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Submitted 11-22-2011 under OPINION
On December 7th, local groups and residents are coming together to view and discuss the documentary "Not In Our Town."
Submitted 11-09-2011 under OPINION
From the Staff: A quick round of up some of things we've been working on since The Rapidian was relaunched in mid-September
Submitted 10-25-2011 under OPINION
And here's where I'm grateful: When it comes to The Rapidian, I don't need to wait ten years to know what I will remember down the road.
Submitted 10-20-2011 under OPINION
We look back on our Picturesque theme this fall - "Art or Kitsch?" - and look for inspiration for our next Picturesque gallery-none if which would be possible without our sponsor, ColorInc ProLab.
Submitted 10-11-2011 under OPINION
Go beyond this week's poll and join in conversation about what shopping local really means to you.
Submitted 10-06-2011 under OPINION
A little bit about the hows and whys of The Rapidian’s revised system of categorizing content,
Submitted 09-20-2011 under OPINION
Love it or hate it or just not sure about it, ArtPrize is here. Take the most of the opportunity and talk about art, talk to artists, talk with each other: The Rapidian provides the platform.
Submitted 09-12-2011 under OPINION
As the Rapidian turns two, we welcome the business community, unveil new features and invite reader support to help sustain the momentum.
Submitted 09-05-2011 under OPINION
Becoming aware of the hunger and food security issues in Grand Rapids, and learning what it's like for the 55,803 Kent County residents who need food stamps to feed their families.
Submitted 08-31-2011 under OPINION
Learn what beat reporting is all about, get involved with the Food Culture Beat Reporters, start your own beat based on your interests and passions!
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