Tell me about City Pulse
The City Pulse is the alternative news source for Lansing, MI. Founded in 2001 by Berl Schwartz, the City Pulse has won a number of awards for its coverage. The City Pulse publishes a free weekly newspaper as well as its website.
Is City Pulse Non-Profit?
No, the City Pulse is owned and operated by Berl Schwartz. That said, Berl is a lifetime journalist who started the City Pulse in order to “give the establishment a hard time.” Money given to City Pulse goes to support its journalism.
Is my gift to the City Pulse tax-deductible?
No, the City Pulse is a business. You are supporting home-grown journalism when you give to the City Pulse.
I would like to make a tax deductible donation to fund better journalism for Lansing. How do I do that?
City Pulse set up a nonprofit fund to support better journalism for the Lansing metro. You can give to the City Pulse Fund for Investigative Journalism by going here.
I want to give via check. How do I do that?
If you would like to send a check to City Pulse, the business, make your check out to City Pulse. If you would like to give to the nonprofit fund, make your check out to the City Pulse Fund for Investigative Journalism. Mail your check to City Pulse, attn: Suzi Smith, 1905 E. Michigan Ave, Lansing MI 48912
I have a tip or a story idea. Who do I tell?
Contact Kyle Kaminski, firstname.lastname@example.org
I have a complaint about City Pulse. Who do I tell?
You can email us at email@example.com or send a note to our office, at 1905 E. Michigan Ave, Lansing MI 48912.