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Neighborhood associations make Lansing feel like home

Three Lansing neighborhood association leaders share their love for their community and why they’re committed to making their neighbors feel at home.

Lansing's recent rank as an affordable city confirms love is here to stay

A popular website with a knack for creating well-researched top 10 lists recently identified Lansing as one of the nation's most affordable, mid-sized cities—adding one more proof that people love Lansing and choose to make the Capital City home. 

Should I stay or should I go? The question LGBT families are asking in Lansing and across Michigan

A civil rights group recently ranked Michigan as one of the worst states for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people to live. Find out more about the challenges Lansing-area LGBT families face and how members of the community are working hard to provide a welcoming place where all people are free to live, work, and play. 
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Eastside

Eastside

With its swath of stable neighborhoods centered along the stretch of Michigan Avenue between downtown and the Frandor Shopping Center at US-127, the Eastside neighborhood boasts an engaged, entrepreneurial and diverse mix of residents and shopkeepers alike. The commercial district along Michigan Avenue hosts popular bakeries, bookstores, coffee shops and ethnic restaurants, while the parks and weekly farmerís market along Kalamazoo Street quickly add new fans.