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Berl Schwartz interviews Michigan Senator Curtis Hertel Jr. about his “Yes is Yes” legislation, staff writer Dennis Burck reports on new Old Town business Bad Annie’s and arts editor Audrey Matusz interviews Spiral drag champion Aaliyah Tealheart.
On this edition of City Pulse On the Air, editor and publisher Berl Schwartz interviews Lansing Mayor Andy Schor about the ethnic makeup of the city's new firefighters and police officers. Dennis Burck reports on a new MSU course which tackles combat veteran suicide and Audrey Matusz interviews musician Brandon Grafius.
On this edition of City Pulse On the Air, Kyle Kaminski interviews Dan Taberski, producer of the podcast “Running From Cops,” which analyzes the long-running show “Cops.” The two discuss its impact on local county police departments.
On this edition of City Pulse On the Air, editor and publisher Berl Schwartz interviews political scientists Matt Grossman, who believes Bernie Sanders could take out Donald Trump in the 2020 election.
Video Interviews
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor expresses confidence in the proposed development plan for the old Red Cedar Golf Course; says the city has to do a better job of documenting city time spent on vetting pot dispensary licenses; and says he has filed the paperwork to his 527 account. He and City Pulse editor & publisher Berl Schwartz discuss those and other issues.
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor defends his efforts to bring diversity to city jobs after correcting a hiring policy that resulted in an all male and almost all white Class of 2018 firefighters. He explains his 527 account that seeks contributions for non-political activities. And he breaks down how the Red Cedar project will be financed without taxing the public.
In this month's interview with Lansing Mayor Andy Schor, staff writer Kyle Kaminski dissects this year's State of the City address.
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor sits down with City Pulse’s Berl Schwartz for their first interview of the new year. The mayor discloses a new willingness to consider multiple locations for city offices as he pursues ways to move government out of City Hall so it can be sold to a developer.
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor sat down with City Pulse editor and publisher Berl Schwartz for one last interview of the year at Message Makers’ studio in Old Town. Recreational marijuana, the future of City Hall and how the Schor family celebrates the holidays were among the topics.

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