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Ethics and Religion Talk: Is There a Stigma about Dying?, part 2

Submitted 03-11-2019 under OPINION

A question submitted to an interfaith panel on approaches to hospice care: “If we all agree that God controls both birth and death, why do we not accept his decision at that time? We seem to put a large/negative stigma on dying.”

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In Season: March 9, 2019

Submitted 03-07-2019 under NONPROFITS

With our annual Winter Fundraiser, Soup @ FSFM, tomorrow we are incredibly excited to hear the sun may come out and the temperatures will be more favorable! With over 20 vendors, around a dozen soups to sample, and a Winter Market Basket raffle, you won't want to miss this event!!

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'Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl' comes to the GR Pops stage, March 8-10

Submitted 03-06-2019 under NONPROFITS

GR Pops presents the full-length film "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl" with live music by the Grand Rapids Symphony, March 8-10

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Art in Bloom Returns to the Grand Rapids Art Museum

Submitted 03-05-2019 under NONPROFITS

Bi-annual exhibition celebrates the combined beauty of art and floral design

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Ethics and Religion Talk: What Should I Do for Lent?

Submitted 03-04-2019 under OPINION

Kelly T. asks, “Is it acceptable to commit to something for Lent instead of giving something up?

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Local 10-year-old transforms flowers into meals for families in need

Submitted 03-01-2019 under NONPROFITS

One 10-year-old’s donation shows even the smallest seed of generosity can bloom into something special – like hundreds of meals for hungry neighbors in Feeding America West Michigan’s service area.

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In Season: March 2, 2019

Submitted 03-01-2019 under NONPROFITS

Oh happy day! It's the first day of March + that means the Spring Equinox is less than a month away! Soon enough we we'll be seeing the emergence of daffodils, hearing the beautiful chirps of birds, and hopefully feeling the sun's warmth on our faces!

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St. Cecilia Music Center Features the Benny Green Trio with 24-year-old Rising Jazz Singer Veronica Swift on March 7, 2019, the Final Jazz Series Concert of the 135th Anniversary Season

Submitted 02-28-2019 under NONPROFITS

St. Cecilia Music Center (SCMC) features the Benny Green Trio with young rising jazz singer Veronica Swift on March 7 in the final Jazz Series concert of the 135th Anniversary season.

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Ethics and Religion Talk: Is There a Stigma about Dying?, part 1

Submitted 02-25-2019 under OPINION

A question submitted to an interfaith panel on approaches to hospice care: “If we all agree that God controls both birth and death, why do we not accept his decision at that time? We seem to put a large/negative stigma on dying.”

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The Milk Carton Kids Perform with a full band at St. Cecilia Music Center on February 28 in the Popular Acoustic Café Folk Concert Series

Submitted 02-22-2019 under NONPROFITS

The Milk Carton Kids and their Band will make an appearance in Grand Rapids at St. Cecilia Music Center on February 28 for the Popular Acoustic Café Folk Series

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