The Rapidian

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GrandCon brings gamers to West Michigan

Submitted 09-17-2019 under LOCAL LIFE

Gamers enjoyed over 600 exhibits, an open library 1,800 games, and mega-sized games at this year's GrandCon.

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Grand Rapids Grows Green Weekend, September 19-21

Submitted 09-16-2019 under NONPROFITS

Soon in Grand Rapids and East Grand Rapids, children can play free of synthetic pesticides at six organic parks.

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Ethics and Religion Talk - Elder Sex Before Marriage

Submitted 09-16-2019 under OPINION

Kimberly asks, Is it wrong for two late-50 year old adults who are divorced to have sex before getting married?

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Multi-Award Winning Country Music Artist Lee Ann Womack Kicks Off St. Cecilia Music Center's 2019/2020 Concert Season - Thursday, October 3, 2019

Submitted 09-09-2019 under NONPROFITS

St. Cecilia Music Center (SCMC) in Grand Rapids will kick off their dynamic 2019/2020 concert season with the award-winning country music artist Lee Ann Womack on Thursday, October 3, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.

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City Connection - Grand Rapids Transportation Planner joins Mayor Bliss for in-studio discussion

Submitted 09-09-2019 under LOCAL LIFE

Kristen Bennet, Grand Rapids' Transportation Planning / Programs Supervisor joins Mayor Bliss to discuss the city's new Bicycle Action Plan.

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Ethics and Religion Talk: What is the Secret of Happiness

Submitted 09-09-2019 under OPINION

“Sandy” asks, What is the secret of happiness?

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Meijer Gardens Presents An Immersive, Site-Specific Exhibition from Installation Artist Rebecca Louise Law

Submitted 09-09-2019 under NONPROFITS

Rebecca Louise Law: The Womb includes a dramatic installation of over a million flowers and plant material, including 10,000 flowers and plants gathered on-site and wired with the help of staff and volunteers.

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Girls Choral Academy Expands Grandville Avenue Girls Choir into Burton Middle School

Submitted 09-09-2019 under NONPROFITS

The Girls Choral Academy will be expanding their free after school choir to serve girls at Burton Middle School with support from a Wege Foundation grant.

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In Season: September 6, 2019

Submitted 09-06-2019 under NONPROFITS

Tomatoes, corn, peaches, plums, apples, summer squash, watermelon, broccoli, potatoes, and peppers galore! It's such an amazing time of year with such a diverse + abundant selection of Michigan produce!

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Ethics and Religion Talk: Should We be Abolitionists Today?

Submitted 09-03-2019 under OPINION

Amy C. asks, Are people of faith called to be modern day abolitionists today?

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