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Ethics and Religion Talk: Should Judges be Involved in Local or National Politics?

Submitted 05-30-2023 under OPINION

Should judges be involved in local or national politics?


Community Updates: Friday, May 26

Submitted 05-26-2023 under NEWS

Grand Rapids City Commission passes ordinance to formally adopt the City's FY2024 budget; Grand Rapids Sister Cities International announces annual gala taking place in June; and more


Grand Rapids Art Museum Presents Message from Our Planet: Digital Art from the Thoma Collection

Submitted 05-24-2023 under NONPROFITS

Exhibition features 22 artists working at the forefront of digital and electronic art


Ethics and Religion Talk: Should the Audubon Society Change its Name?

Submitted 05-22-2023 under OPINION

Is it ethically wrong for the Audubon organization to keep their name?


Community Updates: Friday, May 19

Submitted 05-19-2023 under NEWS

Kent County Prosecutor announces charging decision in case of seven-year-old student who brought unloaded firearm to Cesar E. Chavez Elementary; City of Grand Rapids holds public hearing to get input on preliminary FY2024 Fiscal Plan, residents express frustration over police budget; and more


Ethics and Religion Talk

Submitted 05-15-2023 under OPINION

Many companies wish to go in the direction of ESG (Environment Social Governance). Many politicians are attempting to punish those corporations that see this as an opportunity to contribute to the public good. Is it ethical to stop people from such an effort?


Community Updates: Friday, May 12

Submitted 05-12-2023 under NEWS

New traveling exhibit exploring the history, impact of Jim Crow coming to the Grand Rapids Public Museum next month; City of Grand Rapids, Mobile GR make changes to DASH service; and more


Hadestown Sings It Again

Submitted 05-10-2023 under OPINION

Retelling of the ancient myth of Orpheus and Eurydice is wonderfully atmospheric.


Ethics and Religion Talk: Does Theology Need Philosophy and Psychology?

Submitted 05-08-2023 under OPINION

"Dino" asks, "How can practical theology be practiced without psychology and philosophy?"


Legendary Leo Kottke will perform at St. Cecilia Music Center in Grand Rapids on Tuesday May 16, 2023

Submitted 05-07-2023 under NONPROFITS

St. Cecilia Music Center (SCMC) is proud to bring back legendary 6- and 12-string guitarist Leo Kottke on Tuesday, May 16. Leo is known for his amazing fingerpicking style that draws on blues, jazz, and folk music, and for possessing a unique whimsical banter with his audience.