The Rapidian

Culture

In Season: April 6, 2019

Submitted 04-05-2019 under NONPROFITS

Come join us tomorrow from 10a-1p for our first Saturday Market of April! We're anticipating 25+ vendors with greens, a great variety of root veggies, apples, pastured meats, eggs, and dairy products, as well as artisans foods created right here in Michigan!

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Pigeon Creek Shakespeare Presents Richard III at Dog Story Theater

Submitted 04-04-2019 under NONPROFITS

Pigeon Creek's production of Richard III will play at the Dog Story Theater April 5-7 and 12-14.

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Ethics and Religion Talk - Afraid of Death

Submitted 04-01-2019 under OPINION

If we believe in heaven, why are we so afraid of dying?

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In Season: March 30, 3019

Submitted 03-29-2019 under NONPROFITS

The sun is shining, flowers are blooming, birds are singing, and it's another beautiful Spring day! We're anticipating around 30 vendors tomorrow, as our Second Season Market (i.e. Winter Market) is still going strong.

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Grand Rapids Bach Festival is grand and glorious under inspired leadership of new artistic director Julian Wachner

Submitted 03-28-2019 under NONPROFITS

Grand Rapids Bach Festival's new Artistic Director Julian Wachner leads 12th biennial community festival to new heights of entertainment and enlightenment

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La comunidad de Oaxaca exalta su cultura en Grand Rapids Michigan.

Submitted 03-28-2019 under NONPROFITS

En Grand Rapids Existe una comunidad de Oaxaca que se caracteriza por mantener vivas su cultura, raíces e identidad es de gran valor saber sobre esta comunidad.

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Oaxaca community celebrates its culture in Grand Rapids.

Submitted 03-28-2019 under NONPROFITS

Grand Rapids has a Oaxacan community that keeps its culture, roots and identity alive while adding richness to the community of in Grand Rapids. Experience some of the culture of Oaxaca at the 3rd annual Conferencia Mujeres en Resistencia (Women in the Struggle Conference) on May 26th!

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Ottawa Hills: From Pig Farm to Thriving Neighborhood

Submitted 03-28-2019 under NEWS

In the early 1900s, the 160-acre pig farm owned by Nelson Higbee was purchased and developed into a 9 hole golf course. Over the next 20 years, the golf course changed hands several times, ultimately to become Ottawa Hills.

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32nd Annual Fair Housing Luncheon & Workshop Series

Submitted 03-25-2019 under NONPROFITS

The FHCWM is hosting the 32nd Annual Fair Housing Luncheon & Workshop Series on April 25th, 2019 with 3 unique morning workshops, a luncheon keynote from Lisa Rice (President & CEO of the National Fair Housing Alliance), and performances by 2 GRPS students/Fair Housing Poetry Contest winners!

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Ethics and Religion Talk: Communication with the Dead

Submitted 03-25-2019 under OPINION

How do your faiths view communications with deceased loved ones? Is this not encouraged or not even possible?

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