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Voters age 18-29 made up 6.77 percent of the universe of voting Michiganders on Aug. 7, a higher percentage than Michigan has seen since at least 1998. But it’s the raw numbers of voters that struck...
The next time you take a drink of tap water, brush your teeth or take a bath, think of the residents of Flint and Mona Hanna-Attisha, the crusading pediatrician who established the definitive link between...

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An Outdoor Recreation Legacy Partnership grant could fund just shy of half the cost to begin the first phase of renovations, easing the financial weight of the city’s first steps into the multi-million...
A newly appointed “affordable housing expert” will take the reins at the Lansing Housing Commission following the recent resignation of Executive Director Martell Armstrong, according to city...
TUESDAY, Aug. 21 — Citing campaign finance allegations, Lansing Mayor Andy Schor has withdrawn his reappointment nomination of Dennis Louney to the board of the Lansing Boar

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September interview with Mayor Andy Schor
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor says he’s unwilling to spend “millions” on temporarily relocating local courts and the police lockup, so that...
Tom Carr puts Michigan’s most malicious and dastardly residents in the spotlight in his new book, “MI Bad: Robbers, Cutthroats and Thieves...
The deafening roars at the end of Wharton Center’s opening show of “School of Rock” were equal to the noises heard at major rock concerts....
Proposal heads to City Council for final approval
A retail store for salvaged building materials could move into one of the more iconic historical sites in downtown Lansing. The plan only needs approval...
The 2003 modern-classic about a washed out rocker posing as a substitute teacher at a prep school gets revamped for a touring Broadway production with...
City Pulse editor and publisher Berl Schwartz speaks with Mike Stratton, an East Lansing mental health therapist and host of the long-running Sunday night...

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The time consuming process of slow cooking pork and brisket is the same, but Fidler’s tries to ease off on a heavy smoker flavor, Taylor said. “We compliment the flavor profile, rather than...
Sept. 13 2018
Wordly wines of 100 different varieties and an assortment of food, drinks and live music will invigorate downtown in this ninth annual event hosted by Downtown Lansing, Inc. Postponed fromits original...
Sept. 13 2018
The next time you take a drink of tap water, brush your teeth or take a bath, think of the residents of Flint and Mona Hanna-Attisha, the crusading pediatrician who established the definitive link between...
Sept. 13 2018

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As sushi becomes a culinary mainstay in the United States, new restaurants are able to further experiment with the potential for the raw succulent cuts of fish. Enter PokéLab, an East Lansing eatery...
Sept. 13 2018
The wine industry on the West Coast fits very well into this complicated narrative of America. Many pre-Prohibition settlers were Italian. So, go figure, when they wanted to plant vines, they would often...
Sept. 6 2018
Thapa said Himalayan cuisine also employs both rice and noodles equally, so the choice between the two is really up to the customer. He does not require his chefs to be intimately experienced with preparing...
Aug. 30 2018

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City Pulse editor and publisher Berl Schwartz speaks with Mike Stratton, an East Lansing mental health therapist and host of the long-running Sunday night jazz show Vinyl Side of Midnight on LCC’s...
Sept. 14 2018