Purple Michigan is a six-part series reporting on the presidential campaign in Michigan in different locations across the state. This series is paid for by contributions from you to the City Pulse Fund for Community Journalism. To contribute, please go to lansingcitypulse.com/donation.
When it comes to issues over which local elected officials have much control, social equity and equality are two. They may not be able to do much about COVID-19 and the economy, but they can help our communities deal with and overcome the byproducts of racism.
On this edition of City Pulse On the Air, editor and publisher Berl Schwartz continues his conversation about the 2020 presidential election with MSU political scientist Matt Grossmann. Schwartz also interviews Ingham County Commissioner and voting analyst Mark Grebner.
Deadtime Stories, a bookstore specializing in all things spooky, has opened up in Thrift Witch’s Dark Arts Market, just in time for Halloween.
In a normal world, Monica Ramirez-Montagut, the new director of MSU’s Broad Art Museum, would be all over the place by now, spreading the news about the latest art at the Broad and exhibits to come.
Donald Trump’s second son is slated to make a campaign stop tomorrow afternoon in Lansing at Schlegel Sand and Gravel on Wood Road.
A Democratic candidate for the Ingham County Board of Commissioners has been given less than two weeks to fix a series of mistakes in his campaign finance report or risk falling further out of compliance with state law, county officials said.
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The state’s hospitality industry adjusted to COVID-19 with mixed results but now there’s a new challenge: winter.
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You won’t find barns and silos in Detroit.
Reporter Cole Tunningley speaks with locals Jo Shoup and Ashley Stommen about the coronavirus' impact on nightlife in Lansing. Music editor Rich Tupica closes things out with a track by early Motown act Nick & the Jaguars.
Another satellite office for Lansing City Clerk Chris Swope will open next week as the third full-service location to register to vote and pick up and return absentee ballots.
A candidate for Ingham County Board of Commissioners has been fined $1,000 after he filed a report on campaign spending three months late — and only after City Pulse reported that he appeared to have violated state law.
Casa de Rosado is kicking off its yearly Dia de Los Muertos celebration with a sugar skull kit distribution effort.
Lansing and East Lansing have released guidelines on how to properly celebrate the spooky holiday.
Ingham County attorneys have weighed in: It’s OK for members of the county’s Democratic Caucus to discuss partisan politics at county-facilitated public meetings.