Dec. 20 2013
THURSDAY, DEC. 19 >> TEASE-O-RAMA If you haven’t been naughty enough this year, there’s one more chance to be. Spiral Video and Dance Bar will tease the audience with burlesque dancers...
Dec. 19 2013
Deborah Diesen Grand Ledge-based children’s author For every child on the planet: • Health, safety, and stability. • Lots and lots of love. • A really good book! If the genie...
Dec. 18 2013
Wednesday, Dec. 18 — It’s an ordinary question that’s capable of the most extraordinary responses: What would you do with three wishes? City Pulse asks local politicians, entertainers...
Dec. 18 2013
(Senate Minority Leader Gretchen Whitmer, D-East Lansing, attacked new abortion legislation in a floor speech excerpted here. Both houses approved the measure.)
Dec. 18 2013
“Unfortunately,” says Ingham County Treasurer Eric Schertzing, the number of foreclosures isn’t improving in greater Lansing. “The level of foreclosure activity looks to stay quite...
Dec. 18 2013
Wednesday, Dec. 18 — Village Summit, a community center located just east of Lansing’s Moores Park Neighborhood, has launched a fundraising project to keep its doors open. The effort received...
Dec. 12 2013
Thursday, Dec. 12— If you’ve ever wanted to own a brewery, here’s your chance. A brewery and whiskey distillery has set its sights on Lansing’s east side, and the co-founders are...
Dec. 11 2013
Wednesday, Dec. 11 — Prolific author and Michigan native Jim Harrison talks with City Pulse's Bill Castanier in the lead up to Harrison's 76th birthday party in Arizona. Harrison and friends discuss...
Dec. 11 2013
Wednesday, Dec. 11 — The Meridian Township Board of Trustees has approved plans by Texas-based high-end grocer Whole Foods to open its first location in greater Lansing in 2015
Dec. 11 2013
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 11 >> East Lansing 2030: Collegeville Re-Envisioned This is the second part of a series of monthly presentations from urban designers, architects and landscape architects that offer...
Dec. 9 2013
Monday, Dec. 9 — On Dev. 24, 1913 in Calumet, Mich. — 100 years ago this month — a mining company was hosting a Christmas party while miners on strike with their families picketed...
Dec. 4 2013
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 4-SUNDAY, DEC. 8 >> “White Christmas” at Riverwalk The stage version of the 1954 holiday film classic featuring the music of Irving Berlin comes to Riverwalk for a two-week...
Dec. 4 2013
Wednesday, Dec. 4 — In this week's cover story, Lawrence Cosentino explores the future of East Lansing's Goodrich's Shop-Rite, which appears uncertain at best with redevelopment plans for Trowbridge...
Dec. 2 2013
Monday, Dec. 2 — Oh bother. The All-of-Us Express Children’s Theatre will hold auditions for kids aged 9-18 for its February production of “Winnie the Pooh.”
Nov. 27 2013
FRIDAY, NOV. 29 >> “The Nutcracker” at the Wharton Center The ballet classic is visiting the Wharton Center. The Lansing based Children’s Ballet Theatre of Michigan presents its...
Nov. 20 2013
FRIDAY, NOV. 22 >> MSU Opera Theatre presents “The Magic Flute” MSU’s Opera Theatre performs the classic tale of a prince’s quest to find his ladylove, Princess Pamina who...
Nov. 14 2013
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13 >> Ele’s Place Fall Reception The nonprofit group Ele’s Place helps children who are dealing with the loss of a family member. The special guest of honor at the 19th...
Nov. 13 2013
Cover story: ‘Faction Lansing’Judi Brown Clarke has been on the cover of Sports Illustrated, elected to multiple sports halls of fame and set world records. Last week, she was elected to the...
Nov. 6 2013
Cover story: The logistics of going local The national trend of “food hubs” linking local farmers with local stomachs is finally wriggling down the gullet of greater Lansing, writes Lawrence...
Nov. 6 2013
THURSDAY, NOV. 7 >> Greater Lansing Potter’s Guild Sale The Greater Lansing Potter’s Guild Sale offers work including mugs, jewelry and fine art, including both wheel-thrown and handmade...

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