Jan. 30 2019
Join Riverwalk Theatre for a special performance of “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” with funding going toward young adult literacy in the capital region with the organization Reading Is Fundamental...
Jan. 30 2019
This vast home was constructed in 1926 for Ray and Sarah Potter, its grandeur reflecting the socialite owners and the impact realized by their family in the development of the greater Lansing area. Potter...
Jan. 30 2019
On the board is a list of chores and tasks related to The Fledge like washing dishes in exchange for usage of the building's music studio. In theory, when members of The Fledge do dishes, other members...
Jan. 24 2019
Owner Yohana Ferra left Cuba and arrived in Lansing in 2014. She spent her past life working as a baker in Havana. But her new life in the United States gave her a jolt — with newfound access to...
Frances Park nets $200K cash infusion
Jan. 24 2019
As the unofficial flower queen of the capital city, Knostman had developed Frances Park into her throne. She lived across the street and regularly strolled the woodland trails and expansive rose gardens...
Community Foundation matches 11 private donations
Jan. 24 2019
Mayor Andy Schor signed an executive order Tuesday to name a slice of parkland between the Lansing City Market and the Shiawassee Street Bridge. And Rotary Park, as it will now be known, will soon encompass...
Jan. 17 2019
Cheng, a New York native from Manhattan’s Chinatown neighborhood, moved to Lansing in the early 2000s with his parents and started longtime Lansing Chinese takeout staple China Garden on Mt. Hope
Jan. 17 2019
Another $85 million for a “learning center” and underground parking ramp was too much. And once the geothermal holes started being drilled into the Capitol’s west lawn, the thought was...
Jan. 17 2019
But as officials prepare to come to the table, the potential for cost savings isn’t necessarily clear. And results from a recent survey indicate most people are already satisfied with their courtroom...
King's northern campaign
Jan. 17 2019
The enriching root of education and its potent fruit, voter registration, were life and death matters in the segregated South. King was determined to recruit help. Although his responsibilities were multiplying...
Jan. 17 2019
Petal, a Scranton-based indie rock outfit, headlines Thursday at Mac’s Bar. Opening the all-ages show are Sir Babygirl, Cave People, and Shortly. Led by its only permanent member, songwriter Kiley...
Public-private partnership drives construction plans
Jan. 10 2019
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor is anxious to break ground on a downtown performing arts center. Larger cities like Grand Rapids and Detroit for decades have stolen away concert crowds that might have otherwise...
Jan. 10 2019
Over the last 15 years, Lansing-based rapper James Gardin has dropped six solo releases and four group projects and promises there is “a lot more on the way.” His artful brand of alternative...
Jan. 10 2019
Locally sourced produce and on the go goods will be available amid a sea of takeout options in downtown East Lansing once winter thaws. Campbell’s Market Basket, the brainchild of East Lansing native...
New harp concerto makes music history in Lansing
Jan. 10 2019
Friday night, the Lansing Symphony will take part in the multi-city premiere of a new concerto by one of the world’s foremost classical composers, Jennifer Higdon, performed by the most formidable...
Jan. 10 2019
Six simulators rigged with the latest and greatest in golfing technology will provide Greater Lansing golfers a new home during the frigid months. Better yet, patrons can expect a full service bar and...
Jan. 3 2019
People don’t really make the world go ‘round — it’s something to do with angular momentum. People do put a unique spin on Greater Lansing, though, and City Pulse's annual "People...
Jan. 3 2019
The freshly minted year of 2019 holds a lot of promise for the Greater Lansing arts and entertainment scene. Yes, the end of December is painfully dull as things go dormant for the holidays. Nobody wants...
Local leaders outline vision for 2019
Jan. 3 2019
“We should focus on the betterment of the tri-county region. Too often, conversation centers on Washington, D.C., or one party or another. Elected officials need to focus on their responsibilities...
Dec. 27 2018
Among the old places with new faces is the remodeled Art’s Pub, taken on by longtime friends of the prior owners, Greg and Nick Sinicropi. Under the Sinicropis’ ownership, the bar preserved...