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Search for the Best Pad Thai in Town

Lansing has many Thai restaurants, and writer, Daniel J. Hogan went on a quest to find out which one has the best Pad Thai.

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Quest for the best vegetarian meal in Lansing

If you're a vegetarian in the Capital region, or simply one who adores veggie cuisine, make sure you've already eaten before venturing into this piece about one writer's quest to find the best vegetarian meal here.

Reminiscing with #ImSoLansing

This week, we take a look at some old articles we've done over the years, of Lansing’s food establishments – past and present - as we jump on the #ImSoLansing bandwagon to celebrate some of what was and is about belonging to this community.

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Lansing United unites Lansing

Nearly 2,000 people packed Archer Stadium at the East Lansing Soccer Complex as Lansing United, the capital area’s new semi-pro soccer club, made their debut.

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Jewelry that becomes the oxygen of the future

Searching for something both eco-friendly and super trendy this summer? Well look no further than Future Oxygen - a company in the Capital region specializing in plantable jewelry, ornaments and stationary.

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Downtown Lansing in Detroit: What 1,300 downtown professionals are learning from Detroit this week

Lansing area downtown development organizations are in Detroit this week for the National Main Street Conference. We'll look at the impact of Main Street here in Lansing, as well as what downtowns across the nation are learning from Detroit.

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Local musicians go solo

Meet two musicians from the Capital region who are making a living as recording artists, loving it and doing well. 

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Lansing's growing niche of coffee roasters

The Capital region is now home to a multitude of small roasting companies, many who started their business with nothing more than a love for (and growing knowledge of) coffee. 

Interested in freelancing with Capital Gains?

Capital Gains Media is looking for connected, reliable writers with a passion for covering entrepreneurism, innovation, arts, culture and more in the Capital region. 

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Supporting a culture of youth entrepreneurship in Lansing and beyond

The first annual Pure Lansing Celebrates Youth Entrepreneurship event gave student entrepreneurs from across the state the chance to have their ideas heard and encouraged by those who could help them build their businesses in the future.

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Block Imaging, where people matter

Sometimes, people switch careers as a favor to a friend and end up starting a globally-utilized medical imaging equipment company right here in the Capital region. Block Imaging's former president did just that, and now has a legacy for his family and community.

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Giving musicians a Running Start into entrepreneurism

The innovative Running Start program at Michigan State University is tailored to help musicians become entrepreneurs to pursue their musical passions and perform/compose/create for a living.

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Michigan gets serious about keeping money and jobs out of the landfill through recycling

Michigan may be great at recycling beverage containers, but that's where the Mitten State's recycling fame ends. A new state-led effort is hoping to change that by making it easier to recycle and building local markets so we can keep money -- and jobs -- out of the landfill.

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East Lansing goes to market with upgrades for Valley Court Park

A centrally-located park near the heart of East Lansing's downtown will undergo a facelift this spring, improving conditions for the popular grower's-only farmer's market and building on the city's increasing sense of place. 

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Eaton Rapids eyes riverfront development with adaptive reuse of historic property

A historic woolen mill near the confluence of two rivers has inspired a post-industrial vision for Eaton Rapids as developers and civic leaders look to bring activity back to the riverfront.
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