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Need some fresh ideas to kill some time this weekend? Here's a smattering of events gathered by City Pulse that are going down this Saturday and Sunday. more
After years of obscurity, after a slowly swelling grassroots cult following grew, Rodriguez finally got his due. more
The Great Lakes region is known for its natural beauty, drawing millions of visitors every year. Tourism is one of the region’s biggest contributors to its economy. more
Need plans for the weekend? Why not check out the Meridian Township Farmers’ Market’s renovated digs? The market is stepping in 2021 on Saturday by opening up its winter season outdoors at its new Marketplace on the Green Venue at 1995 Central Park Drive, Okemos. more
Michigan State University is inviting the public to take a virtual tour through the halls of its world-renowned Facility for Rare Isotope Beams. Attendees can check out how world-class nuclear research is conducted at MSU, and will even get to scope out locations where in-person tours are not allowed to visit. more
Lume Cannabis Co. opened its doors for adult-use marijuana sales last February — marking the first pot shop to launch in Owosso since recreational weed was legalized in Michigan in 2018. more
In lieu of a live event, the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commission of Mid-Michigan is taking its signature MLK Day celebration to the airwaves. more
Brown’s favorite thing is a Honda VTX1800. He explained why riding his motorcycle is so therapeutic. more
If you grew up in Greater Lansing, or have spent time hanging out on Michigan State University’s campus, you probably have a great story about Pinball Pete’s. The arcade hall and Spartan stomping ground is an epicenter for first dates, birthday parties and otherwise unforgettable nights out. Now, amid the devastating coronavirus pandemic, Pinball Pete’s is calling on the public for help. more
Early indications look like 2021 will be a very good year for reading. At the beginning of each year, I compile a list of books I want to read. The following list does not include political tomes on the recent election or the future of democracy. Those will come later. more
It’s a new year, so what better time to catch up with some new businesses in town? more
Tiffany Hannay is a musician who performs as the rhythm guitarist and lead singer of the Lansing rock group Rodeo Boys. When she’s not rocking the microphone or the six-string, she’s working in lumber and volunteering at wildlife rescues. Her favorite thing is a taxidermy opossum that she has named “Dixie.” more
The Botanical Co. opened its doors for recreational and medical sales last month near the Capital Region International Airport. And though the family-owned business has yet to harvest its own crops, that hasn’t stopped them from stocking great cannabis products. more
This is January 2021, and City Pulse’s annual People Issue had to go completely virtual, like everything else. more
Jose Aste moved to Lansing in 2013 after growing up in Miami. Aste gave up a career in aviation for his true passion: cooking. more
In November, Lansing Mayor Andy Schor appointed Guadalupe Ayala to be the city’s first diversity, equity and inclusion officer. more
Amy Bigman has been the rabbi at Congregation Shaarey Zedek in East Lansing since 2007. Bigman, 55, was born in Chicago and raised in metro Detroit. more
Melina Brann, 27, has been executive director of the Women’s Center of Greater Lansing since last March and has lived in Lansing for the last three years. more
Jerry Norris started The Fledge, a Lansing community center that provides all sorts of services, to give back to the city that “raised him.” more
Artist Bob Rose, 63, is a west sider, living a short walk from Verlinden Street. He is committed to promoting the city with his public art. more
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