Dec. 17 2014
$20 million project planned for old YMCA site A $20 million mixed-use project, “Metro Place,” will be developed at the site of the long-vacant YMCA building on Townsend Street, adjacent to...
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. 10 2014
BWL activates equipment to reduce mercury emissions The Lansing Board of Water & Light has finally activated equipment it installed in 2007 that will reduce mercury emissions at the Erickson Power Plant....
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
Dec. 3 2014
A permanent road funding formula that injects another $1.3 billion into Michigan´s transportation network is topping this month´s lame duck session with Gov. Rick Snyder´s chief lobbyist...
Nov. 19 2014
Avoid shoveling your snow twice To avoid reshoveling after the snow plow has come down your street, the County Road Association of Michigan suggests clearing an area before your driveway large enough...
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...
Nov. 12 2014
Disabled and elderly disagree with snow removal amendments A handful of residents spoke out against a proposed amendment to the city’s snow removal ordinance that would expedite the clearing of...
Nov. 4 2014
TUESDAY, NOV. 4 — Here are the candidates City Pulse endorsed in its Election Preview Issue on Oct. 29, which is available at www.lansingcitypulse.com
Oct. 29 2014
FOR GOVERNOR:MARK SCHAUER As it turns out, Gov. Rick Snyder´s “reinvention of Michigan” schtick in 2010 meant relentlessly positive action for business interests. It would be...
Oct. 29 2014
All Michigan voters are picking their state representatives and senators Nov. 4, but the epicenter for competitive races locally is in Delta Township. Ingham County Register of Deeds Curtis Hertel, Jr.,...
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. 29 2014
Now that Batman and Superman have returned to their respective secret hideouts, East Lansing residents who’d gotten starry-eyed about being part of a blockbuster cinematic universe are suffering...
Oct. 29 2014
Halloween won’t fall on a Friday again until 2025, and who knows — by then an actual zombie apocalypse could turn every day into Halloween. If you’re still looking for something to do...
Oct. 22 2014
In this, the first-ever City Pulse Bar Issue, we have compiled a handy primer for Lansing-area socialites looking to get more out of their bar-going experiences and maybe learn a little bit more about...
Oct. 22 2014
'Family Manhattans' When I was growing up, as my dad would finish his special drink he would give me the bourbon-soaked maraschino cherries from his lowball glass. My mom scolded him every...
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. 15 2014
Don’t let the dogs out Lansing Board of Water & Light wants to read your meters without Fido around. Every year there “a few” dog bites suffered by meter readers, according to Steve...
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

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