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Christopher Nagy

Christopher Nagy is an editor for M3 Group. He is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University and has more than 25 years of experience in journalism. His three Essential Truths of Life are: Mounds over Almond Joy, Red Vines over Twizzlers and Skor over Heath.

Christopher Nagy


The Rich Tapestry of Neighborhoods: Sylvan Glen residents stay connected through a common purpose

The phrase “good fences make good neighbors” comes from the Robert Frost poem “Mending Wall.” However, fences seem to be few and far between throughout th…

The Drink Slingers: Three Local Mixologists Offer a Glimpse Behind the Bar

Counselor, confidant, craftsperson, composer. If the stage or the DJ booth provides the beating pulse at any local nightspot, then the bar is the nerve ce…

Professional Fellowship and Support: A Q&A with Sara Frank-Hepfer of The Lansing Women’s Forum

What is the Lansing Women’s Forum? The Lansing Women’s Forum is a monthly meeting where women gather to support each other in business. There are no dues or…

Paws and Effect: Robotic pets provide seniors with companionship and comfort

Comfort and memory are lifelong partners, according to Amy Wilczek.  “They go together,” said the director of placement for Oasis Senior Advisors in Great…

Technology Timewarp: Everything old is new again in these two-steps-back tech trends

There’s a lot to be said when it comes to hoarding what you have, especially when it concerns technology. Apparently, if you just stand pat and stay still lo…

A Hero for the Holidays: More than a role, Santa is a calling for Roger Weyersberg

Roger Weyersberg isn’t a superhero.  However, the way he turns heads and leaves a trail of young eyes wide with wonderment and mouths agape in speechless …

Food, Friends and Local Farms Are the Focus at ELFCO

For just over a year, an oasis in the food desert of one of Lansing’s most eclectic neighborhoods has been serving up a plate of convenience with a side of c…

Making the Leap: A Q&A with Christopher Haman and Tosha Haman-Hettler of Toads Coffee

When did Toads Coffee open, and how/why did you get into the coffee arena? Toads opened its doors to the public in early March of 2022. The decision to open…

2023 Entrepreneur of the Year — Groovy Donuts: Andrew and Monica Gauthier Prove to be Business Trailglazers

It’s staggering to think how many ideas and dreams have been hatched over a coffee and a doughnut.  Perhaps former Wall Street investment banker Andrew Ga…

A Healing Practice: Toni Thomas brings balance to others at Salt Yoga

The inner presence and knowledge discovered on her own past journey are assisting Toni Thomas to serve as a guide for others in the present.  “Yoga is 100…