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Thursday, August 18,2011

10 Years of City Pulse

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“Carpenters, plumbers, police officers, firefighters, autoworkers, retirees, teachers, college students, high school students'have all congregated at the center of Michigan state government to say no to [Gov. Rick] Snyder and the Republican majorities in the House and Senate.
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Thursday, August 18,2011

10 Years of City Pulse

A timeline

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2001 CityPULSE is launched by publisher Berl Schwartz. “Its mission is to provide a journal of news and opinion on civic, social and political issues as well as arts and entertainment in Greater Lansing.”
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Thursday, August 18,2011

10 Years of City Pulse

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After six years of public service on the Ingham County Commission and almost 20 years in the Michigan Legislature, I came to the Mayor’s Office with the reputation of being a liberal Democrat.
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Thursday, August 18,2011

10 Years of City Pulse

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Since the City Pulse's first publication was released 10 years ago, I have become an avid fan, eagerly awaiting the publication of each issue!
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Wednesday, August 17,2011

Advice Goddess

Piece treaty & Sex and the cellar

by Amy Alkon
They’d gone from being a couple who didn’t have much sex to a nearly sexless one. You seemed to suggest that the guy bargain for sex from his wife: “Talk about how much sex you’d like, and how much she’s willing to provide, and work out a compromise.
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Wednesday, August 17,2011

What’s with all the drama?

Old Town turns into a miniature Broadway once more during the fourth annual Renegade Theatre Festival

by Paul Wozniak
Working under the loosely encompassing mission statement of providing “as much theater as possible in a short amount of time” for free, Badgero says Renegade answered a persistent question among theater people: Where can you perform pieces that don’t fit anywhere else?.
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Wednesday, August 17,2011

Turn it Down: A survey of Lansing’s musical landscape

by Rich Tupica
This Friday features a performance by local bluegrassfolkies Lindsay Lou and the Flatbellys, playing Americana tunes with a vocal style that sometimes reflects old-school jazz vocalists. There is free parking at Lake Lansing, and for the kids there’s free entry to play on a moonwalk and a giant slide.
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Wednesday, August 17,2011

The Screening Room

Clearing up fuzzy memories of ‘Conan the Barbarian’

by James Sanford
My memories of the 1982 “Conan” were fuzzy, so I took a look at it last weekend. When I say “fuzzy,” I mean literally fuzzy: The only times I had ever tried to watch the movie came when I was living with a roommate who was stealing HBO from our more affluent neighbors.
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Wednesday, August 17,2011

Looking ahead

Ken Burns and Ken Beachler both get some attention during WKAR’s annual Fall Preview

by Christina Strong
WKAR will honor a local arts advocate and provide a look at its future programming during its third annual Fall Preview on Aug. 24.
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Thursday, August 11,2011

Variety is the key to annual Great Lakes Folk Festival

by Tracy Key
He is a seventh-generation slack-key guitar player and lives in Maui on his family farm, which focuses on organic sustainable farming methods. The farm produces papayas, taro, sweet potatoes, bananas and legumes, and Kahumoku raises goats, ducks, chickens and miniature horses.
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