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Grosse Pointe author addresses her community's prejudice

The regulars at the Country Club of Detroit and longtime residents of Grosse Pointe might be surprised by the content of Carrie Cunningham’s debut book of essays.

City Pulse On the Air, Nov. 17: Mark Grebner, Digital Ethics

Why did voters turn out East Lansing City Councilman Erik Altmann and only re-elect Mark Meadows, the council-appointed mayor, by two votes?

Algae could kill invasive mussels

Scientists trying to control non-native mussels in the Great Lakes have come up with a new idea: kill them with the same destructive algae that sometimes blooms too much and threatens water quality. 

Fish can hear boat noises and the loud ones trouble their ears

Researchers found that fish can hear human-created, noises and that their ears are harmed by them.

Coffee drinkers willing to pay for more than taste

Connoisseurs of specialty coffees seem willing to pay a lot more for their cup of joe if they know the beans come from farmer cooperatives.
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City Pulse October, 2019 interview with Mayor Andy Schor
FRIDAY, Oct. 4 — Lansing Mayor Andy Schor expresses his concern about possibly losing the deal to replace City Hall with a …
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City Pulse On the Air, Nov. 17: Mark Grebner, Digital Ethics
Why did voters turn out East Lansing City Councilman Erik Altmann and only re-elect Mark Meadows, the council-appointed mayor, by two …
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City Pulse On the Air, Nov. 10: Brandon Betz, Amanda Grieshop and Anthony Edwards
City Pulse editor and publisher interviews Lansing City Council elect Brandon Betz about what it took to beat incumbent Jody …
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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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Co-Op asks community to drink beer, help give a kid a bike
Thursday, Nov. 14 — The Lansing Bike Co-Op is holding a fundraiser Tuesday at Ozone’s Brewhouse in Old Town. Patrons …
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Turn it Down: The Stick Arounds celebrate 10 years
Friday, Nov. 15 @ The Avenue Café, 2021 E. Michigan Ave, Lansing. 21+, FREE, 9 p.m. For the last decade, The Stick Arounds …
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Madame Rue’s holistic psychic fair entwines self-care and spirituality
THURSDAY, Nov. 14 — Need your aura checked? Have inexplicable body aches? Or maybe you just need help tuning out the chaos? …
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Food
Jersey Giant sets up shop on Lansing’s east side 
THURSDAY, Nov. 14 — Jersey Giant has new digs: Lansing’s eastside. Since replacing Subway earlier this month, …
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Bar prep with a purpose
Lansing bars will welcome new faces to the frontlines thanks to a zero-barrier, eight-week training program designed to equip industry …
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The best wine for Thanksgiving? Just drink what you like
Thanksgiving dinner means different things depending on what room you’re in. Chances are good that there’s a …
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Pho-midable mystery of the missing meat
Being on time is a trait I often cannot attribute to myself. However, when my friend visits home from New York City and texts me, …
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Okemos bar stops selling Founders amid racial discrimination lawsuit 
THURSDAY, Oct. 30 — What does a sports bar with a diverse set of employees do when a supplier is tied up in a racial …
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