From ‘Jersey Boys’ and ‘God of Carnage’ to Neil Simon and Shakespeare, local theaters aim to please
Aug. 24 2011
The play depicts a trio of World War I veterans (played by Gary Houston, Richard Marlatt and Richard Henzel) plotting to escape the confines of a military hospital. It was written by French playwright...
Aug. 24 2011
All titles and dates are subject to change. Please call the theaters or visit their websites for updates, locations and ticket prices
Spring, chicken!
Aug. 24 2011
The average guy is more likely to be attracted to “Barely Legal!” than “Almost Of Age To Retire To The Home.” This particular guy doesn’t seem to be average. Sure, he might...
Aug. 24 2011
Also taking the stage is Billiards Music, a Lansing band specializing in acoustic-dub music. The band has a West Coast, reggae-rock sound similar to Sublime. Billiards Music started as a solo project featuring...
A timeline
Aug. 18 2011
2001 CityPULSE is launched by publisher Berl Schwartz. “Its mission is to provide a journal of news and opinion on civic, social and political issues as well as arts and entertainment in Greater...
Aug. 18 2011
After six years of public service on the Ingham County Commission and almost 20 years in the Michigan Legislature, I came to the Mayor’s Office with the reputation of being a liberal Democrat
Aug. 18 2011
Plain and simple, working at City Pulse made me really fall in love with journalism
Aug. 18 2011
Dear City Pulse: I just wanted to drop you a quick line and wish you a happy 10th birthday
Aug. 18 2011
The very week I moved to East Lansing from Germany, my wife introduced me to this “great local weekly called City Pulse.”
Aug. 18 2011
I have had the unusual pleasure of working both with and for the City Pulse as an advertiser, writer and editor
Aug. 18 2011
I’ve only been pulled over for driving overworked once
Aug. 18 2011
As an alternative to the Board of Water and Light’s proposed new $1 billion coal plant, James Clift of the Michigan Environmental Council presents “Plan B,” a mix of natural gas and renewables
Aug. 18 2011
“Urrrgghhaalarrggg.” That’s the noise my brain would make inside my fat head as the City Council meeting reached hour No. 3 and one of them was - again - droning on about some inane issue...
Aug. 18 2011
Just a few nights ago, unable to sleep after midnight, I tuned into a rerun of A Few Good Men
Aug. 18 2011
What is the greatest contribution that City Pulse makes to local theater? Someone in local theater management would probably answer: previews of upcoming shows
Aug. 18 2011
Congratulations to the Lansing City Pulse on celebrating their 10th anniversary!
Aug. 18 2011
“Carpenters, plumbers, police officers, firefighters, autoworkers, retirees, teachers, college students, high school studentshave all congregated at the center of Michigan state government to say...
Aug. 18 2011
Since the City Pulse's first publication was released 10 years ago, I have become an avid fan, eagerly awaiting the publication of each issue!
Old Town turns into a miniature Broadway once more during the fourth annual Renegade Theatre Festival
Aug. 17 2011
Working under the loosely encompassing mission statement of providing “as much theater as possible in a short amount of time” for free, Badgero says Renegade answered a persistent question...
Ken Burns and Ken Beachler both get some attention during WKAR’s annual Fall Preview
Aug. 17 2011
WKAR will honor a local arts advocate and provide a look at its future programming during its third annual Fall Preview on Aug. 24

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