Jan. 10 2014
Friday, Jan. 10 — With a major plowing effort to take place over the next 48 hours, the city of Lansing is asking residents to keep parked cars off neighborhood streets until its finished
Jan. 9 2014
Last week we asked you to share your stories on the year-end power outage caused by Winter Storm Gemini. We had an abundance of submissions and nowhere near enough space to run them all. Here are a few...
Jan. 9 2014
THURSDAY-SUNDAY, JAN. 9-12 & THURSDAY-SUNDAY, JAN. 16-19 >> “12 Angry Men” at Riverwalk Theater The classic drama takes you behind the closed doors of a deadlocked jury. What seems...
Jan. 8 2014
Wednesday, Jan. 8 — Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero today asked the Michigan Public Service Commission for help in conducting an “independent review” of the Board of Water and Light’s...
Jan. 2 2014
Readers shared their thoughts on City Pulse’s Facebook page over the past week. Here’ what they had to say
Jan. 2 2014
People of Lansing and other communities served by the Board of Water and Light deserve vastly better service than they received in the aftermath of the December ice storm. They should demand an outside...
Jan. 2 2014
FRIDAY, JAN. 3 >> FOLK-A-PUNK-O-LYPSE Rock louder, dirtier and faster at The Loft. Four Michigan bands will cover a variety of rock genres, including Celtic, Americana, punk and folk. Headlining...
Jan. 2 2014
Lisa Stuecher Age: 27 • Shepard Street • Lansing A positive story: It was a silver lining for my boyfriend’s restaurant. The records showed it would be dead slow during those...
Dec. 26 2013
Thursday, Dec. 26 — Again this year we celebrate the lives of departed friends and neighbors. City Pulse’s annual top 10 list of those who died include an East Lansing fireman and emergency...
Dec. 26 2013
A selection of Lansing-area New Year’s Eve events, for Tuesday, Dec. 31: The Avenue Café Featuring the music of Root Doctor. Dinner package includes a five-course dinner at 7 p.m. with...
Dec. 26 2013
Thursday, Dec. 26 — The Lansing City Council has called a special meeting for Monday night to hear various presentations on the ice storm that’s left tens of thousands of greater Lansing residents...
Dec. 20 2013
THURSDAY, DEC. 19 >> TEASE-O-RAMA If you haven’t been naughty enough this year, there’s one more chance to be. Spiral Video and Dance Bar will tease the audience with burlesque dancers...
Dec. 19 2013
Deborah Diesen Grand Ledge-based children’s author For every child on the planet: • Health, safety, and stability. • Lots and lots of love. • A really good book! If the genie...
Dec. 18 2013
Wednesday, Dec. 18 — It’s an ordinary question that’s capable of the most extraordinary responses: What would you do with three wishes? City Pulse asks local politicians, entertainers...
Dec. 18 2013
(Senate Minority Leader Gretchen Whitmer, D-East Lansing, attacked new abortion legislation in a floor speech excerpted here. Both houses approved the measure.)
Dec. 18 2013
“Unfortunately,” says Ingham County Treasurer Eric Schertzing, the number of foreclosures isn’t improving in greater Lansing. “The level of foreclosure activity looks to stay quite...
Dec. 18 2013
Wednesday, Dec. 18 — Village Summit, a community center located just east of Lansing’s Moores Park Neighborhood, has launched a fundraising project to keep its doors open. The effort received...
Dec. 12 2013
Thursday, Dec. 12— If you’ve ever wanted to own a brewery, here’s your chance. A brewery and whiskey distillery has set its sights on Lansing’s east side, and the co-founders are...
Dec. 11 2013
Wednesday, Dec. 11 — Prolific author and Michigan native Jim Harrison talks with City Pulse's Bill Castanier in the lead up to Harrison's 76th birthday party in Arizona. Harrison and friends discuss...
Dec. 11 2013
Wednesday, Dec. 11 — The Meridian Township Board of Trustees has approved plans by Texas-based high-end grocer Whole Foods to open its first location in greater Lansing in 2015

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