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Happy 2020, Lansing! Hard as it is to believe, the planet has completed a full circuit since our last People Issue. It’s time to pluck another bouquet of interesting humans for your edification … more
It’s a new year. We asked dozens of local leaders how can we resolve to make Greater Lansing a better place in 2020?  more
You ever watch one of those boxing matches where the combatants spend much of their time dancing around the ring and jabbing into the other person’s gloves? more
The sprawling wasteland north of MSU is another matter. Architects have begun to buzz about, of all places, Chandler Crossing, the vast matrix of apartment houses north of MSU. more
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Rotary Park, the new urban hangout on the Grand River just north of the Lansing Center, may be small, but it was a smash hit when it opened in late summer, and it may be a game-changer for the city. more
A recap of the biggest stories City Pulse covered this year more
A vacant elementary school in Southwest Lansing is poised to become McLaren Health Care’s newest medical facility, combined with a cafe, various retail and residential space — and  a community center to boot.  more
I traded a tattoo for this 1978 Gibson SG 20 years ago. It’s not very pretty to look at, but man I’ve written so many songs with this guitar and recorded so many tracks, albums — you name it. more
James Daly holds a momentous distinction in Michigan’s budding recreational marijuana industry. more
The Lansing City Council voted Monday to beef up a city parking ordinance that bans parking from 2 a.m. to 5 a.m. more
U.S. Rep. Elissa Slotkin, D-Holly, publicly defended her decision today to support impeaching President Donald Trump for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress only hours after releasing her intention in a Detroit Free Press opinion article.  more
Before Sarah Zastrow began working in farm stress management, she was an emergency medical technician. more
Cyber security requires constant updates and reviews, experts say — and a group of Michigan volunteers that provides rapid response to attacks on government data just got one of its own. more
Winter may leave a chill, but the Hartwick Pines winter program schedule aims to warm people up to the idea of being outside. more
After 24 years of service, Biggby’s original location is closing. more
The Lansing City Council is poised to vote Monday on legislation that would beef up parking enforcement and charge residents an annual fee for the right to park overnight on local streets.  more
Local conservative talk show host Tim Barron will no longer be able to serve on a volunteer advisory board after some Lansing City Council members moved to block his reappointment.  more
While local government officials and activists continue to explore ways to fund repairs at Lansing’s Moores Park Pool, concerns over rising maintenance costs paired with environmental concerns could stall it from reopening. more
A national consulting firm pegged the cost of Lansing’s hoped-for civic performing arts center Monday at $45 million to $60 million and reported that it would likely operate at a yearly shortfall of $640,000, while generating millions of dollars in economic impact and bringing about 150,000 people downtown each year. more
The wild days of almost unchecked overnight parking on the streets of the capital city may be coming to a close as the Lansing City Council looks to ramp up enforcement and introduce paid permits by sometime early next year. more
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