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Monday, August 12,2013

VIDEO: Now we're cooking

An inside look at Capital Area Restaurant Week

by City Pulse Staff
Last month, Lansing joined the great restaurant meccas of New York, San Francisco and Miami in dedicating a week to highlighting its local dining establishments. The first-ever Capital Area Restaurant Week, which ran July 21-25, featured 28 local restaurants that rolled out either one or two featured three-course meals for $25.
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Friday, August 9,2013

Filling the vacancy

Five apply for 4th District Ingham County Board of Commissioners seat

by City Pulse Staff
Friday, Aug. 9 — The Ingham County Board of Commissioners will consider five applicants seeking to fill a board seat that will be vacated in early September by outgoing board member Debbie De Leon.
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Thursday, August 8,2013

BWL: Beware of phone scammers

Lansing Board of Water and Light reports fraudulent telephone calls asking for payments, threatening to turn off service

by City Pulse Staff
Thursday, Aug. 8 — Lansing’s publicly owned utility is warning of “telephone calls from scam imposters” who have threatened to turn off customers’ service if they don’t provide credit card information over the phone or make wire money payments.
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Tuesday, August 6,2013

Welcome to the neighborhood

Community ambassadors needed for annual event

by City Pulse Staff
Tuesday, Aug. 6 — Community ambassadors are needed for the 4th Annual East Lansing Welcomes the World, which introduces international students and families to the East Lansing community. The event will be held at 2:30 p.m. Sept. 8 at the East Lansing Public Library.
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Thursday, August 1,2013

Dead Heads meet at the movies

Third annual Grateful Dead ‘Meet up at the Movies’ showing in Lansing tonight

by City Pulse Staff
Thursday, Aug. 1 — The Grateful Dead had just come off their legendary spring tour of Europe in 1972 when they took the stage at the Oregon County Fair to perform a benefit show for author Ken Kesey’s brother’s dairy farm. That show on Aug. 27, 1972, was captured on 16 mm cameras and has been restored to high definition quality. Concert footage was compiled into a two-hour movie called “Sunshine Daydream,” which is playing tonight at 7:30 at the Goodrich Lansing Mall 6 on the west side.
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Thursday, August 1,2013

Whole Foods coming to town

Supermarket chain plans 2015 opening in Meridian Township

by City Pulse Staff
Thursday, Aug. 1 — Whole Foods Market, the Austin, Texas-based grocery chain specializing in natural and organic foods, reportedly plans to open a new location in Meridian Township in 2015.
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Wednesday, July 31,2013

Arts parting

Leslie Donaldson to leave Arts Council of Greater Lansing

by City Pulse Staff
Wednesday, July 31 — Leslie Donaldson, executive director of the Arts Council of Greater Lansing, announced today that she will be stepping down after eight years in that position. She announced her departure via a letter today. In the letter, she said she accepted a position as director of the College of Creative Arts at Interlochen Center for the Arts near Traverse City.
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Friday, July 26,2013

Big Willie style

Legendary country music star Willie Nelson coming to Lansing area in September

by City Pulse Staff
Friday, July 16 — Tickets went on sale today for Country Music Hall of Fame legend Willie Nelson, who will perform in Eaton County Sept. 26.
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Tuesday, July 23,2013

Folk tales

Arlo Guthrie coming to Wharton Center

by City Pulse Staff
Tuesday, July 23 — Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday for Arlo Guthrie, who will perform at the Wharton Center on Oct. 3. Guthrie, 66, is most famous for his 1967 talking blues song, “Alice’s Restaurant Massacree,” which lampooned the Vietnam War draft.
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Saturday, July 20,2013

From Russia without love

Debate stirs as public officials weigh in on Sister City program with St. Petersburg

by City Pulse Staff
Friday, July 19 — Despite opposition from Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero, the Lansing City Council will be asked Monday to consider pulling out of its Sister City program with St. Petersburg, Russia, because of anti-gay laws there.
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