News From Downtown

Retail Art Gallery Opening In Downtown Lansing

A new retail art gallery opens Monday in Lansing. The Nelson Gallery is located in the former Liebermann’s storefront on South Washington Square.

The gallery is the brainchild of Jen Estill, owner of Redhead Design Studio.

The pandemic changed the way we eat and get food

The coronavirus pandemic changed many aspects of life, including how people eat, get groceries and enjoy food. Like almost everything else, the COVID-19 pandemic changed people’s relationship with food.
Burcay Gunguler, 45, and her husband, Aybars, opened Social Sloth café in downtown Lansing in August 2020. The couple created a space to share their love of Turkish baked goods and coffee, something Gunguler believes is missing from the city. Adhering to COVID-19 standards, the couple came up with unique ways to introduce people to their café.

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Now Hiring – DLI Outreach & Program Manager

Job Summary: The Programs and Outreach Manager is an integral part of the DLI staff team. This position is responsible for managing volunteer programming, residential communications, small business support programming and other projects that meet the objectives of...

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New contest to award winner office space

Leaders with the Downtown Lansing Inc., LEAP, and Dewpoint are now teaming up with other Lansing area organizations to launch a new contest that’ll provide the winner with office space and services to start up a new business in the downtown area.

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