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Submitted 05-10-2013 under NONPROFITS
DITA hosted an Education Day, bringing students to the Wealthy Theatre to learn about Modern Dance.
Mario Adkins, Jordana Seebeck and Terrill Charleston, GRIL U teen leadership program graduates, have now also graduated from local colleges.
Submitted 05-10-2013 under LOCAL LIFE
Jeff Smith opens up about fracking, corporate media, and his efforts at GRIID.
Submitted 05-10-2013 under OPINION
West Michigan activist speaks out against fracking's injustices against the environment and human and animal health
Steve Losher provides insights on the effects of hydraulic fracturing and MLAWD's journey to save state land.
With voting for the BeerCity, USA 2013 title coming to a close, writer Jake Cagle explains why--win or lose--Grand Rapids will still be the Beer City.
Submitted 05-09-2013 under OPINION
Local artist Eric Kehoe continues to expand his range and repertoire with "Haunt Me."
Submitted 05-07-2013 under NONPROFITS
Many local citizens are familiar with the Press Newsboys Band, and some may be aware of the Newsboys School, probably the only one of its kind in the world. But other, lesser known activities and events became available to those hardy lads.
Grand Rapids Ballet presents the epic love tragedy Romeo & Juliet to close the 2012-2013 season.
Submitted 05-07-2013 under OPINION
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