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Lansing precinct votes on Prop 3 may be recounted

THURSDAY, Dec. 1 — Ingham County Clerk Barb Byrum confirmed today that she is beginning to lay the groundwork for a recount of all of all voting precincts in Lansing. The move comes …

Lights, markets and live shows kick off a busy December

This first weekend of December is a great time to get out and enjoy all the city has to offer before holiday shopping, family gatherings and inevitable snowstorms derail plans for much-needed free …

Going underground was the construction solution for Heritage Hall

Go deep. That was the answer to decades of handwringing and consternation regarding the construction of Heritage Hall, an addition to Michigan’s …

‘Trauma’ — personal and professional — lead Siemon to an early out

Carol Siemon told voters in Ingham County in 2016 that she wanted to bring a new way of seeking justice through prosecution. They rewarded her with a four-year term as Ingham County prosecutor, and …

News Highlights from the Last 7 Days: Nov 30th

Ingham County Circuit Judge Wanda Stokes has dismissed lawsuits by six current or former city of Lansing employees alleging racial discrimination and ordered the plaintiffs to pay the city’s …

Ancient invention may safely move fish over barriers while blocking invaders, study finds

LANSING – In the course of 11 days, a device dating back to 234 B.C. successfully captured 704 fish and lifted them into a collection basket as part of a project to determine if the method could be used in the future to move fish across dams without injury, …
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Sushi Night with chef Stuart Christoff

UrbanBeat is hosting a create-your-own sushi event on Thursday night, the kick-off of a new monthly culinary experience featuring celebrity chef Stuart Christoff and mixologist Andrea Valerio. …

Alton Brown Live at Cobb Great Hall

Food Network personality Alton Brown will take his “Alton Brown Live: Beyond the Eats — The Holiday Variant” tour to the Wharton Center on Saturday evening. According to the …

Capital City BBQ is fighting for its future

Born in the Vietnamese province of Binh Duong, just north of Ho Chi Minh City, Capital City BBQ owner Linh Lee was raised by her grandmother, Doan. Apart from parenting her, Doan also served as …
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The Avenue 2021 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing Trivia ThursdayThur., Dec. 1, Sign-up 8:30 p.m. False Harbor with Ten Peso Version and Spencer ChesnutFri., Dec. 2, 9 p.m. Eaton Rapids Craft …
The Dangling Participles offer up ‘One More Drop’
Fresh off its win in City Pulse’s Top of the Town contest for Best Folk Artist/Band, The Dangling Participles will release its sophomore album, “One More Drop,” Friday, Dec. 2, at …
Detroit author captures high-profile assassinations in unique light
Robert Morris has been caught up in the Kennedy mystique since he was a little boy in Detroit. His father, Ken Morris, a top official at the United Auto Workers, would drag his sons to all kinds of political events. At a 1960 campaign event in Detroit, Morris, who was 8, found himself posing for a photograph with presidential candidate John F. Kennedy, his father and another UAW official.  …
The Baron scores big
Brian Major spent the past month or so walking the hallowed boards of New York’s Metropolitan Opera in an electric blue waistcoat embroidered with gold. No big deal, right? “Honestly, …
PET ME returns with ‘Abomination’
PET ME, the fierce femme queercore band from Lansing, dropped its latest release Sunday, yet another powerful addition to its steadily growing discography. The busy band chatted with City Pulse about …
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