Lansing City Market

Lansing City Market
Reginald Hardwick / WKAR-MSU

During Monday's Lansing City council meeting, mayor Andy Schor will propose to the council to end a ballot initiative to sell the Lansing City Market while it decides what to do with the property. Last week, WKAR's Reginald Hardwick talked with Mayor Schor in his office about the future of the market, which sits next to the Lansing Convention Center.

Courtesy / Lansing City Market

Correction: we initially reported the incorrect date for the public conversation. It will be on July 26.


Lansing Mayor Andy Schor announced there will be a public conversation at Lansing City market next Thursday, July 26 from 6-8 pm to discuss ideas for the building’s future. Katie Cook has more.



The Grand Concert Series, FREE | The Lansing City Market and WKAR are excited to announce the return of the summer concerts on the riverfront! 

Judy Putnam with Sue Carter
Scott Pohl/WKAR

Current State talks to Lansing State Journal columnist Judy Putnam about her recent columns on the Lansing City Market and taxidermy squirrels, among other topics. 

City Pulse’s Hirten: Lansing should unload BWL, City Market

Jun 8, 2015


Every week, our first guest shares his views in the pages of the Lansing City Pulse, where he serves as Associate Publisher.

Recently, Mickey Hirten has opined on a potential sale of the Lansing Board of Water and Light--a good move in his view--and the future of the Lansing City Market.

Current State checks in with Mickey on those issues and his upcoming column  that will look into a recent initiative by the Catholic Diocese of Lansing to assist the poor in the city of Flint.