July 6 2017
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July 6 2017
Tugga The Rapper 3:15-4 p.m. Diamond Jones 4:15-5 p.m. Waldo 6-6:45 p.m. Twista 8:15-9:15 p.m. Rosco P 11-11:45 p.m
June 29 2017
Events must be entered through the calendar at lansingcitypulse.com. Deadline is 5 p.m. Wednesdays for the following week’s issue. Charges may apply for paid events to appear in print. If you need...
June 29 2017
Delta Township celebrates an early Independence Day with their annual fireworks display in Sharp Park. Concessions will be available for purchase, and spectators are allowed to bring their own food, drink...
June 26 2017
This week on the show, Arts & Cultured Editor Eve Kucharski fills in for Publisher Berl Schwartz. First, she chats with Deanna Hurlbert, the Director of the LBGT Resource Center at Michigan State
June 21 2017
When the founders of Common Ground Music Festival announced a new festival launching Sept. 15 and 16 at Adado Riverfront Park, some feared that it would steal patrons from Michigan BluesFest, held the...
June 17 2017
This week, the show is dedicated to the second annual, City Pulse Inclusion Awards. City Pulse contributor Eve Kucharski speaks with each of the night's 9 honorees, and presents some of the night's speeches
June 15 2017
THURSDAY, June 15 — The mayoral debate scheduled for Wednesday night at Lansing Brewing Co. is being rescheduled because the Legislature may be session, preventing candidate Andy Schor from attendin
June 14 2017
Masked EDM performer marshmello was announced today as the headliner for the inaugural PRIME Music Festival. Also performing at the festival are influential hip-hop trio Migos and rapper Machine Gun Kelly
June 9 2017
This week, publisher of the Lansing City Pulse Berl Schwartz sits down to talk with Mike Brand, the executive director of the Michigan State University Wharton Center f
June 6 2017
Ten years ago, if you were caught drinking beer inside Horrocks Farm Market, you’d likely find yourself being shown the exit and probably facing an intervention back at home. Today, if you’re...
June 2 2017
Later in the show, the story of Jim Cash, a local man who turned his passion for wine cellars into a successful business. Then a review by Lansing City Pulse Publisher Berl Schwartz, of all
May 31 2017
After wrestling with this persistent problem from several angles, the nonprofit NorthWest Initiative is summoning a ghost from the streets of old Lansing for help. If all goes according to plan, a mobile...
May 30 2017
The Great Lakes Folk Festival released its 2017 music and dance lineup earlier today. Acts performing at the East Lansing festival range from Lansing’s own Heartland Klezmorim to Connla, a Celtic...
May 26 2017
This week, Contributor Todd Heywood speaks with Christin Harris and Michelle Paye, two close friends of Kevin Wirth, a local man who was brutally murdered. Heywood also speaks about the murder w
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