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Last week, we kicked off our 420 coverage with online Q&As featuring as many medical and recreational dispensaries as we could find in Greater Lansing. Several responses included fascinating details about how these local companies got started — and where they’re going.
Nobel Road staff mix ingredients and load packages of fudge brownie bites, among other cannabis-infused edibles, last Friday.
Lansing may never again have paczki like Sostine and Mena Castriciano could churn out at Roma Bakery and Deli. More than a century of combined baking experience with artisanal Italian goods can be hard to come by, and perhaps even more difficult to replace once it is gone.
The craft cannabis cuisiniers at Noble Road, however, are trying their best. The new occupants of the longtime home of Roma Bakery, at 428 N. Cedar St., in Lansing, are even using the same countertops, mixers and commercial ovens that made the Castriciano family recipes famous — though these particular confections are filled with a bit more than just ricotta cheese.
COVID-19 vaccines from Johnson & Johnson will no longer be administered in Ingham County — or anywhere else in Michigan — until health officials can better assess six reports (of more than 6.8 million doses nationwide) of women who developed blood clots after their vaccinations.
Proposed changes to marijuana licensing laws in Lansing could help pave the way for more women and people of color to get involved in the local cannabis industry.