The Rapidian

Culture

In Season: April 21, 2018

Submitted 04-21-2018 under NONPROFITS

Happy Spring + what a beatiful day for shopping outside! We have our garage doors open and we have over 30 farms, food producers, and artisans selling their goods here both inside and out!

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Abrahamic Dinner offers taste of what's to come during year of Interfaith Friendship

Submitted 04-20-2018 under NEWS

Christian, Muslim, Jewish faith leaders delivered messages to diverse audience over a Mediterranean dinner at the event.

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Grand Rapids Symphony, Symphony Chorus, bound for New York City's Carnegie Hall for Friday concert

Submitted 04-18-2018 under NONPROFITS

Grand Rapids Symphony, joined by the Grand Rapids Symphony Chorus and Brazilian pianist Nelson Freire, returns to New York City's Carnegie Hall on Friday for the first time in nearly 13 years.

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Screening of 'Nor Any Drop to Drink: The Flint Water Crisis' in Grand Rapids

Submitted 04-17-2018 under NONPROFITS

The documentary will be shown Thursday, April 19 at 6 p.m. at Kindschi Hall of Science (KHS), Grand Valley University, Allendale Campus. This is an opportunity for Grand Rapids to learn more about the Flint Water Crisis and engage around issues of environmental justice.

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Spring brings opportunities to support local, independent radio

Submitted 04-17-2018 under PLACE-MATTERS

WYCE's Spring Fund Drive begins Friday, April 20, 2018 and is followed by a programmer training orientation and the National Federation for Community Broadcasters Midwest Summit.

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ACT Apprentice Nerissia: Art that Pops

Submitted 04-17-2018 under NONPROFITS

ACT Apprentice Nerissia shares her love of art and pop culture.

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Guest director says Akeelah and the Bee helps broaden audience's perspective

Submitted 04-17-2018 under NONPROFITS

Grand Rapids Civic Theatre welcomes Akeelah and the Bee from April 20-29, 2018.

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Ethics and Religion Talk: Must one confess past violations of sexual boundaries?

Submitted 04-16-2018 under OPINION

The Rev. Justo Gonzolez asked the Ethics and Religion Talk Panel, Given all the sexual ethics violations, do clergy have an ethical obligation to acknowledge anything that they might have done in the past that could be perceived as violating an inappropriate sexual boundary?

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In Season: April 14, 2018

Submitted 04-14-2018 under NONPROFITS

Even with all that wind and rain, we are still open for your local food needs! We have over 10 wonderful vendors and lots of great local food for you to purchase! We have vendors both outside AND inside our headhouse and we'll always have coffee to warm you up! Open until 1 today!

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Grand Rapids Symphony set to return to New York City's Carnegie Hall with world-famous pianist, Brazilian music

Submitted 04-10-2018 under NONPROFITS

13 years after making its Carnegie Hall debut, the Grand Rapids Symphony, joined by its Symphony Chorus, returns with a program of Brazilian and Spanish-flavored music they'll perform April 13-14 in DeVos Hall.

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