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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
Hundreds gathered at the Michigan State Capitol this afternoon to protest the certification of President-elect Joe Biden. more
The leader of the Michigan Liberty Militia said the men accused in a plot to kidnap and kill Gov. Gretchen Whitmer are “not guilty." more
Plans are underway to open a community center and emergency youth shelter in southwest Lansing. more
A floor speech by state Sen. Tom Barrett, R-Charlotte, last month alleged that Michigan Liquor Control Commission inspectors preyed on the “human compassion” of the owners of Charlie’s Bar and Grill in Potterville by suspending its liquor license for operating despite a state-ordered shutdown during the pandemic.  more
Lansing City Council President Peter Spadafore and Vice President Adam Hussain will retain their leadership roles on the Council in 2021 after their colleagues voted, 8-0, on Monday night to keep the same team as 2020. more
As part of Meridian Township's Village of Okemos project, the Travelers Club International Restaurant & Tuba Museum is undergoing demolition. A neighboring block, the former home of Bottoms Up Lingerie and Okemos Ace Hardware, is scheduled for demolition next week. more
Lansing City Councilman Brian Jackson hopes local residents will forgive his forgetfulness. more
As soon-to-be President-elect Joe Biden was celebrating the results of the primary in Michigan hours after polls closed, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer was facing down an array of TV cameras. It was March 10, the date COVID-19 was detected in Michigan. And it would consume the nation. more
Since March, at least 303 residents of Ingham, Eaton and Clinton counties have reportedly died from complications connected to COVID-19. May we all remember each one, allowing their memories and their lives to warm and inspire our lives in the weeks, months and years to come. more
No doubt 2020 wouldn’t have been such a train wreck without COVID-19. It has fundamentally changed life in Greater Lansing and across the country. more
How many times have we replayed those major points in life and wondered, what if I had …  more
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed a bipartisan relief bill this week that includes $55 million in grants for small businesses hit by COVID-19 and $45 million in direct unemployment payments for those laid off or furloughed as a result of the coronavirus. more
These are all pieces, elements of my life in the year 2020, the year we collectively experienced what at times seemed to be a complete unraveling of the senses of health, world, country and security that those who were lucky enough to experience previously had. more
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