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Submitted 12-09-2013 under NONPROFITS
Jim Cox's family moved to Grand Rapids around 1850. Watch Jim talk about how his family has seen the city grow and change throughout the years.
Submitted 12-06-2013 under NEWS
Original film creations can be submitted through Wed., Dec. 11.
Submitted 12-06-2013 under NONPROFITS
Songs from the Second Floor is a collection of the ephemeral performances that occur live on the air, in one take, on 88.1 WYCE. This video series is produced by GRTV in collaboration with WYCE and The Rapidian in order to capture and archive these rare moments.
Submitted 12-06-2013 under LOCAL LIFE
Local college newspaper runs feature to show sexuality minority on campus.
listing of foods prepared or grown locally ready for you.
Submitted 12-05-2013 under NONPROFITS
Buy a teddy bear from Younker's this holiday season and raise money for your local Boys & Girls Clubs!
Submitted 12-05-2013 under OPINION
Opening this weekend at the Gaspard Gallery on South Division, Chris Cox's photography confronts the viewer with our unease with both spirituality and direct experiences in the natural world.
American stage lighting company Electronic Theatre Controls awarded CMC an industry-best ION 2000 lighting console, helping the theatre get closer to converting 100% to LED lighting.
Submitted 12-05-2013 under LOCAL LIFE
The local GR artist creates wood crafted earrings and will be returning to the UICA's annual market for his fifth year to share them with shoppers.
Visit your local breweries this week to have a cold one and discover some new music.
Submitted 12-04-2013 under LOCAL LIFE
Nixohn Harder, 4 months old, is recovering and doing well after a complicated heart surgery. He has been problem free for a month or so now and the family is optimistic of his continued recovery.
Submitted 12-04-2013 under NONPROFITS
Please don’t hesitate, request a brochure and get your deposit in soon to assure your place on this pilgrimage. Price includes air/land tour price plus government taxes/airline fuel surcharges.
Submitted 12-04-2013 under NEWS
The recently formed Downtown Grand Rapids Inc hopes to increase efficiency and communication to further improve downtown.
The Humane Society of Grand Rapids holds Toddler Tails, a monthly event for young children and their caretakers. Children meet and learn about interesting animals, share storytime and participate in craft activities.
Submitted 12-04-2013 under OPINION
Grand Rapids's amenities for Generation Y are far more comprehensive and designed to be so.
WMEAC Film Series presents a documentary focused on showing where your trash really goes.
616 Development restores the charm of the old Kendall building for a night of storytelling, history and celebration.
Submitted 12-03-2013 under NONPROFITS
Take charge of your life in 2014 - the stresses, the mechanical monotonous activities. Find them, step through them, and move them out of your mind and life. It will be a good year.
Grand Rapids Climate Resiliency Report shows that Grand Rapids will be affected by climate change in the near term.
Submitted 12-03-2013 under NEWS
FoodCircles curates great local restaurants, and provides dishes starting at $1 online. Your entire purchase goes to charity, feeding one child in need for each $1 spent.
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