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This Lansing hairstylist wants to give you a mullet 

The mullet. For Lansing hairstylist Ashley Medina, its meaning has been determined to be a bold declaration of the personal philosophies of the one who wears the cut. Perhaps more than any other haircut, it’s a style and a statement.   

Lansing’s co-housing options provide cheap community living

Lansing’s housing cooperatives and cohousing organizations provide reasonable rent with all utilities included, if you don’t mind cleaning dishes and doing chores around the house. With most rental spaces ranging around $400 a month with utilities, shared housing can be a means to save big bucks on the costs of living.

Thrifty sisters maneuver the city for cheap summer activities  

The secret to Sarah Hart and Olivia Rice’s bond is their mutual desire for adventure and cheap outings. Over the past three years, the two have become experts at finding inexpensive hangs with high degrees of wheelchair accessibility. 

Soldan's hosts frozen yogurt eating contest for dogs

Hounds, mutts and purebreds of all shapes and sizes will chow down on a frozen yogurt cup for the fourth annual Dog Fro-Yo Eating Contest at Soldan's Pet Supplies.

New Impression 5 exhibit highlights MSU’s Facility for Rare Isotope Beams

Impression 5 Science Center’s new exhibit puts nuclear science in the spotlight.
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City Pulse on TV

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 Aug. 11: Andy Schor, Asio Aviance and Christopher Wardell

On this edition of City Pulse On the Air, editor and publisher Berl Schwartz interviews Mayor Andy Schor about the wave of mass shootings and what it means to the Lansing community.
Arts & Culture
Infertility is not just a woman’s issue
According to the World Health Organization, infertility is “a disease of the reproductive system defined by the failure to …
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Song of the day: Rites of Gaia | 'Young Ones'
Rooted in Lansing’s DIY music culture, Rites of Gaia pays homage to down-in-the-ground punk rock. Frontman Rael …
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Turn it Down: Q&A with Low Graves vocalist Adam Burmeister
Low Graves  "Absence" EP release show Saturday, July 27 @ The Loft, 414 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing. All ages, $5, 6  …
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Canned wines suited for paradise
Summer is important for Michiganians. It’s a time for moonlight swims, making sandcastles with the children and iconic road …
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Hard seltzer claws its way into Lansing 
THURSDAY, Aug. 8 — Hard seltzer has dominated the competition to become this summer’s biggest drinking fad. While the …
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New in Town: Scratch kitchen Mexican eatery opens in Eastwood Towne Center
Before Cantina Eastwood even opened its doors, the restaurant competed against over a dozen Lansing restaurants for Margarita Fest …
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