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The rebirth of the Mid-Michigan Creative Alliance

What was once the Lansing Advertising Club is now a group of individuals from a diverse creative backgrounds called the Mid-Michigan Creative Alliance ... and they are reinventing the ideals of one of Michigan's oldest advertising clubs.

Editor's Pick: Fenner Nature Center's Apple Butter Festival

Two words ... apple butter. Learn how to make apple butter deliciousness this weekend at Fenner Nature Center's Apple Butter Festival!

App Makers in Lansing

Everyone knows “there’s an app for that,” but who is making all these apps? Capital Gains takes a look at three Lansing firms who make apps: Traction, Web Ascender and Gravity Works.

Editor's Pick: Capital City DJ Olympics

This weekend will be the second of four Capital City DJ Olympic trials going on throughout the month of October. This is a talent-filled event you don't want to miss!

Innovation at Impression 5

Impression 5 Science Center ... a place chock-full of innovation and creativity. But who are some of the folks responsible for making it all happen? Meet them in this week's issue.

Capital Gains Speaker Series: Embracing Diversity

Why is diversity important to the growth and development (both economic and cultural) of a city? Join us at Art Alley for this month's speaker series as we discuss how diversity plays a key role in a city's depth, and how well Lansing's doing at embracing it.

Choosing Lansing: Jeff and Allie Siarto

Last year over Thanksgiving, Jeff and Allie Siarto visited family and friends in Michigan. The newlyweds, both in their mid-20's, had been itching to leave Chicago for some time and always entertained the idea of returning. That quickly became a reality after a fantastic few days in Michigan. Less than two months later, they made the big move.

Capital Gains Speaker Series: Embracing Diversity

Why is diversity important to the growth and development (both economic and cultural) of a city? Join us at Art Alley for this month's speaker series as we discuss how diversity plays a key role in a city's depth, and how well Lansing's doing at embracing it.

Editor's Pick: City Saunter for Peace One Day

What would the world look like for a day, if everyone committed to a cease fire/non violence? Well, thanks to a global initiative called Peace One Day, we can all take time out of our day to celebrate what peace could look in our world. Join other Lansing area residents at Moores Park to experience the day.

Choosing Lansing: Melissa Dey Hasbrook

Melissa Dey Hasbrook prefers to vacation at Trout Lake between Christmas and New Year’s when it’s gorgeous and quiet and peaceful. She always wanted to live abroad but after living in Belgium, decided it was too “institutionally-oriented” and didn’t fit her “poetry culture.” In short, Lansing’s Melissa Dey Hasbrook is someone with whom you want to have a cup of Chai.


CG Slide Show: Photos From The Inaugural Capital City DragonBoat Race

Miss out on the festivities, fun and camaraderie from the city's first ever dragon boat race? Not to worry, these photos will make you feel like you were there, but also slightly jealous for not being there to see it in person.

Lansing Eateries Buying Local

Getting our food from local sources – and supporting those restaurants and other establishments that do – makes sense in more ways than one. Local food tastes better, it’s healthier, it makes local farmers happy and preserves family farms. It enhances the character of our community ... and best of all, it’s the right thing to do. We talked with a  few eateries in the Lansing area who are also buying  local to support our region.

Editor's Pick: Capital City Dragon Boat Race

If you aren't heading to a lake this Labor Day weekend, then head to Downtown Lansing for the inaugural Capital City Dragon Boat Race on Sunday, Sept. 4!

Choosing Lansing: Jess and Ryan Knott

Jess and Ryan Knott are likely one of the most engaged, community-focused and approachable couples in the Capital region. Divvying up their time between work, study and groups and causes like the Lansing Derby Vixens and TEDx Lansing, they miraculously still manage to find time to discover their city and enjoy their beloved pets. Find out why they bleed green and white and love Lansing as much as they do.

 


Editor's Pick: Lansing Collective's First Birthday Bash

Don't know what the Lansing Collective is? Then find out tonight at the Waterfront Bar and Grill for the Lansing Collective's First Birthday Bash!  

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