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Monday, June 10,2013

New in town

Between the Buns/ Piggee's Smokehouse and BBQ / Cowboy's Southern BBQ

by ALLAN I. ROSS
Whether you're the king of the grill or you prefer to let someone else handle all the barbecuing duties, three new Lansing businesses will make your summer eating schedule a little easier.
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Friday, June 7,2013

Pride, no prejudice

White Party takes over Old Town

by City Pulse Staff
Friday, June 7 — Michigan Pride hosts its annual White Party tonight at various venues around Lansing. The event is part of Pride Month, highlighting the causes of the LGBT community.
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Thursday, June 6,2013

Video: Be a Tourist in Your Own Town

by City Pulse Staff
Thursday, June 6 — The 19th annual Be a Tourist in Your Own Town event went down on Saturday. City Pulse video intern Ian Siporin took his camera for a tour of some of the sights and scenes the program had to offer.
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Thursday, June 6,2013

Golden road

Lansing band starts tour with Old Town performance

by Allan I. Ross
Thursday, June 6 — The Lansing-based band Lansing Unionized Vaudeville Spectacle began its weeklong tour of West Michigan and the Upper Peninsula this morning with an impromptu, three-song set in front of Old Town’s Golden Harvest restaurant.
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Thursday, June 6,2013

Newbies at Zoobie’s

Old Town bar sets grand re-opening date

by Allan I. Ross
Thursday, June 6 — After closing in 2009, Zoobie’s Old Town Tavern in Lansing is set to re-open with new owners — and a new look — on June 17. The owners announced the grand re-opening date on the bar’s Facebook wall earlier today.
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Wednesday, June 5,2013

'We're going to keep on going'

After cancer surgery, Roy Saper is proudly back to 'not normal'

by Lawrence Cosentino
Roy Saper was getting high in his kitchen last week from making chocolate chip pecan waffles. Pour, sprinkle, press, sizzle. I told him I needed to stop at one waffle.
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Wednesday, June 5,2013

Orchestral maneuvers in the park

Lansing Symphony starts summer with a trip to the '80s

by Kali Jo Wolkow
Tuesday, June 4 — The ‘80s are cycling back into more than just 21st century fashion. Wednesday, they’re taking center stage at the Lansing Symphony Orchestra’s Summer Pops Concert, “Music of the ‘80s.”
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Wednesday, June 5,2013

Sunday (business) drivers

Lansing City Market open on Sundays for the summer

by Kali Jo Wolkow
Wednesday, June 5 — Competition is a cornerstone of business, and one of the best ways to be competitive is to extend your hours. Or, as the Lansing City Market found, extending the number of days you stay open. Last summer, the market experimented with opening on Sundays — a season program called Summer Sundays — and some of the results were surprising.
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Wednesday, June 5,2013

Swann song

Riverwalk closes season with musical comedy adaptation

by Paul Wozniak
In live TV of the 1950s, you had one chance to get it right; blow that entrance, line or dance step, and millions of viewers witnessed your screw-up. The same is true, of course, of live theater and Riverwalk Theatre's "My Favorite Year," a musical set in the salad days of television, too often demonstrates the pitfalls of minimal preparation.
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Wednesday, June 5,2013

The fake train robbery

Owosso train institute gives alternate look at Michigan history

by ALLAN I. ROSS
Before highways crisscrossed the state, carving concrete trails from Detroit to Grand Rapids and Monroe to Sault Ste. Marie, train tracks snaked across the landscape, guiding steam-puffing locomotives through Michigan's hardy wilderness.
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