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City Pulse On the Air, July 21: Jeff Irwin, J.J. Jackson and Lansing Death Cafés

On this edition of City Pulse On the Air, publisher and editor Berl Schwartz interviews Sen. Jeff Irwin, a Democrat from Ann Arbor who wants Michigan to expunge its 235,000 convictions for minor marijuana possession charges. 

Arts Council of Greater Lansing interim director Meghan Martin and her deck

My deck is connected with nature and community. It offers a cool, nice place for me to reflect on everything and watch life go by. It’s amazing how these spaces become such a part of us.

Listen: Talking with Lansing cyber-student Crystal James

City Pulse arts editor Audrey Matusz meets Crystal James, a 17-year-old performance artist who recently graduated from Great Cyber Lakes Academy. It's an online school with a vision for the future of Michigan's classrooms

Nonprofit shows positive male role models for Lansing youth

Lansing dads and dudes unite for this old school barbecue celebrating positive male role models giving back to the Lansing community. The event will feature barbecued food on a donation basis, live music and nonprofit vendors.

Elementary art teacher takes notes from students

Eric Staib, 50, is an art teacher at Okemos Public Schools, where he works with elementary students to view the world more creatively. He said the biggest challenge his students encounter is using their imagination to see past what their subject “should” look like.
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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

City Pulse On the Air, July 21: Jeff Irwin, J.J. Jackson and Lansing Death Cafés

On this edition of City Pulse On the Air, publisher and editor Berl Schwartz interviews Sen. Jeff Irwin, a Democrat from Ann Arbor who wants Michigan to expunge its 235,000 convictions for minor marijuana possession charges. 
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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2018-2019 City Pulse Pulsar Award Nominees
Pulsar Awards, Monday, July 22, 5:30 p.m., $20 UrbanBeat Event Center, 1213 Turner St, Lansing, urbanbeatevents.com, (517) 331- …
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Director and actress Janet Colson embraces winds of change
Besides playing nude volleyball, it’s hard to find something Janet Colson hasn’t done. In June, Colson graduated with …
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Food
Health conscious tea and shake store opens on Cedar Street
Over 60 varieties of tea and shake flavors will be offered at Lansing’s newest health and wellness shop. Focusing on …
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The daily chaos of Mr. Taco
The legendary Lansing taco shop Mr. Taco has become a nexus of fast food and the absurd. Take one look at Mr. Taco’s social …
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He Ate/She Ate: Arcadia Smokehouse
He Ate by MARK NIXON It takes chutzpah to look at a bank and think, “We can transform that old bank into a restaurant. Plus, …
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