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On this edition of City Pulse On the Air, editor and publisher Berl Schwartz speaks with Mayor Andy Schor about the Red Cedar project, which will be approved or denied by city council with Tuesday’s vote.
With 420 approaching, “City Pulse on the Air” goes to pot for the entire show. Guests are Robin Schneider, executive director of the Michigan Cannabis Industry Association; Josh Hovey, the association’s communications director; and Thomas James, owner of Homegrown Cannabis Co., one of two fully licensed dispensaries in Lansing. Hosted by City Pulse editor and publisher Berl Schwartz.
On this edition of City Pulse Radio, editor and publisher Berl Schwartz speaks with Ingham Co. Asst. Prosecutor Angela Tripi. She’s aiding in a new program that deals with crimes against members of the queer community.
In this edition of City Pulse, arts editor Audrey Matusz interviews Dominic Cochran from Capital City Film Fest. The two discuss what's new for the festival, which kicks off on April 11.  Digital editor Skyler Ashley interviews Ryan Claytor, co-author of "Coin-Op Carnival." Claytor talks about the work that went into the book and the tour that stops in East Lansing at Abrams Planetarium on April 14. 
Video Interviews
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor defends his efforts to bring diversity to city jobs after correcting a hiring policy that resulted in an all male and almost all white Class of 2018 firefighters. He explains his 527 account that seeks contributions for non-political activities. And he breaks down how the Red Cedar project will be financed without taxing the public.
In this month's interview with Lansing Mayor Andy Schor, staff writer Kyle Kaminski dissects this year's State of the City address.
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor sits down with City Pulse’s Berl Schwartz for their first interview of the new year. The mayor discloses a new willingness to consider multiple locations for city offices as he pursues ways to move government out of City Hall so it can be sold to a developer.
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor sat down with City Pulse editor and publisher Berl Schwartz for one last interview of the year at Message Makers’ studio in Old Town. Recreational marijuana, the future of City Hall and how the Schor family celebrates the holidays were among the topics.
Where does Mayor Schor stand on allowing dispensaries to sell recreational marijuana? What’s next on court consolidation? And what kind of sculpture should be placed in the traffic circle at Washing

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