March 6 2014
Thursday, March 6 — Developers of the $125 million Red Cedar Renaissance project on Lansing’s East Side are tapping the public for input on how they’d like to see the roughly 60-acre...
March 5 2014
Minnesota is a cold state, but it´s also a hotbed of choral music. Among the most spirited of the stateeuro;s many fine choral groups is the 43-voice St. Johneuro;s University Meneuro;s Chorus, making...
March 3 2014
Monday, March 3 — Calling all welders. The application process for the sixth Old Town Scrapfest started today. Interested heavy metal artists (we’re talking iron, steel and copper here, not...
Feb. 27 2014
Thursday, Feb. 27 — Editor’s note: This week’s Turn it Down in the print edition of City Pulse incorrectly listed the venue for this performance. It will be at Unitarian Universalist...
Feb. 26 2014
THURSDAY, FEB. 27 >> ‘Slavery to Freedom: An American Odyssey’ Speakers John Seigenthaler is an award-winning journalist/political aide who participated in the Freedom Rides and was...
Feb. 20 2014
Thursday, Feb. 20 — Apple, Inc. has applied to Lansing Township to open a store in Eastwood Towne Center
Feb. 19 2014
The first round of bands has been announced for this year’s Common Ground Music Festival. The 15th annual summer festival’s lineup includes ‘90s rap-reggae rockers 311, alt-rockers Brand...
Feb. 19 2014
THURSDAY, FEB. 20 >> Cry of Freedom/Ten Songs from Bulgaria Musician Lazlo Slomovits set music to the words of poet Linda Nemec Foster, who acquired her story from the images of the Bulgarian photographer...
Feb. 12 2014
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 12 >> Eisenhower Dance: Red, Hot And Blue The dancers from this Michigan-based contemporary dance company will tell stories of passion, humor and joy through the magic of dance....
Feb. 11 2014
Tuesday, Feb. 11 — Even though the project has been floated for over two years, developers and economic development officials are holding a “first thoughts” session Wednesday to gather...
Feb. 7 2014
Thursday, Feb. 6 — What’s love like through a bulletproof glass? That’s the question asked by the Detroit-made romantic comedy “Detroit Unleaded.” And if the answer is a little...
Feb. 7 2014
Friday, Feb. 7 — Organizers for the fourth annual Capital City Film Festival, the movie and music celebration returning to downtown Lansing April 10-13, announced its first set of musical acts today
Feb. 5 2014
THURSDAY, FEB. 6 >> ‘Slavery to Freedom: An American Odyssey’ Speakers Series Rochelle Riley is a busy woman. She’s a Detroit Free Press columnist, a blogger, an author and advocate...
Jan. 29 2014
THURSDAY, JAN. 30-SUNDAY, FEB. 2 >> “Big Love,” by Peppermint Creek Theatre Co. It’s common for women to be nervous on their wedding day, but the 50 brides at the heart of this...
Jan. 29 2014
Wednesday, Jan. 29 — The chairman of an independent panel reviewing the Lansing Board of Water and Light's December ice-storm response is encouraging not just ratepayers' experiences at public hearings...
Jan. 27 2014
Monday, Jan. 27 — It’s fun thinking about June these days. No more snow, no more ice, no more wind chill. Just lots of green on trees, screens in the open windows and top-rated Broadway musicals...
Jan. 22 2014
THURSDAY, JAN. 23-SUNDAY, FEB. 23 >> ´The Lion in Winter´ at Williamston Theatre Last month we lost Peter O’Toole, “the untamed lion of King Street” himself. He received...
Jan. 22 2014
Wednesday, Jan. 22 — On Monday, Lansing-bred band Steppin’ In It said goodbye to its regular Monday night gig at the Green Door on Lansing’s East Side. It capped off a 13-year run that...
Jan. 22 2014
Lovers travel from around the world to memorialize their feelings for each other at the Ponts des Arts bridge outside the Louvre Museum in Paris. Once there, they will inscribe a padlock with a message...
Jan. 15 2014
At a Jan. 7 public hearing, Patrick Hanes, BWL manager of electric transmission and distribution, told the BWL Board of Commissioners that the utility attempted to bring in as many line crews as it could...

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