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Carrie Steinweg

Carrie Steinweg is a freelance writer, photographer, author, and food and travel blogger who has lived in Lansing for 27 years. She most enjoys writing about food, people, history, and baseball. Her favorite Lansing Journal articles that she has written are: "Lan Oak Lanes attracts film crew," "Why Millennials are choosing Lansing," "Curtis Granderson returns home to give back," "The Cubs, the World Series, fandom, and family," and "Lansing's One Trick Pony Brewery: a craft beer oasis."

LARC’s Joey Glowacki to participate in 2018 Special Olympics USA Games

Joey surprised with special certificate from Thornton Township by Carrie Steinweg LANSING, Ill. (September 29, 2017) - A client of LARC, an agency in Lansing that serves adults with developmental disabilities, received some special recognition at LARC’s Annual Fish Fry on September 29. Joey Glowacki is headed to the 2018 Special...

Rancho Grande goes far beyond tacos and burritos

by Carrie Steinweg LANSING, Ill. (September 13, 2017) - Among Lansing’s diverse offerings of cuisine are several Mexican restaurants and markets that feature fresh, authentic meals in a sit-down or carry-out setting. You can’t go wrong at Tacos and Burritos Rancho Grande on Ridge Road. The eatery is one of...

Lan-Oak Lanes attracts film crew

Stars Jon Heder and Jim O’Heir spend two weeks in Lansing, Illinois by Carrie Steinweg LANSING, Ill. (August 2017) - The bowling business isn’t quite what it used to be when Lansing’s Lan-Oak Lanes first opened its doors in 1953. The building was built by Mike and Mary Genovese as an...