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To Lansing residents, Common Ground may just be a popular music festival that happens every summer. To Local Lansing businesses, Common Ground is a help to their organization. Since its start in the year 2000, Common Ground has grown to become much more than a local festival.
In an era when newfangled music streaming services have contributed to the disintegration of albums and overall music purchasing is easily avoided, against all odds, vinyl culture paradoxically thrives and prospers.
From the local Lansing bar scene to sold out shows across the nation, Grant Kwiecinski, or more commonly known as GRiZ, has become one of the frontrunners of the electronic dance music (EDM) world.
East Lansing's annual Summer Concert Series is set to start this weekend, according to a release sent out by the City of East Lansing.
A Grand Rapids-based rock/funk/jazz fusion band has had success with its Midwest tour so far this summer.
Bored on a weekend? Check out these popular Lansing-area venues frequently showcasing popular bands.
Updated Monday at 4:43 p.m.
On Sunday at 6 p.m. around 100 people from the Lansing community gathered at the State Capitol to mourn the ones who were lost in the Orlando massacre from early Sunday morning.
Updated 2:15 p.m.
When in a rush it's easy to pick up food that isn't healthy. In a city with more than 50 restaurants, East Lansing doesn't count healthy food out. Places like Sultan's, located in Okemos and East Lansing, and Tropical Smoothie serve quick and healthy meals for customers on the go.
The former site of GrandRiver Coffee, which closed its doors during the summer of 2015, still remains bare.
Of the plethora of businesses in the downtown, 54 of them are eateries, according to the City of East Lansing's website. From chain sandwich shops and faux-Mexican to labeled authentic asian food and American delicacies of the cheeseburger, East Lansing provides a palate of ways to fix the hunger of it’s residents and students.
East Lansing City Council passed Ordinance No. 1372 by a unanimous vote, effectively amending the section of the City’s disorderly conduct code which prohibited persons to be within 300 feet of an open fire.
Updated 4:53 p.m.
There’s a place where the weather’s always sunny, the music’s always playing and the food’s always good. It’s called New Orleans, and it has caught the eye of Lansing residents.
Golden Harvest: many have heard of it, and many desire to go. A unique experience over warm, fresh and creative food awaits in the cozy establishment of Zane and Marie Vicknair. Travelers from all around find themselves in Old Town, Lansing on the corner of Turner Street trying a breakfast special. The cash-only restaurant offers a variety of breakfast and brunch foods that are made from locally grown and purchased products.
Due to the East Lansing City Council's 50/50 ordinance passed in the 1980s, all area bars opened after the legislation passed must sell as much food as they do alcohol.