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Editor's Pick: The Boy In The Bathroom

It's an award-winning musical about a boy living in his bathroom for a year ... aren't you the least bit curious?

Baked Goods That Feed Your Karma

When Anna Kaschner decided to go gluten-free after a kidney transplant, she didn't just change her diet ... she provided the Capital region with a tasty local source for gluten-free goodies through her business, Feed Your Karma.

Editor's Pick: Inaugual MINGLE MLK Jr. After Service Mixer

Are you planning to give back by volunteering on MLK Jr. Day? If so, why not join others for some socializing and networking after a day of service in your community!

Holiday Hiatus

It's that time of year again when everyone (including the staff here at Capital Gains) gets too busy to read all the fun publications they subscribe to. So, we make life easier by taking a break over the holiday season!

Best of Development 2011

Two-thousand-eleven has been a banner year for key development in the Greater Lansing area. It’s not just that there was an influx of any old type of building projects. The kind of development we saw in Lansing this year has been groundbreaking and innovative. They are the kind of projects inspired by collaboration, history and community - furthering growth across the region.

CG's Best Photos of 2011

A year-end issue wouldn't be complete without a recap of some of the awesome mastheads that have graced our publication in 2011.

Viewing The World From A Different Angle

A little over a year ago, Just B Yoga opened its doors, providing donation-based and free yoga, meditation and Tai Chi classes. Today the community is booming, offering people a new path for finding calm, stretching their muscles and their imaginations and looking at life in a new light.

Editor's Pick: Third Annual Launched Event

Join Lansing-area business leaders for a celebratory event toasting the recent accomplishments of innovators and entrepreneurs in the community.

Editor's Pick: NEO Center Grand Opening

NEO Center is finally open ... join them in celebrating this awesome partnership coming to fruition right here in the Capital region!

Shifting Perspective on the Local Holiday Economy

Holiday business is definitely booming in the Lansing area, but independent business owners don’t simply measure their success in only dollars and cents. The gauge for a profitable holiday season reaches beyond percentages for independents and ultimately does result in both a strengthened economy and, some would argue, more importantly, strengthened relationships and community.

Editor's Pick: Downtown East Lansing's Inaugural Winter Glow

Downtown East Lansing's first-ever Winter Glow event promises marshmallow roasting, hot chocolate, live reindeer and pictures with Mrs. Claus, too! You can't beat that kind of fun.

Inspiring A Greener Lansing

Five years ago, Denny Duchene decided his construction work needed a focal point. After some careful research, he noticed a void in the green building industry and piloted Inspired Green in 2009. Little did Denny know his company would see a 700 percent growth two years in a row. As he explains, though, his success has taken a lot self-evaluation and persistence.

Cultivating Art in Lansing

Lansing has tech incubators, and now it has an art incubator—or rather, a space for artists to work and interact. Yes, 4th Culture Studios is offering artists a place to work, play and create ...

Editor's Pick: 27th Annual Silver Bells in the City

One of the many perks about living in Michigan's capital is direct access to awesome events like Silver Bells in the City. Don't miss out on the action this Friday, Nov. 18, as we light the tree on the Capitol lawn and celebrate the coming holiday season with parades, fireworks and more!

Lansing Artisan Goes Against The Grain

Conscious design is the backbone of Old Town’s against the Grain design studio. Over the last few years, the company has worked to bring local artisans together to share their skills. Now they’re ready to grow on a bigger scale, building on a long-time dream of creating a truly sustainable artist community and teaching center.
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