Thanks to Sarah Pierce, there’s a means for everyone in Greater Lansing to live a richer life. It’s 517 Living, a website where users can share and tap into local business offerings and events. “I was looking for ways to live a more interesting life,” she said. “Greater Lansing has a lot of hidden gems, […]
Each month the GLBM team takes a trending news topic and breaks it down visually. This breakdown helps to better explain the content and gives insight into the intricacies and details of news that affects our community. This month’s topic: Let Us Entertain You.
Goss fights for socioeconomic status for African Americans Anika Goss aims high and dreams big. She is an eternal optimist, a tried-and-true believer, whose commitment to carrying out her mission and vision – that the African American middle-class family can make a difference in her life and the lives of others – is unwavering. Goss […]
During his 2019 State of the City address, Lansing Mayor Andy Schor announced the conversion of multiple downtown streets from one-way to two-way. By mid-2020, Capitol Avenue, Grand Avenue, Ottawa Street, Allegan Street, Pine Street and Walnut Street will all become two-way streets. While in the past, costs to make this change have been prohibitive, […]
One of the most popular questions we receive here at Transworld is “how much is my business worth?” Most often, people are disappointed in our valuation as their expectations are beyond what the market will pay. But today is your lucky day, because I am going to outline 10 ways to increase the value of your […]
There’s nothing like dining out, especially when it means dining outdoors, and many area restaurateurs are discovering that patio seating is a win-win for them and their customers. The proof of the pudding is in the percentages, with studies showing that patio seating can boost guest check sales by up to 30 percent. Also known […]