The Rapidian

Culture

In Season: August 17, 2018

Submitted 08-17-2018 under NONPROFITS

We've got a great plethora of vendors on this beautiful Friday morning! You can expect to find some colorful in season favorites such as tomatoes, watermelon, peppers, corn, eggplant, and peaches.

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The Rapid's new e-fare system The Wave debuts August 14

Submitted 08-14-2018 under NONPROFITS

The Wave has already received rave reviews from pilot testers. The general public will be able to purchase a Wave card at Rapid Central Station or online. Wave cards are just $3 for the card itself and can be reloaded in-person at The Rapid’s Information Center or on the mobile-friendly website.

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GRAM announces access program for low-income individuals, families

Submitted 08-13-2018 under NONPROFITS

GRAM offers free admission to EBT cardholders through national program, Museums for All.

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Ethics and Religion Talk: How important is accessibility to a house of worship?

Submitted 08-13-2018 under OPINION

Jim E. asks, Most church buildings are older with lots of stairs. What ethical obligation does a church or house of worship have to be accessible to all visitors? At what cost?

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In Season: August 10, 2018

Submitted 08-10-2018 under NONPROFITS

Mother Nature has been kind to us for National Farmers Market Week, with the sun shining bright + a nice breeze blowing through the Market! We've got an abundance of locally-grown produce (apple season is starting!), meat, eggs, and dairy, Michigan-created food products, and handmade goods!

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WYCE Training Chronicles, Part 1

Submitted 08-09-2018 under LOCAL LIFE

I am welcomed into the 2018 WYCE Programmer Training. And while the road to 'on-air programmer' may have its share of challenges, I gathered the courage to battle the butterflies, thanks to an unexpected source.

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Circle Theatre continues 66th season with 'Leading Ladies'

Submitted 08-07-2018 under NONPROFITS

2018 Audience Choice Play comes to life on the Circle stage starting on Thursday, August 9 at 7:30 p.m. inside the Performing Arts Center on the campus of Aquinas College.

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Ethics and Religion Talk: When should clergy take a stand for or against the policy of family separation?

Submitted 08-06-2018 under OPINION

Bob F. asks, I see some clergy publicly criticizing the government's separating families at the border. Other clergy have remained silent on this issue. On this issue, how do you as a member of the clergy decide whether to take a public stand or remain silent?

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In Season: August 3, 2018

Submitted 08-03-2018 under NONPROFITS

The Market is bursting with color, just in time for National Farmers Market Week!! Next week we're kicking off our festivities on Tuesday, with four fun days of educational + wellness classes, food trucks, facepainting, scavenger hunts, and Market activities for the whole family!

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Local artist feature from UICA: Danielle Truss

Submitted 07-31-2018 under NONPROFITS

I'm originally from the UK mostly London, and have been here in GR for almost 5 years, I studied fashion, textiles and bespoke tailoring and now work as a costume designer.

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