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Tuesday, January 7,2014

The sandwich district

Tom Chee, Firehouse Subs hold grand openings on Wednesday

by Kyle Koehler
Tuesday, Jan. 7 — If you’re looking to grab a sandwich, downtown Lansing has no shortage of choices. And Wednesday, Jan. 8, the two newest sandwich shops — Tom Chee, 123 S. Washington Square, and Firehouse Subs, 200 S. Washington Square — will hold grand openings, including a donut-eating contest at Tom Chee. Screw New Year’s resolutions; we’re squarely in carb-loading season now.
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Thursday, January 2,2014

Out On the Town

by City Pulse Staff
FRIDAY, JAN. 3 >> FOLK-A-PUNK-O-LYPSE Rock louder, dirtier and faster at The Loft. Four Michigan bands will cover a variety of rock genres, including Celtic, Americana, punk and folk. Headlining the show is Bill Grogan’s Goats, a band of five Detroit locals who fuse ...
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Thursday, January 2,2014

Notes from Neil

A Look Ahead

by Neil Rajala
Thursday, Jan. 2 — If you're a consumer of various types and genres of media like me, we're probably thinking along the same lines - enough with the Best Of 2013 lists already! I've decided to take the opposite approach this week and look ahead at some of the books our staff and sale...
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Monday, December 30,2013

New Year’s events

Where to ring in 2014 in Lansing and East Lansing

by Katy Barth
Monday, Dec. 30 — All dressed up, but not sure where to go? Don’t drop the ball before midnight. Here’s a listing of New Year’s Eve celebrations around the Lansing area.
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Friday, December 27,2013

Notes from Neil

Between Holidays Edition

by Neil Rajala
Friday, Dec. 27 — Sorry folks, I'm a day late this week due to an uninvited Christmas head cold. My halls were decked with antihistamines and cough medicine, but the silver lining was time to catch up on a couple of books remaining on my pile from this year. Here's what we're reading...
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Thursday, December 26,2013

2013 Jazz/classical highlights

by Lawrence Cosentino
The Lansing jazz and classical music scene created a lot of memorable moments in 2013. I chose these six favorites strictly from the gut. Science and reason fail when music this powerful takes over.
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Thursday, December 26,2013

Powers of 10

Ten who died in greater Lansing in 2013

by Lawrence Cosentino
Again this year we celebrate the lives of departed friends and neighbors. What follows are their stories and the memories that framed their lives.
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Thursday, December 26,2013

NYE 2014

A selection of Lansing-area New Year’s Eve events, for Tuesday, Dec. 31:

by City Pulse Staff
A selection of Lansing-area New Year’s Eve events, for Tuesday, Dec. 31: The Avenue Café Featuring the music of Root Doctor. Dinner package includes a five-course dinner at 7 p.m. with table service for $55. 9 p.m. general admission. $15, 18-up. The Avenue Café, 2021 E. Michigan ...
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Thursday, December 26,2013

Best of 2013: Books

by Bill Castanier
“Bluffton: My Summers with Buster Keaton” by Matt Phelan This graphic novel, suitable for both adults and young adults, tells the charming but little known story of silent film star Buster Keaton and his family’s vaudeville troupe that summered near Muskegon in the ea...
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Thursday, December 26,2013

2013: A&C ya later

Ranking the top five(ish) in arts and culture

by ALLAN I. ROSS
It was a good year to be part of the arts and culture scene in the Lansing area. Visual arts, performance arts, culinary arts — they were all there for the consuming, and there was plenty to feast on.
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