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Sept. 18 2017
Have you heard about the recent spike in self-care? It is taking millennials by storm and according to Pew Research Center, more millennials are taking steps to commit to self-improvement than a
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Sept. 16 2017
It’s a rarity that exercise helps both you and someone else, but at the 2017 Lansing Heart Walk, sponsored by the American Heart Association, it’s possible. Hosted by the Lansing Lugnuts bas
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Sept. 14 2017
Interested in learning about different forms of medicine? Willow Stick Ceremonies is one place to learn about them. Head over tonight, and all your questions will be answered about homeopathy
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Sept. 13 2017
If you’ve been looking for a way to enjoy reading with your toddler but haven’t found a way to keep them invested in the story, maybe Bookworms at the Broad can help! The program is designed...
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Sept. 12 2017
Ever been interested in learning a new skill? Why not dance? One of the most sensual dances in all of ballroom dance is the rhumba. The dance itself has both Spanish and African elements, but it
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Sept. 11 2017
Forever imprinted in the minds of the American public, the date 9/11 holds specific meaning for many. A unique way to pay respects to the many fallen in the attacks 16 years ago is to head over
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Sept. 8 2017
Interested in a little situational comedy? Why not try the 1953 classic, “Moon Over Buffalo?” The comedic play by Ken Ludwig was made especially famous when Carol Burnett was part of the cas
Sept. 7 2017
Events must be entered through the calendar at lansingcitypulse.com. Deadline is 5 p.m. Wednesdays for the following week’s issue. Charges may apply for paid events to appear in print. If you need...
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Sept. 7 2017
If it’s a festival you’re looking for, you can stop with Charlotte’s Frontier Days. The nearly 50-year-old tradition has fun for all ages, including a parade, bingo, a car show, arts...
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Sept. 6 2017
Do you ever get overwhelmed by all the options on your phone? Especially on Apple devices, phones come with a set of at least a dozen built-in applications. Sometimes, it’s tricky to know whic
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Sept. 5 2017
“RECOUNT” BY CINDI FORD Often artists choose to focus on a specific medium, but that isn’t so in Cindi Ford’s case. In her brand-new exhibit, “Recount,”...
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Sept. 4 2017
It’s one thing to imagine the human form and then put pencil to paper, but it’s another to see it directly. According to an article from the BBC, using a nude model as reference is beneficia
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Sept. 2 2017
Though modern art might conjure up imagery of refined adults, the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University has partnered with Farm Bureau Insurance to change that perception. The m
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Sept. 1 2017
If you are interested in a world class classical performance, look no further than performers Jan Eberle and Ralph Votapek. From Lisbon to St. Petersburg to now East Lansing, Ralph Votapek is a
Aug. 31 2017
Conscience of the Human Spirit: The Life of Nelson Mandela
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Aug. 31 2017
For those close to someone with a mental illness, sometimes the situation can be tough. One way to help is through NAMI. NAMI stands for the National Alliance on Mental Illness. This is the nation's
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Aug. 29 2017
Ever wanted to learn more about beer from Short’s Brewing Co., but didn’t have time to make the three-hour drive up north? Not to worry, the State Room restaurant in the Kellogg Hotel &
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Aug. 29 2017
Though the City Pulse Pulsar Awards just happened, it doesn’t mean that you have to give up your love of theatre. Why not audition for a play? Lansing Community College is hosting auditions fo
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Aug. 28 2017
Monday, June 26 marked the 20-year mark for the release of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone,” the first of the multi-book series. Since being published, the book has started...
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Aug. 27 2017
Interested in meeting the man behind the blockbuster hit “Lion?” Saroo Brierley is the author of “A Long Way Home,” a memoir which tells the story of his separation with his biological...