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Submitted 11-26-2014 under NONPROFITS
The Go Santa Go 5K invites the community to dress up, brave the cold, and fight hunger.
Naveah talks about her wish for her future and what she thinks she will have to do to be successful.
The Heritage House Quartet perform the middle movement of Beethoven's "Quartet in A Minor Opus 132" aka "Song of Thanksgiving"
The Heritage House Quartet perform the first movement of Beethoven's "Quartet in A Minor Opus 132"
Submitted 11-26-2014 under NEWS
Most breweries are closed this Thursday for the holiday, but bring your favorite local beers to holiday meals. It's the beginning of Mug Club renewal season: Founders and Brewery Vivant's sign-up periods begin Monday.
Submitted 11-26-2014 under OPINION
This past weekend the seventh annual food and wine show captivated the attention of many West Michigan residents. Spanned over three days, guests could spend their time attending seminars, sampling local restaurant menus and tasting various beverages.
Submitted 11-25-2014 under NEWS
Prominent public engagement strategist Don Edwards will speak at the second evening of the GR Forward Thinking: Speaker Series.
The public is invited to a potluck at the James Russell House the Sunday following Thanksgiving. Bring leftovers or another dish to pass.
The first weekend of December the Beerhorst family will open the doors of their home to the public as they host their annual Christmas Art Show.
Submitted 11-25-2014 under PLACE-MATTERS
Plaster Creek Stewards has been recognized for environmental advocacy, and shares accolades with other award winning programs worldwide for efforts to educate community and facilitate action to restore vital watershed.
Kameel Chamelly and his daughter Alex Chamelly have brought Madcap coffee to the Midtown neighborhood, with much of the interior furnishings created from reclaimed lumber from the Grand Rapids area.
Submitted 11-25-2014 under NONPROFITS
Kiaeem talks about his family and his future choices.
Submitted 11-25-2014 under OPINION
Civil rights took center stage at Grand Rapids Comic Con 2014 with Nichelle Nichols, the first woman to play a character who was not submissive to a man, and the first black woman in a position of power as Lieutenant Uhura on Star Trek.
Submitted 11-24-2014 under LOCAL LIFE
A team of Grand Valley State University students created a video to tell the story of Archangel Ancient Tree Archive, a nonprofit organization that propagates, archives and reforests species of ancient trees.
Submitted 11-24-2014 under OPINION
Artists continue to explore self-awareness and self-presentation through portraiture work of various forms. Multiple artists at the 2014 Free Radical event are worth exploring.
Submitted 11-24-2014 under NONPROFITS
Officer Mike Harris shares why he values his work at the Boys and Girls Club and how he would like to be remembered.
End Circus Cruelty's campaign gathers at the City Commission meeting in large numbers, urging city leaders to pass an ordinance banning the use of wild animals in Grand Rapids.
Dymond shares an experience from her day at school and how she thinks we can make the world a better place.
Submitted 11-22-2014 under NONPROFITS
Local singer/songwriter Max Lockwood performs "See the Way" in the WYCE music library.
Local singer/songwriter Max Lockwood performs "Growth" in the WYCE music library.
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