The Rapidian


West Michigan Indie catches up with Fly Paper

Submitted 12-18-2012 under LOCAL LIFE

WMI sticks with Fly Paper


Wege Foundation to double gifts through Dec. 21

Submitted 12-17-2012 under NONPROFITS

GR City Commissioner Rosalynn Bliss and others to help close out fundraising for Wealthy Theatre, Dec. 21. The Wege Foundation will match any gift or pledge. $80,000 is needed by Dec. 21 to meet the goal.


Classic Christmas picture book released for new generation of readers

Submitted 12-13-2012 under NEWS

Local author Lori Walburg enchants children and adults with this unique story about a holiday favorite—the candy cane.


During annual Shop Hop, Eastown Antiques turns profit for hunger relief

Submitted 12-13-2012 under NONPROFITS

Eastown Antiques used their biggest night of the year as a fundraiser for Feeding America West Michigan.


West Michigan Indie Gets Down With King Crabapple

Submitted 12-11-2012 under LOCAL LIFE

WMI gets down in the Muxbunkr.


Catalyst Radio: The DAAC has new plans to stay vital in Heartside district

Submitted 12-07-2012 under NEWS

The DAAC looks at expanding its roll as an all-ages Heartside district venue, and sets a fundraiser to begin next week.


Dance dance rehearsal at Calvin

Submitted 12-05-2012 under NONPROFITS

The GAAH Press Club attended a Calvin College dance recital dress rehearsal. Here they write about the experience.


Music student creates score for award-winning student film

Submitted 12-05-2012 under OPINION

A profile of the composer of A Royal Pain, the Calvin College student film that won the Best Student Film award at the Chicago Comedy Film Festival, and his experiences writing the film's music.


Blandford Nature Center offers adults peaceful experience in nature

Submitted 12-05-2012 under NEWS

Blandford Nature Center is hosting a silent night hike for adults to have a sensory experience in nature.


Grand Rapids residents enjoy tree ceremony, ice skating at Grand Rapids Art Museum

Submitted 12-05-2012 under NEWS

After the annual tree lighting ceremony, residents enjoyed ice skating, carriage rides, downtown stores and exhibits at the art museum.