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Oct. 1 2015
THURSDAY, Oct. 1 — four of the six candidates running for three seats on the East Lansing City Council responded to a questionnaire from East Lansing Citizens Concerned
Sept. 25 2015
FRIDAY, Sept. 25 — The Lansing School District will hold five public meetings starting Monday on a possible bond millage proposal to improve school buildings
Sept. 25 2015
FRIDAY, Sept. 25 — Incumbent First Ward Lansing City Councilwoman and challenger Shelley David Mielock are the guest on the “City Pulse Newsmakers” TV show, which airs at 7:30 tonight...
Sept. 23 2015
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 23 — Look for an announcement tomorrow that the long-shuttered Oliver Towers in downtown Lansing will be renovated into apartments and retail shops
Sept. 19 2015
Michigan BluesFestLive blues music on a balmy, late-summer evening — what could cure the blues better than that? Michigan BluesFest, formerly known as Old Town Blues Fest, is once again bringing...
Sept. 18 2015
Friday, Sept. 15 — A new event in Lansing is giving aspiring clothing designers a chance to go toe-to-toe with other local designers
Sept. 18 2015
The Ten Pound Fiddle opens its 41st season of concerts with Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Barbara Bailey Hutchison. The artist has performed her
Sept. 1 2015
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Dec. 10 2014
After a particularly long, cold winter like Lansing had last year, baby rates tend to spike the following year. Funny how nature works. That means a whole generation of ice storm babies are getting ready...
Dec. 10 2014
The 19th national tour for “Annie” makes its way to East Lansing next week, 37 years out from its debut on Broadway in 1977. Its origins go back further still if you consider the beloved Depressionera...
Dec. 5 2014
FRIDAY, Dec. 5 — Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero is against allowing bars to stay open an extra two hours until 4 a.m., as a bill working its way through the state Legislature would permit
Nov. 17 2014
Friday, Nov. 14 —The spokeswoman for "What's Going on in America," the comedy/spoken word show that was supposed to be held Saturday at Fahrenheit Ultra-Lounge on Lansing's south side, said the show...
Oct. 29 2014
Distrust is at the heart of opposition to East Lansing’s Park District ballot proposal. “This is a referendum on whether we trust the people in government who for the last decade has been...
Oct. 16 2014
Thursday, Oct. 16 — Congregation Kehillat Israel will hold a community forum on public education at 2 p.m. Sunday as part of the synagogue’s Committee on Social Justice project
Oct. 10 2014
Friday, Oct. 10 — A memorial for longtime Lansing community theater icon Addiann Hinds has been scheduled for 6 p.m. Sunday. Hinds died of lung cancer Sept. 22. She was 75
Sept. 22 2014
Monday, Sept. 22 — You can nominate an individual, business, organization, or official for the Art Council of Greater Lansing’s, Applause Awards. Nominees should show commitment along with...
Sept. 19 2014
Friday, Sept. 19 — “Buffalo,” the fourth feature film from Lansing filmmaker Michael McCallum, receives a special weeklong run at Celebration! Cinema starting Sunday
Aug. 6 2014
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 6 — Eric Schertzing may have found a slogan for his campaign for Congress: “I am a breath of fresh air.” That’s how he described himself today on City Pulse’s...
July 23 2014
WEDNESDAY, July 23 — Sixteen women led by Senate Minority Leader Gretchen Whitmer formally endorsed Ingham County Treasurer Eric Schertzing for Congress today on the steps of the Michigan Women’s...
July 14 2014
MONDAY, July 14 — The Lansing State Journal marked its move to a new press today by giving readers a smaller paper.

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