The Rapidian


Long live the People's Mic

Submitted 10-11-2011 under OPINION

On the power of the human microphone, as expressed by the collective voicings of Occupy GR


Urban Adventure Race: The real deal

Submitted 10-10-2011 under LOCAL LIFE

One participant's perspective on running the ArtPrize Edition of the Grand Rapids Urban Adventure race


"The Inbetween," critiqued by Kathy

Submitted 10-10-2011 under NONPROFITS

Members of the GAAH Press Club visited ArtPrize and wrote about a specific piece.


Occupy Grand Rapids in context

Submitted 10-08-2011 under OPINION

Born from frustration with corporate greed and control over politics and the excessively increasing disparity between the wealth of 99% of the populace and the 1% elite, this is for protests in Grand Rapids in solidarity with the Occupy Wall St. protests and banking protests across the world.


On the Eve of Protest; An Open Letter to the City of Grand Rapids

Submitted 10-07-2011 under OPINION

An appeal to the city government of Grand Rapids to treat our fellow citizens with dignity and respect during the upcoming "Occupy Grand Rapids" protest movement


Why we do what we do: categorization on The Rapidian

Submitted 10-06-2011 under OPINION

A little bit about the hows and whys of The Rapidian’s revised system of categorizing content,


Grand opening for Nourish Organic Market set for Saturday

Submitted 10-06-2011 under OPINION

Nourish Organic Market aims to support Michigan agriculture.


The Revolution Needs You!

Submitted 10-05-2011 under NONPROFITS

GMR's October issue is out and we're excited about #OccupyGR!


Local manufacturing workers react to Austin Bunn's "RUST"

Submitted 10-04-2011 under OPINION

Video interviews with Gary Albrecht formerly of Rowe International, Marty Green of GM and Al Berry of Michigan Works! following the first performance of "RUST" by Austin Bunn.


What does this year's Top 10 say about our public?

Submitted 10-03-2011 under OPINION

Our choices for this year's ArtPrize winners reveal some of our culture's problematic preferences.