City Pulse - http://www.lansingcitypulse.com/lansing/articles.sec-1-1-.html <![CDATA[Food for the eyes - and stomach]]> ART Feast patrons also have the opportunity to take in some live entertainment during their visit to Old Town. This year%uFFFDeuro;™s ART Feast also coincides with the Renegade Theatre Festival, which places theatrical and musical performances in both indoor and outdoor locations throughout Old Town.]]> <![CDATA[History and high hopes]]> ]]> <![CDATA[JOSH SCHA EFER]]> for work). I lift for less than an hour and do cardio one day a week for less than 20 minutes. My lifting days rotate between upper body and lower body lifts, primarily with free weights. For cardio, I do circuit training that includes some combination of jump rope, kettlebells, battling ropes, rowing machine, stationary bike, etc.]]> <![CDATA[BRANDESS WALLACE]]> My first daughter was one year old, my son was an infant and my husband was deployed to Iraq. I began going to the Lansing Westside YMCA six days a week. I went not only because I wanted to take off the excess baby weight, but also because it was the only hour in the day that I was able to have some time to myself.]]> <![CDATA[ROBERT “BOB” FABIANO]]> I preach daily and weekly schedules. If an activity is scheduled, one is less inclined to cancel. Provide yourself with some form of reward following completion of the task. This can be access to a pleasureoriented activity, such as television or computer, which you otherwise deprive yourself of until you have completed the activity.]]> <![CDATA[KRISTIN PFAUTH]]> I have a thyroid disease, as well as family history of high cholesterol. Cardio helps with both things, and it has always been important to me for both health and mental well being. I also really enjoy eating many kinds of food, so it´s important to balance that with enough calorie burning activities.]]> <![CDATA[Breaking the tape]]> The starter pistol fired for the two-round contest on March 19. The first heat consisted of a nomination round, for which any individual, business or location could be entered on the City Pulse website or mobile app and then voted on. We took the top five finishers from that leg and put them into competition for Round 2.]]> <![CDATA[The home stretch]]> <![CDATA[Without a Clouseau]]> <![CDATA[Green and sober]]> <![CDATA[‘Til death do they part]]> “Big Love,” per its title, is big; conceptually, thematically, physically and sonically. But Peppermint Creek Theatre Co.’s most effective moments are small, from wry one-liners to subtly raised eyebrows. For director Lynn Lammers and the cast, the biggest challenge is making the big resonate with audiences as much as the small does.]]> <![CDATA[Advice Goddess]]> <![CDATA[East Lansing Film Series — January/February]]> “This isn’t really a matinee community, but (the East Lansing Film Series) has seen a dramatic increase in traffic before 5 p.m.,” Wozniak said. He said Oscar’s Bisro, the theater’s restaurant, has done so well that parent company Celebration! Cinema opened a second location near Kalamazoo.]]> <![CDATA[Golden Harvest to downsize]]> The restaurant will downsize from 34 seats to a single chair and a TV tray. Its kitchen equipment will include only a George Foreman grill and a Keurig single-serve coffee machine. “I won’t lie to you, this is as much a social experiment as a business decision,” Vicknair said.]]> <![CDATA[@BWLPeter_Lark]]> We don´t need tree trimming crews. Has so little to do with getting power back on. We´ve clearly had success just waiting for mother nature..]]> <![CDATA[Arts and Culture news briefs]]> <![CDATA[Make do drink]]> <![CDATA[Organic: Eating local has never been so easy]]> <![CDATA[She ate: Dramatic dishes]]> <![CDATA[The home team strikes back]]>