May 24 2017
I was driving through my neighborhood when I saw it. More reliable than the robin, more trustworthy than the tulips, the orange glow of traffic cones is the sure sign of summer in Michigan. All over the...
May 24 2017
City Pulse's schedule of summer theater events
May 15 2017
This week City Pulse Arts and Culture Editor Ty Forquer interviews Spencer Fox, guitarist for rock band Charly Bliss. Producer and contributor Eve Kucharski then speaks with Ben Hassenger about Mighty...
May 10 2017
"Groovin'," by Dennis Preston, graced the Aug. 10 cover for last year's Summer of Art After a successful inaugural year, City Pulse and the Arts Council of Greater Lansing are teaming up once
May 10 2017
The Final Five round of the 2017 City Pulse/Fox 47 Top of the Town contest is off and running! Over 11,000 participants voted in the first round, nominating nearly 7,000 of Greater Lansing’s
May 6 2017
Publisher of the Lansing City Pulse Berl Schwartz, discusses legalizing recreational marijuana with Josh Hovey, the spokesman for the Coalition to Regulate Marijuana like Alcohol, as well as Jeff I
April 29 2017
Publisher of the Lansing City Pulse, Berl Schwartz, sits down with Rodd Monts, a field organizer for the ACLU of Michigan about the event “A Day Without Immigrants and their Friends.” Then
April 27 2017
Common Ground Music Festival announced this morning that Shinedown will fill its remaining headliner slot, taking the stage July 8. Post-grunge rockers LiVE will also perform that evening
April 21 2017
Publisher of the Lansing City Pulse Berl Schwartz sits down with Jeff Irwin to speak about the legalization of recreational marijuana
April 19 2017
Only a few defied the ruling — and nothing happened to them in Lansing, thanks to the progressive position of the Bernero administration. Gradually, old owners reopened and new ones came along until...
April 19 2017
“The Bodyguard” — Oct. 17-22 “An American in Paris” — Nov. 14-19 “Finding Neverland” — Dec. 12-17 “Waitress” — Jan. 23-28 “On...
April 18 2017
From labor unrest to hot-button political fights, two free programs sponsored by the Historical Society of Greater Lansing this week offer fascinating dives into Lansing and Michigan history
April 15 2017
On this week's episode, Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero talks about his views on calling Lansing a Sanctuary City. Also, organizers of different Grassroots organizations talk about why they want to grab M
April 13 2017
THURSDAY, April 13 — Last week, Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero appeared on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight” to defend Lansing’s sanctuary city declaration in a heated exchange...
April 12 2017
It seems like winter may (finally) be headed back into hibernation, and the cabin fever crazed kids of mid-Michigan are ready to get outside and soak up the sun. Summer camp season is just around the corner,...
April 8 2017
Sen. Curtis Hertel Jr. and Sen. Rick Jones discuss the decision on being a Sanctuary City. Tim Daman discusses the joint letter asking the city counsel to remove the words "Sanctuary City" from its
April 5 2017
Kressler’s jazz style is limpid, lyrical and loose, peppered by prickly prods and arpeggios and an occasional foray into song. He has been a mainstay of the mid-Michigan jazz scene, and the music...
April 5 2017
Happy hump day. After work, celebrate. You're closer to the weekend than you were this morning, my friend, and what better way to celebrate than with wine?! Head over to UrbanBeat at 1213 Turner
April 4 2017
Happy Tuesday. Spring is in the air, and with spring comes gardening. Whether you're blessed with the green thumb or you're like me and kill every plant you've ever owned, this free, Gardening
April 3 2017
Monday's are hard. No matter what your fitness or energy level might be today, instead of reaching for the coffee, Yoga might be the best way to start your week. Proven to "increase strength, awaren

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