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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.


Community Updates: Friday, May 5

Submitted 05-05-2023 under NEWS

City of Grand Rapids allocates $78,000 of Neighborhood Match Fund dollars to "community focused" projects; Humane Society of West Michigan seeking volunteers, supplies during "Kitten Season"; and more


Spirit, Strength, and Sacrifice: The History and Significance of Cinco de Mayo

Submitted 05-04-2023 under VOICES

Many Americans celebrate Cinco de mayo, but very few know its true history and significance


City Connection: Kelsey Perdue, Third Ward Commissioner, to Join Phil Tower in the GRTV Studio

Submitted 05-01-2023 under NONPROFITS

Watch live on GRTV's Facebook page and YouTube channel beginning at 4:00pm on Monday, May 1


Ethics and Religion Talk: The Difference Between Welcoming and Inclusive

Submitted 05-01-2023 under OPINION

Many spiritual communities have signs in front of their places of worship proclaiming that 'All Are Welcome,' but is that really true? If gay couples can't receive communion there, if women can't be ordained there, and if transgender people can't serve there, then are ALL people really welcome there


Community Updates: Friday, April 28

Submitted 04-28-2023 under NEWS

City Manager, city staff present FY2024 Preliminary Fiscal Plan to the Grand Rapids City Commission; free outdoor fitness classes returning to Grand Rapids in May; and more


Helping Grand Rapids Non-Profits Transition to Clean Energy

Submitted 04-25-2023 under NONPROFITS

The initial costs for installing solar power can be prohibitive to houses of worship and non-profits. And yet, these local institutions can also lead the way in inspiring others in the community to embrace clean energy.


7 Green Spaces You Should Know in East Hills GR

Submitted 04-24-2023 under NONPROFITS

East Hills Greenspaces are a valued part of our neighborhood and the heart of our community.


Ethics and Religion Talk: Beware of Entering Debates on Religion!

Submitted 04-24-2023 under OPINION

Do the panelists have any ground rules for entering into a religious argument or debate?