July 20 2017
Art in the Wild hosts fundraiser for Montgomery Drain project Even though it might seem like art and science are polar opposites, sometimes they work in perfect harmony. That’s exactly the case...
July 20 2017
Unique art by MSU Faculty When looking through pictures there are always a few images that just don’t make the cut—the snapshots that aren’t worth printing out or sharing to family members...
July 20 2017
McLaren gives mental health nursing a boost at MSU Randolf Rasch, the dean of MSU’s College of Nursing, is glad that the current health care debate — ugly as it has been — is shining...
July 20 2017
The committee of 'yes'W3 works for women’s well-being Often, it’s gradual. First a strand or two. Then, there might be a clump on the pillow or in your hairbrush. Your scalp might feel tender....
July 20 2017
Local trainers dish on how to get fit 
Dropping a few pounds on a fad diet is one thing, having the willpower to stay fit is very different animal. City Pulse chatted with two local trainers and asked...
July 20 2017
Kari Holmes at The Loft Friday, July 21 @ The Loft, 414 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing. 18+, $12, $8 adv., 8 p.m. Kari Holmes, a Lansing native now recording out of Nashville, has created some buzz after...
July 20 2017
High-Tech Fitness: Pros and Cons of some of the industry's hottest productsWith all the new fitness technology advancements, it’s difficult to keep track of what’s out there and what actually...
July 20 2017
Theio’s Restaurant temporarily out of order For the first time in decades, the 41-year-old, 24-hour breakfast spot Theio’s Restaurant shut down on a day that wasn’t Christmas. Not...
July 20 2017
One ring found within the rubble, two strangers’ lives changed forever When Dylan Rogers stopped by at his friend’s new place, he didn’t expect it to be the first step in a quest of...
July 20 2017
Former Lansing man is son of Bobby Darin Aficionados of Lansing theater are likely to remember Sam Tallerico who took the acting scene by storm in the 1980s. Initially, coming to Lansing to work in...
July 20 2017
The owners of Knight Cap have sold the longtime downtown Lansing eatery. The father-and-son team of Leo and Gregory Farhat bought and renovated the restaurant in 2015. Allan I. Ross/City Pulse Two...
MSU hosts its own Maker Faire
July 19 2017
Prepare to reinvent your definition of the word “make.” The first Lansing Mini Maker Faire is this Thursday from 10 a.m. to noon at Michigan State University’s Main Library
Turner Street Outdoor Theater shows 80s classics
July 17 2017
Every summer, Lansing totes out its projectors and lawn chairs to fill downtown with the sounds of “Willy Wonka,” “Space Jam” and the like, for outdoor movie screenings. Since...
The Downeaster Theatre puts down roots in Old Town
July 13 2017
July 13 is the day that the Downeaster Theatre opens its doors for the beginning of auditions for its very first production. ­ Beginning at 7, adults can audition to be a p
July 13 2017
Courtesy On July 15, rain or shine, the 14th annual Ele’s Race will begin. Held at Jackson National Life Insurance Company headquarters, the 5-kilometer race is part of the Lansing Area Race Se
July 13 2017
Why Michigan wine makers are crafting bigger reds It’s only natural that historically, Michigan wine makers have focused on, and succeeded at, creating sweet, fruity wines. Fruits like peaches,...
July 13 2017
Robert Bradley at Charlie’s Bar & Grill Thursday, July 20 @ Charlies Bar & Grill, 136 N. Main St., Perry. 21+, $20, 9 p.m. Since the mid-’90s, raspy-voiced vocalist Robert Bradley has...
July 13 2017
East Lansing wine cellar maker aims to be best One of the toughest jobs James Cash ever took on was in Grand Rapids. The basement of the historical house was damp, dark and cold. Apart from its concrete...
July 13 2017
Industry professionals talk Michigan wine The Michigan wine industry has created space for producers and growers over the years, beneficial to all of us, especially considering the detailed work...
July 13 2017
July 14 & 15 The word "scrapyard" brings to mind rusted-out hulls of gas-guzzling Cadillacs and swaying pillars of sheet metal, piled up in an eerie lot. But Old Town’s ScrapFest turns this image...