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Introducing SoDiv, a New Brand for the Heartside South Division Business Corridor

Submitted 04-27-2021 under NONPROFITS

Community members come together to develop a brand and implementation plan for SoDiv, the commercial corridor on S. Division Avenue between Fulton and Wealthy Street

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Ethics and Religion Talk: Does the Bible Forbid Cremation

Submitted 04-26-2021 under OPINION

Reva asks, “What is the Biblical take on being cremated after one dies?”

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Community updates: Friday, April 23

Submitted 04-23-2021 under NEWS

Grand Rapids park improvements continue through millage investments, leveraged funding; artist registration opens for ArtPrize 2021; MDHHS extends epidemic order, expands face covering requirement to kids age two and up; and more.

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What's at the Market: Saturday, April 24, 2021

Submitted 04-23-2021 under NONPROFITS

Join us this weekend and celebrate the end to a fantastic season! Saturday is the final market day for the Second Season Market, so come out and support the vendors who were here all winter long.

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Ethics and Religion Talk: Should I get the COVID Vaccination?

Submitted 04-19-2021 under OPINION

RL asks, “Should Christians be vaccinated, or have their children vaccinated, against diseases of the body, or trust solely in the providence of God for life and health?”

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Review: "The Yesterdays of Grand Rapids" by Charles Belknap

Submitted 04-16-2021 under LOCAL LIFE

Review of the Book "The Yesterdays of Grand Rapids" by Charles E. Belknap

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What's at the Market: Saturday, April 17, 2021

Submitted 04-16-2021 under NONPROFITS

The days are getting longer, and the market stalls are filling up! Stop by this weekend and shop from over 45 vendors for the best fare and handmade products in town.

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Passing the Mic: Grand Rapids Buddhist Temple's Rev. Yong Su answers, "Has there been any aspect of your faith that you've changed your perspective on over this pandemic?"

Submitted 04-16-2021 under VOICES

Rev. Yong Su, Buddhist practitioner, responds to Muneeba Khan, Islamic practitioner.

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Community updates: Thursday, April 15

Submitted 04-15-2021 under NEWS

City of Grand Rapids launches e-scooter Community Pass for underserved residents; The DAAC to host Open Studio Nights in new Creston neighborhood space; Veen Observatory’s public observing nights return for 2021 season; MDHHS requests pause of state’s Johnson & Johnson vaccine use; and more.

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Ethics and Religion Talk: Why is There Evil?

Submitted 04-12-2021 under OPINION

Sandy asks, “Where does evil originate from?”

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