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Thursday, September 19,2013

Market Place under way

Construction started Monday on new Market Place apartments

by City Pulse Staff
Thursday, Sept. 19 — Construction on developer Pat Gillespie’s prominent Market Place project started Monday following years of delays caused by the housing market and recent pressure from the city to get moving.
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Thursday, September 19,2013

Harvest moon ride

Lansing bike club enjoys the streets of Lansing for special event

by City Pulse Staff
Thursday, Sept. 19 — Lansing culture is more than just the arts, sports and bars. The miles and miles of streets provide an ample way to enjoy the city from the ground up via bike. Friday, the Lansing Bike Party, a local bike-riding club, will have a special final ride of the summer (before the fall bike riding begins).
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Wednesday, September 18,2013

Out On the Town

by City Pulse Staff
SEPT. 17-22 >> ‘WIDOWS’ After all a town’s men disappear during the rule of a dictator, the women come together in defiance of the country’s military in the Michigan State University Department of Theatre’s production of “Widows.”
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Monday, September 16,2013

Video: Art Attack! 2013

Video from this year’s Art Attack! festival in REO Town

by City Pulse Staff
Monday, Sept. 16 — Nine bands, a six-hour themed art competition, food and craft beer pumped life through REO Town on Sept. 7 during the third annual Art Attack! festival. Here’s video capturing various artists and vendors at work.
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Friday, September 13,2013

What to do this weekend

Choose from stand-up comedy, architecture appreciation, a tailgate party and a photography class

by City Pulse Staff
Friday, Sept. 13 — Four events this weekend will appeal to a wide range of interests, from the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright to getting up close and personal with mid-Michigan wildlife.
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Thursday, September 12,2013

TGIF

Three Friday events get Lansing primed for the weekend

by City Pulse Staff
Thursday, Sept. 12 —'Fans of cats, dogs, ‘80s pop-soulsters and Michigan cherry pie are in for a treat Friday.
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Wednesday, September 11,2013

'The heart of the barrio'

Third annual fest honors Lansing’s Spanish language population

by City Pulse Staff
This weekend, Lansing will get a festive reminder that Old Town’s stretch of Grand River Avenue is also “el córazon del barrio chicano,” “the heart of the Chicano barrio.”
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Wednesday, September 11,2013

OUT ON THE TOWN

by City Pulse Staff
Thursday, SEPT. 12 >> Comedy 4 A Cause Tommy Thompson, a Minneapolis-based funnyman, leads the next round of Comedy 4 A Cause to benefit the Michigan Council of the Blind and Visually Impaired. Connxtions Comedy Club hosts the 18-and-over event.
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Tuesday, September 10,2013

Peace signs

Vigil to protest possible military action in Syria to be held Wednesday in East Lansing

by City Pulse Staff
Tuesday, Sept. 10 — A peace demonstration, fittingly named “A Vigil for Peace — Opposing U.S. Military Action in Syria,” will be held Wednesday in East Lansing. It will take place from 4 to 5:30 p.m. in the median on the corner of Abbot Road and Grand River Avenue in downtown East Lansing.
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Monday, September 9,2013

‘Lips of State’

New Belgium Brewing Co., Taps 25 and The State Room partnering for beer and food pairing on Wednesday

by City Pulse Staff
Monday, Sept. 9 — Colorado-based New Belgium Brewing Co. invites Lansing to come worship at the temple of beer Wednesday as it unveils its new "Lips of Faith" series of brews paired with food samplings from Michigan State University’s food truck.
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