Lansing City Attorney Janene McIntyre reveal lawyers worked for two months on...
The story of an influential Lansing musician
Jan. 5 2018
Achtenberg, bassist of the Fix, Blight, the Meatmen and Just Say No, died on Dec. 14 after a battle with heart disease. He was 60
Jan. 4 2018
*Introduction to Financial Planning--Part 1 (Adults). From 6 to 7 p.m. FREE. Capital Area District Libraries South Lansing Branch, 3500 S. Cedar St. Lansing. 517-272-9840
Jan. 4 2018
That one postcard led to another and soon he was building a collection of music themed postcards. Jung eventually added a card from the rock group the Vogues which had several hits in the ‘60s including,...
Jan. 4 2018
Aries (March 21-April 19) In 2018, your past will undergo transformation. Your memories will revise and rearrange themselves. Bygone events that seemed complete and definitive will shimmy and shift, requiring...
Jan. 4 2018
By ALLAN I. ROSS For 2 ½ years, the Creole restaurant has been serving New Orleans-style bistro cuisine in the former home of Old Town’s historic Creole Gallery
Jan. 4 2018
Based on your votes in City Pulse’s 2017 Top of the Town contest, we’ve assembled a guide to your favorite Lansing-area eateries. We’ll run single categories in the paper periodically,...
Marijuana industry is fueling an industrial land grab in Lansing
Jan. 4 2018
On the upside, the “marijuana speculators,” as First Ward Councilwoman Jody Washington calls them, will significantly increase property values. On the downside, some Lansing small businesses...
Schor and Council could tangle over Bernero’s secret McIntyre documents
Jan. 4 2018
The issue is twofold. The first question centers on the City Council president waiving attorney client privilege asserted by the mayor. The second deals with the City Attorney’s Office and its conflict...
Jan. 4 2018
On his first full day in office, Lansing Mayor Andy Schor made his first official act to unveil the new Caesar E. Chavez Ave. sign to a crowd of over 50 people Tuesday afternoon at the corner of Turner...
David Cooper’s winding road from Grand Ledge to the Berlin Philharmonic
Jan. 4 2018
Despite his exalted position in the world of symphonic music, he said it’s a “dream come true” to come back to the house where he was raised, on St. Joseph Street, near the “new...
Jan. 4 2018
When Blue Owl Coffee Company first opened last year, co-owner Nick Berry knew he wanted to foster an environment conducive to live music events. He approached local singer-songwriter Tania Howard about...
Jan. 4 2018
By PAUL WOZNIAK It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s Audio Airforce’s presentation of “Super Heroes… and Little Orphan Annie!” Mason resident and creator of the audio...
Jan. 4 2018
By BILL CASTANIER Hey! Don’t bogart that joint, man! This week, California will join Washington D.C. and seven other states with its vote to legalize recreational marijuana. Here at home, Michigan...
2017 was quite a year for wine values, trends, and hot-button issues
Jan. 4 2018
To start, the 2013 My Essential cabernet sauvignon was perhaps the most bang-for-the-buck American red wine I’ve had this year. It should retail for about $20 and is stuffed with a generous amount...
Jan. 4 2018
Not so much. Michael Lynn III is one of four student football players — the LCHS 4 — who knelt in protest during the national anthem at football games in 2017, in the manner of national figures...
Did Pat Gillespie bump a protester at Lansing Catholic game?
Jan. 4 2018
Soon after the Dec. 8 Lansing Catholic vs. Williamston High School basketball game at Williamston, allegations began to spread on social media that developer Pat Gillespie, a Lansing Catholic alumnus with...
Jan. 3 2018
You know it’s been a weird year when the biggest development news is two big holes in the ground. East Lansing finally eradicated its biggest eyesore, the former Citizens Bank at the corner of Abbot...