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Casting Light: The Guiding Light Podcast Begins Season 2

Submitted 06-20-2022 under NONPROFITS

What happens when you get a recovering heroin addict, alcoholic, and under-employed social worker together and tell them to record a podcast? You get season two of Casting Light, a podcast from Guiding Light.

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Community Updates: Friday, June 17

Submitted 06-17-2022 under NEWS

The Heritage Hill Association announces the 2022 Heritage Hill Garden Tour; the City of Grand Rapids encourages Grand Rapidians to stay safe in the summer heat; and more

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New Exhibitions On View at UICA: Impulsive/Decisive and Coming Home

Submitted 06-17-2022 under NONPROFITS

Two new exhibitions on view with FREE admission through August 13, 2022

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Guiding Light Adds Paul Davies to Board of Directors

Submitted 06-14-2022 under NONPROFITS

We are delighted to welcome Paul to our board of directors,” said Brian Elve, executive director of Guiding Light. “His experience with the recovery community and his status as a veteran, along with his business management skills, will be a great asset in guiding our organization’s current efforts."

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Ethics and Religion Talk: Gas for a Steal or Stealing Gas?

Submitted 06-13-2022 under OPINION

Question: “What do you have to say to the customers who bought gas for five hours for $.45 a gallon, clearly a mistake, without informing the owner of the station. Or to the people who grumbled at Henry DeHart, the customer who told the owner about mistake?

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Community Updates: Friday, June 10

Submitted 06-10-2022 under NEWS

Christopher Schurr is charged with second-degree murder in the death of Patrick Lyoya; Grand Rapids takes steps towards eco-friendliness; and more

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Learn about Pollinator Friendly Landscapes

Submitted 06-08-2022 under NONPROFITS

Learn which trees help the bees

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Ebony Road Players Perform SHEEPDOG by Kevin Artigue at the Grand Rapids Art Museum

Submitted 06-08-2022 under NONPROFITS

Grand Rapids’ only Black theatre company is collaborating with the Grand Rapids Art Museum to offer a thought-provoking production, examining the complexity of being police officers in an interracial relationship.

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City Connection: Second Ward Commissioner Joe Jones and City Manager Mark Washington discuss city budget

Submitted 06-06-2022 under NEWS

The pair will discuss the recent public hearings held by the city around the annual budget plan

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Ethics and Religion Talk: Is Your Messiah the Same as My Messiah?

Submitted 06-06-2022 under OPINION

Thomas W. writes: “I have read about many belief systems and all of them believe in the appearance of some kind of a messiah. Will the messiah represent one particular faith tradition? Could the Messiah that the Jews are waiting on appear from another faith instead?”

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