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Friday, November 2,2012

Commissioner candidates

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District 1: West Lansing, south of the river (D) Victor Celentino (i)Age:  47Occupation: Special education teacher, Lansing School DistrictDistrict’s most important issue: Unemployment and the economy.  (R) Phillip HofmeisterDid not respond to questionnaire Dis...
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Wednesday, October 31,2012

Endorsements and coverage

by City Pulse Staff
The logic is simple: If we in Ingham County can support the zoo, perhaps we can find it within our means to support human beings. We urge a "yes" vote on a first-time countywide millage, for $52 per $100,000 of property value, to support the Ingham Health Plan.
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Wednesday, October 31,2012

Curtain Call

by City Pulse Staff
LCC does ‘Ragtime’By HELENE DRYDEN  Racial justice, women’s empowerment, immigrant aspirations. No, these aren’t campaign speech themes for the last week of election season. They’re issues that are brought up in Lansing Community College’s upcomi...
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Wednesday, October 24,2012

Curtain Call

by City Pulse Staff
This week's reviews for Riverwalk Theatre's "Advise and Consent" and Starlight Dinner Theatre's "Steal Magnolias."
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Wednesday, October 17,2012

Lard of the rings

Food Fight team rates, barely survives Lansing's best onion rings

by City Pulse Staff
Over the last three years, the City Pulse Food Fight team has conducted a dozen taste tests encompassing over 75 local restaurants and food stands to determine everything from the best barbecue joint in town to the best margarita (obviously, some trips are more fun than others).
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Wednesday, October 17,2012

Curtain Call

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It’s still de-lovely  By ALLAN I. ROSS There’s not a lot of pop culture left over from 1934 that’s still relevant today. Jokes about medicinal cocaine snorting, ribald gypsy souls and Chinese accents are beyond passť — they’re downright distasteful. So...
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Wednesday, October 10,2012

Curtain Call

This week's previews and reviews

by City Pulse Staff
‘Peach’ boysBy H'L'NE DRYDEN This weekend, the Michigan State Department of Theatre serves up the stage adaptation of Roald Dahl’s classic children’s book, “James and the Giant Peach.” A production of mega proportions in nearly every aspe...
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Monday, August 27,2012

Reviewing renegade

Food-themed shows rise to the top

by City Pulse Staff
Last weekend's Renegade Theatre Festival transformed Old Town into one big stage, as actors and actresses took over nine of the area's businesses and empty spaces. With show names like "Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner," "Comfort Food" and "Surviving Lunch," we couldn't help but notice a culinary theme.
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Thursday, June 14,2012

Germany, Turkey, Egypt — and Frandor!

Mid Michigan Family Theatre tells 'Folk Tales for Fun'

by City Pulse Staff
Thursday, June 14 — Getting away for awhile is a snap at Mid Michigan Family Theatre this weekend: Carlos Perez's "Folk Tales for Fun" gives audiences a taste of stories from Norway, Egypt, Turkey, Germany and other countries. The world tour is led by The Navigator, who, with help from the language-savvy Decipher and the all-knowing I Don't Know, introduces a half-dozen fables and fairy tales from around the world.
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Friday, February 24,2012

New City Pulse Radio Show

by City Pulse Staff
State Rep. Barb Byrum discusses her candidacy for Ingham co. clerk; Kelly Rossman-McKinney talks about her forced resignation from the Lansing Economic Development Corp.; Ingham County Treasurer Eric Schertzing and resident Thomas Baumann debate the East Lansing school bond issue. Hosted by Berl Schwartz, with Kyle Melinn
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