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You can take this to the bank: Before the year ends, Donald Trump will become the third American president to be impeached by the House of Representatives more
By 11 a.m. last Wednesday, over 40 people shuffled sadly in front of the deli counter at Roma Bakery in Lansing. There were no more numbers to take. more
Thank you for your outpouring of support for City Pulse in the face of a misguided and inconsistent decision by the Kroger Co. to ban free publications from its stores nationwide. Nearly 1,200 of you have signed a petition asking Kroger to reconsider; many of you have also called or written Kroger. Your efforts are deeply appreciated — and important. more
Leticia Wills staked out her ground up the road from the shuttered GM Delta Township Assembly with her more seasoned fellow auto workers as a thunderstorm approached. more
This is my favorite thing because I have used many bass head amps and this one has the most authentic sound to it. It sounds like an old tube amplifier even though it has no tubes in it. more
A mob of people swarmed the Grand Traverse Pie Co. in East Lansing today to see Ingham County’s freshman congresswoman, Elissa Slotkin, as the chaos of Washington came home.  more
The Lansing City Council pushed through its recreational marijuana ordinance on Monday before the deadline, but two Council members opposed it after the majority failed to include any provisions for social equity.  more
Scooters are suddenly back on Lansing’s sidewalks, allowing the capital city’s young professionals to whiz along downtown from the office to their cars with the wind in their hair.  more
This week’s eyesore is a look back at a previous eyesore from May 2012, a stately old home from 1887 that had trees growing up through the porch the last time we looked, a rental property owned by former East Lansing Mayor Vic Loomis. more
City Finance Director Angela Bennett quietly resigned from city government last week, marking the latest departure of department heads under Mayor Andy Schor. more
A dispute over a rewrite of the Ingham County ethics policy has spilled over into bad blood between at least two county commissioners, who each accuse the other of wanting to cut corners on ethics. more
Customers always ask if they are the same ones. And I tell them, 'That’s them.' We bought them in the ’90s and they hung out in Music Manor for a few years before being brought here. more
East Lansing became just the second city in Michigan this month to ban gay conversion therapy for minors, but the Council was surprisingly divided, 3 to 2, cutting along unexpected lines. more
When it comes to impeaching Donald Trump, Lansing’s congresswoman may be the canary in the coal mine. more
U.S. Rep. Elissa Slotkin said if recent accusations about President Donald Trump strong-arming the Ukrainian president to investigate potential 2020 opponent Joe Biden are true, "We're in a new era" and "Congress should exercise its full authority on those issues." more
This is the complete series of “In Search of Lost Time,” by Marcel Proust, which is the longest novel ever written. more
The Michigan Supreme Court has denied an appeal to the Waterfront Bar & Grill in its dispute with the city of Lansing over occupying space in the Lansing City Market.  more
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer notified state employees this week that 38,000 state employees could be placed on a temporary lay-off if state government is forced to shut down Oct. 1 for lack of a 2020 budget. more
Lansing appears poised to open its marijuana provisioning centers to the general adult public in November, but the city will likely fall short of a full embrace of legal weed at least before 2020. more
The Genesee Street School may never be the vibrant heart of the neighborhood again, but the structure has a new lease on life. By this time next year, the classrooms should be filling up with as many as three dozen small studio and loft apartments. more
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