By Jada Simone This Month we got the opportunity to speak with Meghan Martin, Program Manager for the Arts Council of Greater Lansing. The Arts Council of Greater Lansing supports many diverse artists and is helping the community engage with… Read More ›
Allen Neighborhood Center Joan Nelson is the executive director of Allen Neighborhood Center. The center is a community development agency serving the northeast quadrant of the city of Lansing, with the focus on health education, food access, housing improvement, social… Read More ›
Lansing Mosaic Caught up with Delon Delafosse who is the owner of Blings and Things By Delon. Her business sells jewelry and accessories. Delafosse explains what motivated her to start her own jewelry business and how she networks in Lansing,… Read More ›
Lansing Mosaic provides a well diverse theme of events to help showcase Lansing’s Diverse business culture. We aim to partner with other organizations who help to foster economic/community growth in the Lansing Region and Organizations who are providing programing, resources… Read More ›
Lansing Mosaic caught up with Justin McMahan owner of Justin McMahan Photography. Justin McMahan is a professional photographer specializing in lifestyle and event photography capturing unforgettable memories for clients. LM: Tell us about your business? Justin: Justin McMahan Photography is… Read More ›
The Lansing Economic Area Partnership will be hosting its 4th annual Hatched event on December 28th featuring nine winners from their 2017 monthly business pitch competition to compete for a $10,000 grand prize. Lansing Mosaic caught up with one of… Read More ›
Lansing Economic Area Partnership will be hosting its 4th annual Hatched event on December 28th featuring nine winners from their 2017 monthly business pitch competition to compete for a $10,000 grand prize. Lansing Mosaic caught up with one of the… Read More ›
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.
http://www.curlitude.com All photos of McNajeema are taken by Justin McMahan NaJeema’s Motivational Quote: “I create for myself and sell the leftovers!” Lansing, MI-NaJeema Iman is the owner and Artist of her embracing business known as Curlitude. Curlitude is an art brand… Read More ›
The Greater Lansing Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Host Meet & Greet with State Representative & Mayorial Candidate Andy Schor
The Greater Lansing Hispanic Chamber of Commerce hosted a Meet and Greet with State Representative, 68th District (Lansing & Lansing Township) Andy Schor on April 10th in Old Town Lansing. Andy Schor is a Democrat candidate running for Lansing Mayor…. Read More ›