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Thursday, July 18,2013

UAW/Chamber endorsements

In a rare move, dueling political groups endorse Bernero and his supporters on City Council

by City Pulse Staff
Wednesday, July 17 — Although the two organizations rarely agree on politics, the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce and the United Auto Workers Region 1-C are on the same page for the citywide elections this fall.
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Thursday, July 18,2013

Pure Iowa?

Schauer launches petition asking Snyder why he outsourced travel guide

by City Pulse Staff
Thursday, July 18 — The Mark Schauer for Governor campaign has launched a petition drive asking why the Snyder administration outsourced the Pure Michigan travel guide to an Iowa publisher when it could have printed it less expensively in Michigan.
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Tuesday, July 16,2013

Church & state

Public buildings and churches on next Lansing Historical Society tour

by City Pulse Staff
Tuesday, July 16 — The Historical Society of Greater Lansing continues its Behind the Fašade tours this weekend with “Church and State,” a look at some of downtown’s oldest churches and state buildings.
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Monday, July 8,2013

Video: Lansing Beer Fest

Inaugural REO Town event draws more than 500

by City Pulse Staff
Monday, July 8 — The Lansing Beer Fest brought 34 craft beers from 14 different Michigan breweries to REO Town on June 29. It was the culmination of the second annual Lansing Beer Week, which was organized by Paul Starr, founder of the local beer appreciation website, ImABeerHound.com. The event drew about 500 people.
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Wednesday, June 26,2013

Beer Q&A

by City Pulse Staff
Pat Gillespie Owner/president of The Gillespie Group Favorite beer: Bell’s Two-Hearted. In fact, I just put a kegerator into my office, so I’ll always have it on tap. Favorite beer destination: HopCat in Grand Rapids. What do you look for in a beer: I like it really...
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Wednesday, June 26,2013

Michigan Craft Beer Listings

by City Pulse Staff
Michigan has over 140 brewpubs, microbreweries and meaderies — not to mention the hundreds of bars catering specifically to craft beer enthusiasts. Below is an abbreviated list of some of the establishments closest to mid-Michigan, separated by distance from downtown Lansing, complete with a key for food and drink guidance.
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Wednesday, June 26,2013

Zoobie's, day and night

by City Pulse Staff
After being shuttered for four years, Zoobie's Old Town Tavern re-opened June 17 with new owners, a retro look and a new concept, which relies heavily on craft beers and specialty cocktails.
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Friday, June 21,2013

‘What an icon she was’

Longtime Lansing stage actress Winifred Olds dies

by City Pulse Staff
Friday, June 21 — Winifred Olds, known as “the grande dame of Lansing theater,” died late Thursday after complications from surgery. She was 88.
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Wednesday, June 19,2013

Food Finder

by City Pulse Staff
Food Finder listings are rotated each week based on space. If you have an update for the listings, please e-mail food@lansingcitypulse.com.
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Friday, June 14,2013

Bar 30 in Eastwood to close

This is its last weekend, will reopen as a steakhouse later this summer

by City Pulse Staff
Friday, June 14 — Bar 30 in The Heights at Eastwood Towne Center will close after this weekend and reopen as a high-end steakhouse later this summer whose owners include a prominent local restaurateur.
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