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Southside Hawk Island Park - Photo Dave Trumpie
Southside Hawk Island Park - Photo Dave Trumpie
Encompassing the large collection of neighborhoods generally south of I-496, Lansing’s Southside is a big area with numerous commercial strips running north and south along Cedar, MLK and Pennsylvania streets. In addition to its strong residential focus, which shines through in places like the long-stable Colonial Village, the area also supports many beautiful parks and amenities such as Potter Park Zoo. The South Lansing commercial areas near Edgewood Blvd. mark the city’s southern boundary.

Southside Features

Slowly but surely connecting parks and trails systems in Ingham County

A new director and a new millage will amount to some major changes in Ingham County, like new and more connected systems of trails and parks. Hear more about what the Parks Department has planned.

The truth about my love for Lansing

Capital Gains' Managing Editor isn't a Lansing native. And to be honest, she wasn't a big fan of the city when she first moved here nine years ago. Still, she gets involved, loves what's happening here and is now a huge cheerleader for the entire capital region. This is how she came to #LoveLansing.
 

Lansing Roots: Giving farming and gardening entrepreneurs a chance to grow

Next time you buy a delicious bunch of locally grown carrots at a farmer's market, or enjoy fresh snap peas or mustard greens at a neighborhood restaurant, you may well be supporting a new farmer who got their market garden up and running with the Lansing Roots Program.

Lansing's growing Turning Point program transforms boys into men

Turning Point is a burgeoning mentoring program in the Capital region serving African American and Hispanic young men. Following an Afro-centric curriculum based on the seven principles of Kwanzaa, the volunteer-run program provides crucial social and relational skills needed for the adult world.

The Quest for Lansing's Best Burger

The summer's heating up and grills are being lit, so Capital Gains sent two intrepid writers out on the streets to find Lansing's best-tasting beef on a bun. 
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