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June 19 2018
The 3rd Annual City Pulse LGBTQ Inclusion Awards. Seven community members and Williamston Community Schools are awarded for their outstanding LGBTQ activism. June is pride month and Lansing is all about...
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June 15 2018
The latest City Pulse Radio show. Berl Schwartz interviews congressional candidate Elissa Slotkin and Skyler Ashley reports on the City Pulse Inclusion Awards. Listen to City Pulse Radio every Saturda
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June 11 2018
City Pulse's monthly interview series with Mayor Andy Schor continues with this June edition
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June 8 2018
The latest City Pulse Radio show. Mike Brand of the Wharton Center for Performing Arts talks about the Tony Awards and MSU trustee Joel Ferguson shares his memories of Robert F. Kennedy. Listen to Cit
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June 1 2018
Listen to the latest City Pulse Radio show featuring interviews with Joel Ferguson and the Slow Poisoner. You can listen to City Pulse Radio live every Saturday at 10:30 a.m. on the Impact, 88.9 FM.&l
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May 18 2018
Listen to the latest City Pulse Radio show featuring Todd Heywood's reporting on Michigan's gubernatorial race. You can listen to City Pulse Radio live every Saturday at 10:30 a.m. on the Impact, 88
May 8 2018
TUESDAY, May 8 — The Margarita Fest field is shaping up with the addition of five more mid-Michigan establishments that will compete for best margarita on June 1
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May 7 2018
City Pulse editor and publisher Berl Schwartz's latest interview with Lansing Mayor Andy Schor
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May 4 2018
City Pulse Radio's May 5 Show. Featuring interviews with the Wharton Center's executive director Mike Brand, Stephen Esquith — MSU's Residential College of Arts in the Humanities dean, and Todd Heywood's...
April 27 2018
Listen to a playlist of City Pulse Radio shows that aired April, 2018
April 11 2018
Listen to a playlist of the City Pulse Radio shows that aired March, 2018
April 5 2018
Lansing’s long running Common Ground Music Festival made another lineup announcement Thursday, its biggest names including Michigan native BØRNS and the rock group Judah & the Lion
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April 4 2018
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor calls his first proposed budget “good news” because it allows for adding jobs and spending $700,000 on roads and sidewalks, among other goals
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March 1 2018
Which one of our bad roads get fixed and when? How do we fix the long-term deficit? Whither the arts? Those are just some of the issues that Lansing’s new mayor, Andy Schor, addresses in an ex
Feb. 19 2018
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Jan. 15 2018
When President Lou Anna Simon spoke at the Rotary Club of Lansing on Friday, she spent her time painting the broad picture of campus issues and achievements
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Nov. 8 2017
Courtesy Photo WEDNESDAY, Nov. 8 — State Rep. Andy Schor was elected mayor of Lansing on Tuesday by a landslide margin: 72 percent to 28 percent for City Councilwoman Judi Brown Clarke. W
Oct. 26 2017
MARY GAUTHIER AT PUMP HOUSE. The talents of Mary Gauthier will be filling the Pump House on October 26th. Gauthier is an American folk singer-songwriter who was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. A
Oct. 24 2017
Courtesy Photo If you’re a fan of “Welcome to Night Vale” but you thought the universe was reserved exclusively to its twice-monthly podcast, you’re dead wrong. And, you’re...
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Oct. 20 2017
FRIDAY, Oct. 20 — Lansing’s new medical marijuana ordinance has taken effect after City Clerk Chris Swope ruled against a petition drive to put it on the ballot. Swope found too few valid signature