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Ethics and Religion Talk: When does Journalism become 'Evil Speech?'

Submitted 10-19-2020 under OPINION

In Judaism, lashon hara, gossip (literally, evil speech), is roughly defined as any speech, true or false, which damages somebody’s reputation. How do we respond when journalists publish stories which cross this line?

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Passing the Mic: Roosevelt Park Neighborhood Association answers, "How can neighborhood associations help improve community-police relations?"

Submitted 10-16-2020 under VOICES

Amy Brower from Roosevelt Park Neighborhood Association responds to West Grand Neighborhood Organization's Annette Vandenberg.

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In Season Report: October 17, 2020

Submitted 10-16-2020 under NONPROFITS

Put on your boots, grab your hat + mittens, and don’t forget an umbrella! It is going to be a chilly, and possibly wet Saturday, but that won’t keep us down. Join us for another wonderful weekend filled with fall food essentials!

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Passing the Mic: Highland Park Neighborhood Association answers, "What are you most proud about in your neighborhood right now?"

Submitted 10-13-2020 under VOICES

Sam Mosley from Highland Park Neighborhood Association responds to Community Media Center's Brett Townsend.

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Mathias J. Alten: An Enduring Legacy opens at GRAM Oct 24

Submitted 10-13-2020 under NONPROFITS

Grand Rapids Art Museum highlights the legacy of painter Mathias J. Alten.

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Ethics and Religion Talk - Dietary Restrictions

Submitted 10-12-2020 under OPINION

Traci asks, “Could you discuss any dietary restrictions your religions may have including alcohol?”

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The Salvation Army's mission to "Rescue Christmas"!

Submitted 10-12-2020 under NONPROFITS

The Grand Rapids Salvation Army is nearing the start of the annual Red Kettle Campaign. Also known as the Christmas Kettle Campaign, the Army's mission this year is to "Rescue Christmas". Volunteer sign ups for bell ringing is now available at www.registertoring.com.

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In Season Report: October 10, 2020

Submitted 10-09-2020 under NONPROFITS

Join us for another gorgeous autumn day at the market! Shop from over 50 local vendors offering a variety of in season produce, meat, eggs, cheese, breads and more.

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Ethics and Religion Talk: How Old is the World?

Submitted 10-05-2020 under OPINION

Laura asks,“What does your religion say about creation? This would include your estimate on the age of the earth. Do you believe that your beliefs conflict with science?”

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Open for Registration: Hope Gain Network Receives Grant to Offer Work at Home Training

Submitted 10-05-2020 under NONPROFITS

Hope Gain Network receives grant from The Pollination Project. The seed grant will fund training programs for people in need seeking work from home opportunities

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