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Lansing’s Juneteenth festival celebrates 26 years

What started as a 1993 get together brought to Lansing by Texas native Gordon Haskins, a member of the Mask Memorial CME Church, has blossomed into three days celebrating African American History.

Lansing Police investigate after officer strikes teenager

Lansing Police Chief Michael Yankowski will oversee an internal investigation into the use of force by an officer after eyewitness videos showed an officer apparently repeatedly striking a teenage runaway.

City Pulse June interview with Lansing Mayor Andy Schor

Lansing Mayor Andy Schor sits down with City Pulse editor and publisher Berl Schwartz for their monthly interview.

VIDEO: Lansing police officer strikes young girl 

City of Lansing officials are holding a press conference this afternoon after a video surfaced of a uniformed police officer striking what appears to be a young girl before escorting her into a police cruiser.  

Grand Avenue parking structure gets facelift with new mural   

Part of the North Grand Ramp parking structure, on Grand Avenue and OttawaStreet, is getting wrapped in a colorful vinyl design by a local artist. The project ends a nearly three-year collaboration between Downtown Lansing Inc. and the Greater Lansing Arts Council to place art on the building.  
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City Pulse on TV

City Pulse June interview with Lansing Mayor Andy Schor

Lansing Mayor Andy Schor sits down with City Pulse editor and publisher Berl Schwartz for their monthly interview.
City Pulse Radio Podcast

Why Congresswoman Elissa Slotkin supports gay rights

How did Congresswoman Elissa Slotkin, a Democrat from very Republican Holly, Michigan, on the other end of our congressional district, become an ally? For her, it was personal. Here’s what she told City Pulse editor and publisher Berl Schwartz.
Arts & Culture
‘Timeless’ Hairspray still holds
Can you hear the bells? That ‘60s R&B and the hiss of aerosol cans is the sound of “Hairspray” the musical at …
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‘Indecent’ traces complex history of Judasim, love and control
Peppermint Creek Theatre Co.’s final play of the season is a must-see for more reasons than can be covered in one review. …
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Turn it Down: Greg Nagy performs at UrbanBeat
Greg Nagy Friday, June 14 @ UrbanBeat, 1213 Turner St., Lansing. 18+, $5, 8 p.m. Flint native Greg Nagy isn’t your …
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Food
2019 Greater Lansing Farmers Market Guide
Here is an updated list of farmers market across Greater Lansing. Use the key to see what's available at the market, and what benefits …
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Pizza shop offering giant slices to open in Stadium District
A pizza oven will be firing 18-inch pizzas until 3 a.m. each weekend starting with this latest addition to downtown Lansing’s …
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He Ate/She Ate: Sansu
He Ate By MARK NIXON Before we get to my international arch-nemesis, the Dr. Evil of dining utensils, let us begin with two …
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