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Coronavirus updates: Greater Lansing restaurant listings

As a public service, City Pulse is compiling a list of restaurants that are open for carryout and delivery.

Community Foundation establishes $1 million matching grant to fight COVID-19

The Capital Region Community Foundation announced tonight it will use $1 million to match new donations to human services agencies to cope with the coronavirus pandemic.

Death toll climbs to 184 with nearly 6.5K COVID-19 cases in Michigan

At least 184 have died from coronavirus in Michigan as the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases statewide jumped more than 1,000 to nearly 6,500 earlier today.

Coping With Quarantine: Promoter and thrift store owner Tiesha King

Tiesha King, 46, of Lansing, is the owner of an entertainment company, Dark Art of Michigan, and a thrift shop in REO Town Marketplace, Thrift Witch.

More than 5,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Michigan; Death toll at 132

At least 132 people are now dead from coronavirus in Michigan as the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases swelled by more than 800 this afternoon to 5,486 statewide, including at least 65 cases identified in Ingham, Clinton and Eaton counties. 
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Video interview: Schor provides overview of the city’s response to the coronavirus
THURSDAY, March 19 — Lansing Mayor Andy Schor answered questions today on the city’s response to the coronavirus …
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City Pulse On the Air, March 29, 2020: Michael McDaniel, Linda Vail, Phil Knight and Matt Grossman
On this edition of City Pulse On the Air, editor and publisher Berl Schwartz speaks with Michael McDaniel, retired brigadier general …
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City Pulse On the Air, March 22, 2020: Andy Schor, Matt Grossman and Linda Vail
On this edition of City Pulse On the Air: A conversation with Lansing Mayor Andy Schor about how you run a city in the age of the …
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Arts & Culture
Local actors struggle with isolation
Brian Farnham was on a roll, but like most Greater Lansing actors, the pandemic put the brakes on his career. Farnham has been a …
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Jim Alfredson’s subterranean grooves keep local jazz alive
That hypnotic paneling. The masculine tangle of wires on a creamy shag carpet. The duct tape on the drum kit. The five clocks standing …
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When the bedroom becomes the concert hall
In the time of social distancing and a statewide “Stay Home, Stay Safe” mandate until April 13, what is there to do? The …
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Food delivery in the time of coronavirus
WEDNESDAY, March 18 — While Michigan residents have been barred from dining rooms, delivery, drive-thru and carryout have been …
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Coronavirus hits Lansing: The empty bistro and DJ without a crowd 
WEDNESDAY, March 18 — Jerry Jodloski and Cari DeLamielleure haven’t had one customer this …
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Uncorked: Indulging in the culture of Spanish wine
Spain’s viticultural history goes back more than 3,000 years, when Phoenicians arrived by boat. The Codorníu estate in …
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