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City Pulse On the Air, Aug. 18: Alligators, Blat Pack and co-housing


On this edition of City Pulse On the Air, production manager Skyler Ashley speaks to an alligator-owner and an alligator-expert to pick their brains about the wave of strange alligator stories that popped up across mid-Michigan.

Arts editor Audrey Matusz speaks with the Lansing hip-hop collective Blat Pack to discuss the project's roots, as well as its upcoming anniversary show at The Loft.

City Pulse reporter Dennis Burck takes into the cost-effective co-housing community. If you don’t mind doing dishes, chores and cooking an occasional meal for a household, co-housing is a viable option to live cheaply at around $400 a month with all utilities included.

Listen to City Pulse On the Air every Sunday, 10 a.m., on Impact 89 FM.


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