July 20 2013
Friday, July 19 — Despite opposition from Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero, the Lansing City Council will be asked Monday to consider pulling out of its Sister City program with St. Petersburg, Russia,...
July 18 2013
Wednesday, July 17 — Although the two organizations rarely agree on politics, the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce and the United Auto Workers Region 1-C are on the same page for the citywide...
July 18 2013
Thursday, July 18 — The Mark Schauer for Governor campaign has launched a petition drive asking why the Snyder administration outsourced the Pure Michigan travel guide to an Iowa publisher when it...
July 16 2013
Tuesday, July 16 — The Historical Society of Greater Lansing continues its Behind the Façade tours this weekend with “Church and State,” a look at some of downtown’s oldest...
July 8 2013
Monday, July 8 — The Lansing Beer Fest brought 34 craft beers from 14 different Michigan breweries to REO Town on June 29. It was the culmination of the second annual Lansing Beer Week, which was...
June 26 2013
Checking in on local personalities' taste in beer
June 26 2013
Michigan has over 140 brewpubs, microbreweries and meaderies — not to mention the hundreds of bars catering specifically to craft beer enthusiasts. Below is an abbreviated list of some of the establishments...
June 26 2013
After being shuttered for four years, Zoobie's Old Town Tavern re-opened June 17 with new owners, a retro look and a new concept, which relies heavily on craft beers and specialty cocktails
June 25 2013
Allen Street Farmers Market 2:30-7 p.m. Wednesday, through October Corner of Kalamazoo Street and Allen Street, Lansing
June 21 2013
Friday, June 21 — Winifred Olds, known as “the grande dame of Lansing theater,” died late Thursday after complications from surgery. She was 88.
June 19 2013
Food Finder listings are rotated each week based on space. If you have an update for the listings, please e-mail food@lansingcitypulse.com
June 14 2013
Friday, June 14 — Bar 30 in The Heights at Eastwood Towne Center will close after this weekend and reopen as a high-end steakhouse later this summer whose owners include a prominent local restaurateur
June 10 2013
Monday, June 10 — The New York Times made a return visit to East Lansing recently, visiting the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum about seven months after it opened in the fall, noting visitor traffic...
June 7 2013
Friday, June 7 — Michigan Pride hosts its annual White Party tonight at various venues around Lansing. The event is part of Pride Month, highlighting the causes of the LGBT community
June 6 2013
Thursday, June 6 — The 19th annual Be a Tourist in Your Own Town event went down on Saturday. City Pulse video intern Ian Siporin took his camera for a tour of some of the sights and scenes the program...
June 4 2013
Mid-Michigan has enough festivals, concerts, parties and car shows to keep you busy nearly every day this summer. Here's a list of the best of the season's activities
May 31 2013
Friday, May 31 — Mayor Virg Bernero invites you to strap on your walking shoes with him Saturday to take part in the 17th annual River Walk in Lansing
May 30 2013
Thursday, May 30 — Brian McGrain , whose absence Wednesday night resulted in a tie vote on the Michigan Flyer issue, said today he is up in the air on the controversy. “I don’t know,”...
May 29 2013
Gallery walk and other exhibitions
May 29 2013
Your guide to books, movies, music, art, theater and camping

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