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Submitted 04-23-2014 under NONPROFITS
Vegan Kitchen Takeover at The Cheshire Grill to benefit C-SNIP on May 5
Submitted 04-23-2014 under LOCAL LIFE
Rachel Lee heads up the neighborhood association in one of Grand Rapids' most walkable neighborhoods. She's intent on keeping her neighbors engaged and involved, as they work together to create a vibrant urban environment.
Submitted 04-22-2014 under LOCAL LIFE
Located on the corner of Plainfield and Leonard, the Choo Choo Grill allows visitors to indulge in classic cheeseburgers in a tight-knit environment.
Submitted 04-22-2014 under NONPROFITS
Over 28 local businesses and restaurants have donated gift certificates to The Rapidian to help us thank our investors. Donations of $25 and above qualify for receiving a gift certificate of the donor's choice
Rapidian Jenn Gavin has made dog training her career by starting a training business called A Pleasant Dog. She focuses on helping dogs and their owners learn how to excel in an urban environment.
DCM invites you to participate in ecumenical and interfaith discussion on "The End of Time" with our panelists, who represent four diverse faith traditions.
Submitted 04-21-2014 under NONPROFITS
"All that is hidden, all that is plain I have come to know, instructed by Wisdom who designed all things." — Wisdom 7:21
Submitted 04-21-2014 under VOICES
Civic investor Steffanie Rosalez shares how after-school programming in the arts helps shape our community's youth.
Submitted 04-20-2014 under OPINION
Dine out at a participating local restaurant on April 24 and support Red Project
Submitted 04-20-2014 under LOCAL LIFE
Rick Beerhorst talks about what Grand Rapids means to him and why he has chosen to invest in his community. After finishing grad school in the late '80s, Beerhorst moved back to his native Grand Rapids and began to see the city with new eyes.
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