Handmade soaps and oils, vinegars and jams, herbs, cheeses, syrups, pickles, and so much more in terms of locally-sourced unique gifts for your host, hostess, or holidays. But get down to the market on Sunday! It's your last chance this year.
This weekend (September 23 and 24) offers two chances to listen to live music. Friday night brings EL bands and visual artists together for an all-ages show at The Record Lounge, and Saturday there will be live musical and comedy performances day and night at The Avenue to support Helping Women Period.
East Lansing landlords have again appealed to the State for favorable legislation, raising tensions with homeowners in older, rental-heavy neighborhoods like Bailey, Chesterfield Hills, Southeast Marble, Red Cedar, and Oakwood. What's coming next in this scene?
The Marathon station at the southeast corner of Abbot Road and Saginaw Street will be completely rebuilt with a new design that incorporates art made by ELPS students, a bike repair station and more trees.
What happened at this week's City Council? El Azteco was praised, the deer came up again, an entertainment license request was deferred, and much more. Michael Teager tells you about all of it in ELi's Council Capsule.
In a surprise move, a CATA leader has announced her retirement, while controversy over the BRT seems to be growing. East Lansing's City Council is set to talk about the plan at its September 20 meeting.
Residents on the northern edge of the City asked Council to require developers to install sidewalks along undeveloped properties on Coleman Road. This lead to a lively Council debate about balancing competing interests.