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Two longtime leaders of Lansing’s African American community are concerned about race relations here, particularly in the Police Department and the Mayor’s Office more
Natasha Atkinson was let go as a member of Mayor Andy Schor’s personal staff in February. In a recorded video interview, she paints a picture of an office in which the leadership did not respond to her suggestions for ways to improve race relations within the office and with the public. more
Lansing City Council President Peter Spadafore discusses the use of tear gas on protesters in Lansing and other issues, including the city budget, with City Pulse editor & publisher Berl Schwartz. more
Jack C. Davis, a lawyer, arts patron and champion of many causes — often with his checkbook — died last week. more
Jack C. Davis, who died yesterday after a brief illness, left an indelible mark on Lansing. Former Mayor Virg Bernero and former Lansing School board member Robin Lewis share their memories of their dear friend with City Pulse editor and publisher Berl Schwartz. more
Bob Trezise Jr. is the president and CEO of LEAP — the Lansing Area Economic Partnership, which is backed by a consortium of government and private businesses to foster development in Greater Lansing. more
Tim Daman, president and CEO of the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce, shares his thoughts on several topics. more
Brent Knight joined Lansing Community College as president in 2008. Twelve years later, as he prepares to end his tenure, he shares with editor and publisher Berl Schwartz the challenges and accomplishments he faced as he led LCC’s recovery from a difficult period that saw a drumbeat of negative news.  more
State Sen. Curtis Hertel, D-East Lansing, sat down for a video interview with City Pulse editor and publisher Berl Schwartz. more
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor answered questions today on the city’s response to the coronavirus emergency. He and City Pulse publisher Berl Schwartz talked today via webcam. more
“Wynken, Blynken and Nod survive,” predicts Lansing Mayor Andy Schor, referring to the fate of the three BWL smokestacks that the city has adopted as its symbol. more
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor discusses his vision for the City Market as well as how posterity may treat him in his monthly interview with City Pulse’s Berl Schwartz. more
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor expresses his concern about possibly losing the deal to replace City Hall with a hotel. City Pulse editor and publisher Berl Schwartz talks to him about that and other issues facing the city in the latest installment of their monthly conversations. more
Here is an in-depth discussion of the Kroger Co.’s decision to ban City Pulse and all other free publications, which takes effect in Lansing next week. This clip comes from the Editor & Publisher Magazine podcast. more
Development, a performing arts center, trash pickup, the new BWL plant and who should be the Democratic presidential nominee are some of the issues Lansing Mayor Andy Schor discussed with City Pulse’s editor and publisher Berl Schwartz in their monthly interview. more
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