Oct. 21 2015
Mistrust of city government over economic development remains the No. 1 issue in East Lansing, where nearly half of residents opposed a ballot proposal in May to lower the bar for selling public property
Oct. 14 2015
Zombies and pumpkins and witches, oh my!
Oct. 14 2015
City Pulse's City of Lansing endorsements: For Dievendorf, Hussain and Washington
Oct. 13 2015
TUESDAY, Oct. 13 — An Ingham County Health Department proposal would ban e-cigarette sales to minors and require vendors to obtain a tobacco license to sell them to anyone else starting next year
Oct. 1 2015
THURSDAY, Oct. 1 — Plaidurday, the self-proclaimed “worldwide celebration of plaid,” celebrates its fourth anniversary tomorrow. Started in 2011 by MSU alum and then Lansing resident...
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. 24 2015
THURSDAY, SEPT. 24 — Creativity and conservation are coming together in Williamston thanks to the Peculiar Perspectives art gallery and its new line of paper products from the Mr. Ellie Pooh company
Sept. 23 2015
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23 — The Lansing Regional Chamber’s recognized some of the community’s rising stars last night with its ninth annual 10 Over The Next Ten awards at MSU’s University...
Sept. 23 2015
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23 — Attention Lansing foodies: Old Town pizza hotspot Cosmos, sister restaurant to Zoobie’s tavern, will unveil its fall menu at 5 p.m. today
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. 2 2015
A quick look at Greater Lansing's higher education institutions. Statistics compiled by Brooke Kansier, design by Nikki Nicolaou
Sept. 2 2015
Despite rainy weather, hundreds of members of the LGBT community and their friends and family gathered at the Capitol on Saturday for the annual Michigan Pride rally. Afterward, some stayed around for...
Aug. 26 2015
Friends Supporters of full civil rights and equality for the community. Frenemies Frenemies talk the talk but the walk is wobbly at best. Enemies Enemies are people and institutions...
Aug. 19 2015
The last man on earth (with a flip phone) By Ty Forquer Smartphones are everywhere. From children barely old enough to eat solid food to elderly folks too old to eat solid food, it seems like...
Aug. 5 2015
With one of the world’s top guitarists in two wildly different gigs, the Midwest’s hottest B-3 organ burner, big bands, singers and a slew of styles from straight ahead to Latin to electronica,...

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