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Submitted 04-16-2014 under LOCAL LIFE
After the closing of Schuler Books on Alpine Avenue, the Naughty Knitters and Hookers knitting and crochet group have found themselves without a place to gather.
Submitted 03-18-2014 under LOCAL LIFE
Siciliano's Market owner Steve Siciliano provides home brewers the opportunity to get professional feedback and recognition on beers and win grand prizes.
Submitted 03-10-2014 under NONPROFITS
Discover how an African-America girl growing up in rural Michigan during the early 1900s overcame hurdles to achieve phenomenal success as an educator, world traveler and more -- an amazing story almost lost in the dusty archives at WMU.
Submitted 03-05-2014 under NONPROFITS
Learn about the pioneering female attorneys in Grand Rapids who were among the first to venture into the male-dominated legal profession in a presentation March 13 by GVSU professor Ruth Stevens.
Submitted 03-04-2014 under NONPROFITS
Come walk, run, roll, and fundraise with Paws With A Cause at the upcoming Fifth Third River Bank Run on May 10, 2014.
Submitted 02-14-2014 under NEWS
Friday night and all day and Saturday, the western Grand Rapids convention center will house brews, laughs and a local Brew Olympics.
Submitted 12-10-2013 under NEWS
The snowy owl, a bird native to the Arctic region, is once again making appearances in West Michigan. Several sightings of the majestic bird have been reported and have prompted curiosity as to why the bird is flying so far south.
Submitted 12-04-2013 under LOCAL LIFE
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 11-17-2013 under NEWS
Community members are passing along envelopes stuffed with cash throughout the Grand Rapids area. The envelopes are connected to Holiday It Forward, a nonprofit program implemented locally that encourages individuals to assist the needy during the holiday season.
Submitted 11-08-2013 under NEWS
With the increasing presence of panhandlers in the greater Grand Rapids area, citizens are left with a dilemma of how to best help people in need
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