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For 30 years, Ele’s Place has helped more than 30,000 children learn to healthily grieve and to heal from the trauma of the death of a loved one. more
A set of “final recommendations” released this month by the state’s Marijuana Regulatory Agency calls for urgent measures to address ongoing racial disparities in Michigan’s budding cannabis market. The problem: The industry has far too many white guys running the show. more
With local music venues still being shuttered due to the pandemic, it’s a harsh reminder of what the Lansing area once had. The Loft, Mac’s Bar, the Green Door—and various other spots—not only host area bands, but also beloved touring acts from all genres. more
Since 1944, Lake Trust Credit Union has provided banking services for people across Michigan. That tradition continues with its brand new location in downtown Lansing. more
In the dark winter of 1936-1937 a group of Flint autoworkers decided they had enough of low wages, harassment and unsafe working conditions. more
A synthetic ice-skating rink will be installed in early February on the City Hall Plaza, Capitol and Michigan avenues. The 3,300-square-foot rink will be decorated with colorful lighting, benches and heaters funded through a partnership between the city and the Capital Region Community Foundation. more
A play where the legs of actors are visible! Where characters sometimes speak over each other and give each other eye contact! And where the actors actually move around — and even change costumes!  more
Laura Stein was beloved for many qualities, from her music and dance skills to her rapport with children, but her life-giving hugs were mentioned most often in a colossal Zoom memorial Sunday night. more
On this edition of City Pulse On the Air, editor and publisher Berl Schwartz hosts a panel discussion on January's wild political events with MSU economics professor Charlie Ballard, City Pulse … more
A medical cannabis retailer in Ionia is making key inroads on the Greater Lansing marijuana market with a massive array of flower, concentrates, vaporizer cartridges and more. And with free delivery, most Lansing residents needn’t even leave the couch to replenish their stash. more
Just in time for folks looking to get started on their New Year’s resolutions, a brand new gym opened up in East Lansing. F45 Training offers a team-based exercise program to help its patrons burn fat and gain muscle, using workouts that take — you guessed it — only forty five minutes to complete. more
Luckily for local bands, the Lansing area has long been stacked with plenty of recording studio options. Today, there’s GBP Studios, Troubador, Crack House, Platinum Keyz and Elm Street Recording, to only name a few. more
When Capital Area District Library’s Jean Bolley first donned the Cat in the Hat costume for a children’s storytime, she didn’t know it would become one of her favorite work outfits. more
Three years ago, the Lansing folk punk band Rent Strike released “IX,” an ambitious conceptual album that that drew heavy inspiration from “Lord of the Rings” to tell a tale of escaping addiction and reaching self-actualization. more
Mychal Shaw likes to get his hands dirty. He has a lot of old school hobbies that see him spending time with his dogs roughing it outdoors. But above all else, his favorite past time is fishing, which is why his favorite thing is his 1994 Sylvan Pro Select fishing boat. more
The Avenue Café, one of Lansing’s favorite east side neighborhood haunts that functions as a bar, concert venue and ramen restaurant, is shutting its doors until March. more
Need some fresh ideas to kill some time this weekend? Here's a smattering of events gathered by City Pulse that are going down this Saturday and Sunday. more
After years of obscurity, after a slowly swelling grassroots cult following grew, Rodriguez finally got his due. more
The Great Lakes region is known for its natural beauty, drawing millions of visitors every year. Tourism is one of the region’s biggest contributors to its economy. more
Need plans for the weekend? Why not check out the Meridian Township Farmers’ Market’s renovated digs? The market is stepping in 2021 on Saturday by opening up its winter season outdoors at its new Marketplace on the Green Venue at 1995 Central Park Drive, Okemos. more
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