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Submitted 04-08-2013 under LOCAL LIFE
Reyna Garcia, a local painter, shares her story of self acceptance and purpose. She hopes to lead other women to find their own freedom by confronting their struggles.
Submitted 04-05-2013 under LOCAL LIFE
Coffee enthusiast, barista and owner Kyle Ripley of Clique Coffee Bar explains the independent, family run coffee shop.
Submitted 04-03-2013 under LOCAL LIFE
WMI gets wierd with Melissa Dylan and Ben Soper from Romance For Ransom
Submitted 03-27-2013 under LOCAL LIFE
Restaurante taco en la vecindad Roosevelt Park sirve la cocina mexicana auténtica incluyendo carnes de especialidad y aderezos hechos frescos.
Submitted 03-22-2013 under NONPROFITS
The Andy Angelo Press Club shares what they've learned about the man who inspired their new name.
Submitted 03-22-2013 under OPINION
Grand Rapids based Issue Press publishes limited edition books and prints specialized by the Risograph method
Submitted 03-21-2013 under LOCAL LIFE
Local taco restaurant in the Roosevelt Park neighborhood serves authentic Mexican fare including a wide array of specialty meats and fresh made toppings.
Submitted 03-19-2013 under LOCAL LIFE
WMI and The Crane Wives hang out with British singer/songwriter Kate Nash.
Emma Starner, a 7 year old Grand Rapidian will be competing in NASTAR ski racing in Aspen/Snowmass this week.
Submitted 03-18-2013 under INNOVATION-SPOTLIGHT
Bartertown Diner's collective management style and advocacy of vegan and vegetarian cuisine provides an interesting look at the restaurant business.
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