Rahel Musa is the owner and operator of her family business Teff-Riffic. Teff-Riffic is an Ethiopian food stand inside the Allen Market Place consisting of healthy vegan and vegetarian dishes.
Teff, a tiny gluten-free whole grain that is a nutritional powerhouse is Musa’s signature ingredient as she preps her Ethiopian dishes and creates her teff flour. Musa’s native country Eritrea, located just north of Ethiopia, is well known for growing teff and has been a staple of traditional Ethiopian cooking for thousands of years. Musa is bringing that tradition to Lansing.
Interview with Undra Brown Owner of OLE http://www.ole.com All photos are courtesy photos Undra Brown- creator and founder of OLE, has created a language exchange business in Lansing providing language teachers for individuals to learn different languages. Brown who is a Lansing Native is a young business owner and entrepreneur […]
The story of Jonathan Arias, founder and barber, of Cuts and Convos in Lansing, MI is an encouraging one for those who want to use nonprofits to improve others’ lives. Jonathan was a barber like any other, starting out offering barber services in college to his classmates and […]
Lansing Mosaic interviewed Victor Wandzel who is the founder of a mobile application called MuseMe. MuseMe is a social media, music application that allows you to create connections with others based on shared music interest. This application is still under development by his coders, Alex Grein and Dinesh Kamarajan, and […]