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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.

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.

Local musicians go solo

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

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. 

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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Anne Harcus

In 1993, after returning from the East Coast, Lansing native Anne Harcus and her partner, Mark Holoweiko, co-founded Stony Point Communications. This week, Harcus will give readers a glimpse into running a virtual business, and how the Lansing of her childhood has transformed itself into the Lansing of today.


David Hollister

Often credited with sparking the original turn-around in downtown Lansing, David Hollister spent his three terms as Lansing’s mayor securing a new transportation center, minor league baseball and new investments from GM. Today, as president and CEO of the Prima Civitas Foundation, he's still working to secure a brighter future for the Mid-Michigan economy.
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ePrize

EPrize has been part of what founder and CEO Josh Linkner calls a "reverse brain drain," attracting employees from the coasts to work at the Internet promotion agency. Watch their story here.
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