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Wednesday, March 20,2013

Fixing the facade

Niowave's personal property tax abatement may come with strings attached

by Andy Balaskovitz
The Lansing Economic Area Partnership has stepped in to try resolving the dispute between Niowave Inc. and Walnut Neighborhood residents over the appearance of the company's 14,000-square-foot pole barn.
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Wednesday, March 20,2013

Gun rights rally at the Capitol

Hundreds of gun rights supporters flock to downtown Lansing

by Sam Inglot
Wednesday, March 20 — Chris and Martha Welch were at the Capitol today to voice their support for gun ownership and carrying rights.
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Wednesday, March 20,2013

Buses and budgets

The Lansing School District starts reevaluating transportation services to save money

by Sam Inglot
The process of trimming the Lansing School District's budget is kicking off in the same place where roughly 5,500 students start their day: school buses.
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Wednesday, March 20,2013

Eye Sore of the Week

by Dylan Sowle
Architecture critic Amanda Harrell-Seyburn says: Gas stations are a 20th-century building typology, the epitome of single-use, car-oriented development. Although gas stations were designed with some architectural flair into the mid-century, in the final quarter of the century, function trumped form.
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Tuesday, March 19,2013

Bauer opts out of 2014 Senate race

Former Lansing state representative won't seek Sen. Gretchen Whitmer's seat come 2014

by Kyle Melinn
Tuesday, March 19 —Former Rep. Joan Bauer will not run for the state Senate in 2014, saying in a Facebook post on Tuesday afternoon that she wants to "explore other options and also want to spend quality time with my husband, Doug Langham."
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Monday, March 18,2013

Grammy-winner Laurence Juber returns

The guitarist plays Creole Gallery Sunday

by City Pulse Staff
Thursday, May 19 — Although guitarist Laurence Juber has toured the world with Paul McCartney and shared stages with The Who’s Pete Townshend and Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant, he's also perfectly comfortable in more intimate spaces, such as Old Town's Creole Gallery, which is where the Grammy winner will perform at 7 p.m. Sunday, May 22.
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Monday, March 18,2013

So much Harry, it's scary

Celebration Cinema offers you the chance to see all the 'Harry Potter' adventures in one day

by City Pulse Staff
Don't call it a marathon — it's more of a Harry-thon. Next week, Celebration Cinema will announce the details on its plans to show all eight "Harry Potter" adventures back to back to back to ... well, you get the picture.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Strong warning to dispensaries

Lansing city attorney says they should close ... or else

by City Pulse Staff
Thursday, Aug. 25 — Lansing City Attorney Brig Smith said today that the state Appeals Court’s ruling that effectively bans medical marijuana dispensaries will be aggressively enforced.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Is a casino coming to Lansing?

Casino negotiations underway, sources say

by City Pulse Staff
Friday, Sept. 30 — The city of Lansing is negotiating with the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians for a downtown casino to be built behind the Lansing Center, Ted O’Dell of the Lansing Jobs Coalition has told City Pulse.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Casino in Lansing?

Bernero won’t confirm or deny negotiations are underway

by City Pulse Staff
UPDATE: Friday, Sept. 30 — Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero would neither confirm nor deny today that the city is in talks with the Chippewa Indian tribe of Sault Ste. Marie for a casino in Lansing.
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