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Beauty in motion

In a stressed-out, worried young 21st century, the lost art of play, in the form of hula hooping, is coming around again with centrifugal force.

The bold and the beautiful: A sommelier’s favorite wines of 2019

Every year, I’m likely to taste a few mind-blowing wines that make me contemplate my existence. Most are wines I can rarely afford.

The Drink: 'Mix Three Fresh Juices' better than Faygo

I like a good head on top of my tall glass drinks — especially when the foam is a pink color. Luckily, Aladdin’s’ juices have both. 

The Dish: Sindhu's ethereal Chana saag

I’ve eaten myself into oblivion many a time at Sindhu, but have had to limit myself to the FDA-approved entrée portions. Until one foggy Monday afternoon, I transcended my stale consciousness of lunchtime fast-food after landing on Sindhu Indian Cuisine in the Hannah Plaza off Hagadorn Road.

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City Pulse November, 2019 interview with Lansing Mayor Andy Schor
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor discusses his vision for the City Market as well as how posterity may treat him in his monthly interview with …
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City Pulse On the Air, Dec. 8: Charlie Ballard, Zack Macomber and Lisa Wing
What’s better for the economy: higher or lower taxes on the rich? It’s an issue in the presidential campaign, and so City …
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City Pulse On the Air, Dec. 1: Amanda Strong, Williamston Theatre and Queers Who Brunch
On this edition of City Pulse On the Air, editor and publisher Berl Schwartz interviews Schuler Books and Music manager Amanda Strong. …
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Arts & Culture
Lansing City Pulse Top of the Town 2019 Winners
The tribe has spoken! And we’re back. This year’s Top of the Town contest pulled in 143,912 votes for the top three, …
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2019-2020 Greater Lansing Theater Schedule
Key:  AC — Andromeda Community Theatre cityofeastlansing.com/allofus, (517) 319-6957 AL — All-of-us Express …
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Lansing Symphony members fill empty Knapp’s space with music
From 1937 to 1980, the first floor of Knapp’s Department Store was the place to be in Lansing at Christmastime. The fancy …
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Favorite Things: John Olson of Wolf Eyes and his original Jesus Figs demo
It was the summer of 1984. I just started skating with my friends. We were total nerds. Wearing loafers. Just dorks. Didn’t know …
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Turner-Dodge Festival of Trees honors storytelling through decor
If the story of Rudolph didn’t make the red-nosed reindeer enough of a stud already, how about the time he and two elves built a …
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Queers Who Brunch puts LGBTQ+ discourse into a full meal
The holidays come with precious family time. The question for many LGBTQ people is, what makes a family — the genetic hand …
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New in Town: Veg-N Food Truck broadens vegan cuisine in Lansing
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 20 — Amid seeing only a few convenient options for vegan cuisine in Lansing, Christabelle Dozeman, co-founder of …
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Ask a bartender: From best drinks to bar fights
Girl and the Goat: Christian Gray Voted “Best Bartender” in this year’s Top of the Town, Christian Gray is a …
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Jersey Giant sets up shop on Lansing’s east side 
THURSDAY, Nov. 14 — Jersey Giant has new digs: Lansing’s eastside. Since replacing Subway earlier this month, …
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Bar prep with a purpose
Lansing bars will welcome new faces to the frontlines thanks to a zero-barrier, eight-week training program designed to equip industry …
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