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Eye Candy of the Week: 1146 S. Grand Ave, Lansing

Tucked into the corner of Grand Avenue and South Street in the River Point Neighborhood near REO Town, this 1922 gable-roofed Craftsman style home is a garden oasis with a single center dormer and a handsome front porch

City Pulse On the Air: Sept. 15: Vaping

As of Sept. 4, Gov. Whitmer banned the sales of electronic cigarettes, leaving some businesses and former cigarette smokers in disarray. As an extension of Dennis Burck’s full report in this week's City Pulse, this episode includes interviews with Ken Warner, co-founder of the University of Michigan Tobacco Research Network, and John Whaley, owner of A Clean Cigarette on Larch Street in Lansing.

Is Southeast Michigan the freshwater capital of the world?

Move over, Milwaukee. Butt out, Buffalo. You’re not the “freshwater capital of the world,” despite efforts to spruce up your waterfronts.  

Great Lakes make for great moods

A weekend spent on one of the Great Lakes is undeniably relaxing. New research confirms that living near one is good for your mental health. But the opposite could be true of small, inland lakes.

Favorite Things: MSU comic steward Randy Scott’s ‘Forgotten Sunday Comics’

One of the pleasures of being here is looking through these books for the first time. I actually do this about 20 times a day. My favorite thing right now is this “Forgotten Sunday Comics” collection.
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City Pulse July interview with Lansing Mayor Andy Schor

Development, a performing arts center, trash pickup, the new BWL plant and who should be the Democratic presidential nominee are some of the issues Lansing Mayor Andy Schor discussed with City Pulse’s editor and publisher Berl Schwartz in their monthly interview.
City Pulse Radio Podcast

City Pulse On the Air: Sept. 15: Vaping

As of Sept. 4, Gov. Whitmer banned the sales of electronic cigarettes, leaving some businesses and former cigarette smokers in disarray. As an extension of Dennis Burck’s full report in this week's City Pulse, this episode includes interviews with Ken Warner, co-founder of the University of Michigan Tobacco Research Network, and John Whaley, owner of A Clean Cigarette on Larch Street in Lansing.
Arts & Culture
Lansing City Pulse Top of the Town 2019 Winners
The tribe has spoken! And we’re back. This year’s Top of the Town contest pulled in 143,912 votes for the top three, …
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2019-2020 Greater Lansing Theater Schedule
Key:  AC — Andromeda Community Theatre cityofeastlansing.com/allofus, (517) 319-6957 AL — All-of-us Express …
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Rotary Park brings diverse crowd downtown
If the number of people milling, chilling, strolling and sitting atop downtown Lansing’s new riverfront perch, Rotary Park, last …
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Food
New in Town: Former manager of El Oasis goes brick and mortar
The greasy spoon diner vibes on the east side’s Michigan Avenue corridor came to an end in 2018 with the demolition of …
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Where Can I Find: Cheap Eats
As part of the Newcomers Issue, City Pulse compiled several lists under the title “Where Can I Find…” These lists …
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Where Can I Find: Coffee Shops
As part of the Newcomers Issue, City Pulse compiled several lists under the title “Where Can I Find…” These lists …
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