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Monday, March 18,2013

Capital Area District Library director named

Maureen Hirten, interim director since April, has been chosen for the job

by City Pulse Staff
Thursday, Oct. 10 — Six months after being named interim director of the Capital Area District Library, Maureen Hirten has gotten the job. Hirten, formerly public services librarian at the CADL's Okemos branch and CADL's assistant director, was confirmed by the CADL Board of Trustees in a unanimous vote.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Oh say, can you sea?

'ImaginOcean' splashes down at Wharton Center

by City Pulse Staff
Tuesday, Oct. 18 — Take eight puppeteers, black-light effects, a bunch of UV-reactive puppets and you get "ImaginOcean," a family-oriented tale of fishy friends looking for underwater adventure. The show, written by John Tartaglia, comes to the Wharton Center Sunday.
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Monday, March 18,2013

C'mon, get Grumpy

Grumpy's Diner finds a new home

by City Pulse Staff
Friday, Oct. 28 - The next time you get a craving for those crispy fried green tomatoes from Grumpy's Diner, you'll have to head to a new address.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Robo and radio ads

Bernero calls for Martinez; Quinney punches the mayor by radio

by City Pulse Staff
Wednesday, Nov. 2 — Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero has gone to bat for one candidate for City Council through a robo call — and has become a target of another candidate in a radio ad.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Is Rory Neuner still running?

City Council candidate gives signs of quitting, but says she hasn’t

by City Pulse Staff
Tuesday, Nov. 8 — Has Rory Neuner quit her race for Lansing City Council, at least effectively? She said no in a text message today.
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Monday, March 18,2013

City Pulse on ‘The Colbert Report’

Comedy Central features story on anti-bullying report

by City Pulse Staff
“The Colbert Report” featured an article from City Pulse on the state’s controversial anti-bullying legislation in a show that airs again at 6:30 tonight.
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Monday, March 18,2013

MSU Museum hosts Veterans Day exhibit

Show features World War I posters

by City Pulse Staff
Friday, Nov. 11 — The Michigan State Museum celebrates Veterans Day with an exhibit of posters from World War I. The material comes from the museum's historical collection, and runs through Nov. 20.
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Monday, March 18,2013

City Pulse wins libel suit

Paper did not defame Paul Vlahakis by calling him a tax delinquent, judge rules

by City Pulse Staff
Thursday, Nov. 17 — An Ingham County judge has dismissed a libel suit against City Pulse by businessman Paul Vlahakis over a December 2009 story that reported that he was the county’s second biggest property tax delinquent.
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Monday, March 18,2013

HUD administrator makes announcement

Tri-county area receives $3 million grant for sustainable communities planning

by City Pulse Staff
Monday, Nov. 21 — The Tri-County Regional Planning Commission announced today it has been awarded a $3 million federal Sustainable Communities Regional Planning Grant.
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Monday, March 18,2013

'Sound' of the season

Elisabeth von Trapp and the Empire Brass come to the Wharton Center Thursday

by City Pulse Staff
Wednesday, Nov. 30 — The Wharton Center is alive with “The Sound of Christmas” — and singer Elisabeth von Trapp is joining the Empire Brass for the Thursday concert.
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