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Michigan History Museum flips the script with new exhibit

The everyday objects stored in closets, basements and thrift stores across Michigan have a story to tell that’s more interesting than meets the eye. For its new exhibit, "The Secret Lives of Michigan Objects," the Michigan History Museum highlights the lesser known tales of household items until May 2020.

Ominous warning in Owosso Community Player's 'Cabaret'

Perhaps you vaguely recall the 1972 movie version of “Cabaret,” which featured a dazzling Liza Minelli as Sally Bowles.

Sparrow Mobile Health Clinic taking patients Friday

A large Sparrow coach bus will be parked outside of Advent House Ministries Friday at 1:30 p.m. The public can line up for free, basic health services and screenings. It is advised that patients with Medicaid/Medicare or other insurance bring their membership card, but is not required.

Turn it Down: Rod Melancon and Fareed Haque

Rod Melancon’s “Road to Pinkville” 2019 tour spans the United States and stops in Lansing June 27. Opening the show, a part of the “Country-ish” concert series at The Loft, is Evan Bartels.

Favorite Things: Caitlin Woudstra and the Mo’s Barber Shop neon sign

My interest in neon started once I started to document them on Instagram. I was always attracted to bright colors and the aesthetics of it. I wish I could live in a more colorful ‘80s and ‘90s world and really love how the old malls really went crazy with neon to decorate.
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City Pulse on TV

City Pulse June interview with Lansing Mayor Andy Schor

Lansing Mayor Andy Schor sits down with City Pulse editor and publisher Berl Schwartz for their monthly interview.
City Pulse Radio Podcast

Why Congresswoman Elissa Slotkin supports gay rights

How did Congresswoman Elissa Slotkin, a Democrat from very Republican Holly, Michigan, on the other end of our congressional district, become an ally? For her, it was personal. Here’s what she told City Pulse editor and publisher Berl Schwartz.
Arts & Culture
Don’t dare duck out: Jam-packed Summer Solstice Jazz Festival pulls out the stops
A hit of Trinidad and Tobago, a cruise across Cuba, a dip to Detroit and just about every good thing MSU’s jazz program has to …
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Peace Pole unveiled in Lansing for World Refugee Awareness week  
WEDNESDAY, June 19 — The Forest Community Health Center in association with St. Vincent Catholic Charities unveiled a peace pole …
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Parade led by Nessel kicks off Michigan Pride
SATURDAY, June 15 – The rainbow came on a rainy day as a multicolored crowd formed in Adado Riverfront Park for the Michigan …
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Tannin open on Michigan Avenue
WEDNESDAY, June 19 — Traditional freshly made pasta meets modern American tastes at Tannin. After an eight-month hiatus, the …
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Happening now: Strawberry Festival at Allen Farmers Market
WEDNESDAY, June 19 — Strawberry limeade, strawberry baked goods and even strawberry tattoos are featured at Allen Farmers …
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2019 Greater Lansing Farmers Market Guide
Here is an updated list of farmers market across Greater Lansing. Use the key to see what's available at the market, and what benefits …
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