April 19 2017
Michigan-folk troubadours Mike Vial and Jen Sygit share a double bill Thursday at the Robin Theatre. Vial is celebrating the release of his fourth disc, “A World That’s Bigger
Weekend festivities expand to three neighborhoods
Aug. 24 2016
This year, MI Pride weekend, once held entirely within the friendly confines of Old Town, will expand to include three neighborhoods: Old Town, downtown and REO Town. The festivities begin Friday in Old...
Aug. 17 2016
Austen Helvey started working for the Lansing Board of Water and Light as a journeyman lineman three weeks ago. Six days after the ice storm hit Lansing, he and three other crew members had “turned”...
Aug. 17 2016
To be clear, the three buck lunch is not on the menu. It’s the name I gave to my favorite lunch combination from the Michigan Avenue pizza joint. The three buck lunch comprises three $1 items: a...
Cadillac Three rolls a flatcar of Southern rock to Taste of Country festival
June 8 2016
The Cadillac Three rolls into the stadium Saturday for the second annual Taste of Country Festival. Last year’s inaugural festival featured headliner Dierks Bentley, who, coincidentally, returns...
April 20 2016
Here’s what’s up: City Pulse and the Arts Council of Greater Lansing are cosponsoring this project. If an artist’s work is selected for the cover, the artist agrees to give the work to...
LCC production selected for Kennedy Center Festival
Dec. 23 2015
Lansing Community College’s theater program may be small — its website lists just two full-time faculty — but it will have an opportunity next month to prove it can hang with the big...
Opinion
Nov. 26 2014
It’s been a few hours since St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch announced that Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson would not be indicted for shooting and killing Michael Brown this summer. I’m...
Wednesday, April 1
April 1 2015
Nearly three years ago, Chris Mann stood under the bright lights as a finalist on NBC’s “The Voice.” Tonight, Mann will lurk in the shadows of the Wharton Center as the phantom in a gritty,...
Saturday, May 23
May 20 2015
Ixion Theatre is preparing for its upcoming premiere of "Mother’s Nature," a collection of three original one-act plays penned by Lansing writers. The womencentric theme will be portrayed through...
A survey of Lansing's musical landscape
July 16 2014
The Early November goes acoustic at Mac´s - Friday, July 25. Since it formed in 1999, The Early November has released three EPs and three LPs, on labels like MCA, Drive-Thru, and most recently...
A survey of Lansing's musical landscape
Aug. 7 2013
Diana Krall at Wharton Jazz pianist and singer Diana Krall has had eight albums debut at the top of the Billboard Jazz Albums chart and has sold more than 15 million albums worldwide. The two time Grammy...
May 21 2014
The starter pistol fired for the two-round contest on March 19. The first heat consisted of a nomination round, for which any individual, business or location could be entered on the City Pulse website...
Dec. 26 2013
He shoots, he scores! Nobody with a serious chance of winning was willing to challenge Virg Bernero’s quest for a third term, leaving the mayor free to work towards a less contentious City Council....
Pulsar awards move to August, add three months of productions
Aug. 13 2013
Those highfalutin entertainment award shows like to front-end the year with all their red carpet razzle-dazzle, but where does that leave award-season junkies the rest of the year? To accommodate your...
A survey of Lansing's musical landscape
Nov. 28 2013
Still Angsty Tour at (SCENE) Metrospace - Wed. Dec 4th Three indie acts from across the map perform Dec. 4 at (SCENE) Metrospace. The package show, dubbed “All Grown Up, Still Angsty Tour,”...
Let’s face it: For many of us in greater Lansing, the past three weeks have sucked.
Jan. 15 2014
Our publicly owned utility was turned on its head following the Dec. 21 ice storm that for some knocked power out for upwards of 11 days. We saw the Board of Water and Light’s inadequacies, and we...
Ice storm 2013: Anger, an apology and a promise to determine what went so wrong
Jan. 2 2014
Frustrated, angered and disheartened Board of Water and Light customers had their three minutes Monday night to face those responsible for the utility’s handling of a nine-day old ice storm that...
Some Moores Park residents saddened by St. Casimir’s plans to demolish its 85-year-old convent. Also, saving what’s left in three LCC houses downtown.
Dec. 11 2013
St. Casimir Parish Community is set to demolish an 85-year-old convent at the church’s Moores Park Neighborhood campus. To the disappointment of some neighbors who want to see it preserved, the building...
July 24 2013
The battle for control of City Hall, and the split it has created in Lansing's political and organized labor hierarchies, has become one of the harder-to-decipher political stories of the year. And it...

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