Sept. 24 2014
Tiger burning bright Peppermint Creek season opener presents humans as animals with better infrastructure In Rajiv Joseph’s play, “Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo,” Peppermint Creek...
Sept. 13 2014
Friday, Sept. 12 — The second iteration of Beerfest at the Ballpark drew hundreds of craft beer fans and curiosity seekers to Cooley Law School Stadium in downtown Lansing. This was the second Beerfest...
Aug. 20 2014
From sleepers to yawners, "Campfire" to "Cock," real-life stories to imaginary friends, the 2014 Renegade Theatre Festival didn´t just run the gamut, it pole-vaulted over it, Roto-tilled it and planted...
July 16 2014
1. Remy eat world Remy Mumby is currently greater Lansing’s most famous, and interesting, oddity. Mumby, 14, has posted over 100 YouTube videos in which he cheerfully samples exotic foods...
July 9 2014
Lansing’s booming rock scene has thrust several local bands into the national spotlight. Just look at Dominic John Davis: Last year he was rocking the Green Door, this year he performed on the Grammy...
July 9 2014
“The Earth began to cool/the autotrophs began to drool/Neanderthals developed tools/we built a wall, we built the pyramids/ Math, science, history/ unraveling the mysteries, That all started with...
June 25 2014
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25-SATURDAY, JUNE 28 >> LANSING BEER WEEK If you missed the first half of Lansing Beer Week, don’t worry — it’s still going strong with lots of events left. Tonight...
June 18 2014
On taps and apps Michigan craft beer scene gets digital by Allan I. Ross You’ve probably noticed the beer selection at your local tavern slowly transforming itself from the same labels...
June 11 2014
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11-SATURDAY, JUNE 14>> ‘WHAT I DID LAST SUMMER’ AT MSU SUMMER CIRCLE THEATRE The MSU Theatre Department starts its Summer Circle Theatre season this week with “What...
June 4 2014
2:30-7 p.m. Wednesdays, May-October 1619 E. Kalamazoo St., Lansing (517) 999-3911, allenmarketplace.org/farmers-market
May 28 2014
The lesson we learned this spring is that you can never underestimate public appetite for religiosity-soaked entertainment
April 16 2014
WEDNESDAY, ARPIL 16 >> SPARTANS AGAINST SLAVERY Human slavery is far from over, a fact that Lansing-based organization, Songs Against Slavery, wants to share. The group, which is dedicated to increasing...
April 9 2014
Reviewers are: David Barker, Lawrence Cosentino, Mary Cusack and Shawn Parker. “Valhalla” (64 min., directed by Nick Waggoner) A man lays spread-eagled on a sunbaked mesa. Modern life,...
March 12 2014
Wednesday, Mar. 12 — Delivery of the print version of this week's City Pulse has been delayed because of the weather. All locations will be delivered by Thursday. Meanwhile, the Digital Edition,...
Aug. 16 2013
Chrome Cat, 226 E. Grand River Thursday: 7 p.m. — “Awake & Sing,” Lansing Community College 9 p.m. — “True West” Ruhala Performing Arts Center Friday: 7 p.m. —...
June 25 2013
Allen Street Farmers Market 2:30-7 p.m. Wednesday, through October Corner of Kalamazoo Street and Allen Street, Lansing
March 20 2013
Earlier this year in what seemed like a logical step, Victoria, original owner and operator of SuCasa since 1974, turned the home behind the head shop into one of Lansing’s newest medical marijuana...
March 18 2013
Some 150 people attended the City Pulse/WLNS Top of the Town Awards Party at Perspective2 in Old Town Monday. Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero was on hand to accept his certificate as best politician in the...
March 18 2013
Made in Michigan Showcase5:30 p.m. Friday, April 15The Lansing Center, 333 E. Michigan Ave.$8 adults, $6 studentscapitalcityfilmfest.com
March 18 2013
Digital 10 Student Showcase #1Noon, Saturday, April 16Old Town Temple Club, 502 E. Grand River Ave.$5 all seats

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