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AIA Grand Rapids Presents: An Evening with Joe Valerio FAIA, Valerio Dewalt Train Associates Keynote Lecture

Submitted 05-10-2019 under NONPROFITS

Please join us for an opportunity to hear from a recognized, national expert in the architectural profession. As a founding principal of VDTA, Joe’s architectural expertise positions him as a leader and innovator in the design world.

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In Season: May 11

Submitted 05-10-2019 under NONPROFITS

Michigan asparagus, tulips, and rhubarb has arrived!! We've got a lovely array of herb + vegetable transplants, potted plants + flowers, ramps, locally-made food products, and artisan goods for today's Market. And tomorrow we'll have a full Market with an even wider selection!

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Grand Rapids Pops plays the great musical themes from 'Star Wars,' 'Star Trek,' 'Lord of the Rings' and more, May 10-12

Submitted 05-08-2019 under NONPROFITS

Music from 'Harry Potter,' 'Pirates of the Caribbean,' 'Superman' and many more films comes to Grand Rapids Pops stage May 10-12

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Ethics and Religion Talk: Can Human Beings Be Predestined to Hell?

Submitted 05-06-2019 under OPINION

Sue L. asks, “How can anyone be condemned to Hell or ‘saved’ if God has preordained what that individual will do with their life? Are some people destined to spend eternity in Hell before they are even born?”

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In Season: May 4, 2019 (Opening Day of the Main Season)

Submitted 05-03-2019 under NONPROFITS

Happy May!! And you know what May means..Opening Day of our Main Season!! Come celebrate our 97th season with us TOMORROW by getting outside (weather is supposed to be in the mid-upper 60s!), shopping for local food, and getting to know your Michigan farmers + food producers!

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Grand Rapids Symphony celebrates women with music composed by women, featuring a female trombone soloist

Submitted 04-30-2019 under NONPROFITS

Former GRS principal trombonist Ava Ordman is featured in program of music by pioneering women in classical music on May 3

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Ethics and Religion Talk: Why is Scripture so Old?

Submitted 04-29-2019 under OPINION

Ruby D. asks, “Why is it that all the world's scriptures stopped being written centuries ago? Did God run out of things to say? What about issues that weren't around back then? And who made the decision that the entire book(s) had been written, that is to say, are complete and finished?”

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In Season: April 27, 2019

Submitted 04-26-2019 under NONPROFITS

Tomorrow is officially the LAST Saturday of our Second Season Market/Winter Market + we have a great lineup of vendors for you! If you're looking for locally-grown produce, flowers, garden transplants, Michigan-made food, or artisan goods you will surely find it here at the Market. Open 10a-1p.

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Afoot

Submitted 04-22-2019 under LOCAL LIFE

Readers offer scenes from the streets

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Ethics and Religion Talk: What is the Grace of God?

Submitted 04-22-2019 under OPINION

What is your view of grace? Is the grace of God ever extended to those who have not done works of righteousness?

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