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Grand Rapids Symphony features International Tchaikovsky Competition medalist playing Rachmaninoff's popular Piano Concerto No. 2

Submitted 03-13-2019 under NONPROFITS

Before playing with the London Philharmonic in the Royal Festival Hall later this month, pianist George Li returns to Grand Rapids will an all-time favorite piano concerto


Michigan conservation efforts springs into action

Submitted 03-12-2019 under NONPROFITS

As spring approaches, behind-the-scenes conservation work is taking place.


Ethics and Religion Talk: Is There a Stigma about Dying?, part 2

Submitted 03-11-2019 under OPINION

A question submitted to an interfaith panel on approaches to hospice care: “If we all agree that God controls both birth and death, why do we not accept his decision at that time? We seem to put a large/negative stigma on dying.”


In Season: March 9, 2019

Submitted 03-07-2019 under NONPROFITS

With our annual Winter Fundraiser, Soup @ FSFM, tomorrow we are incredibly excited to hear the sun may come out and the temperatures will be more favorable! With over 20 vendors, around a dozen soups to sample, and a Winter Market Basket raffle, you won't want to miss this event!!


'Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl' comes to the GR Pops stage, March 8-10

Submitted 03-06-2019 under NONPROFITS

GR Pops presents the full-length film "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl" with live music by the Grand Rapids Symphony, March 8-10


Art in Bloom Returns to the Grand Rapids Art Museum

Submitted 03-05-2019 under NONPROFITS

Bi-annual exhibition celebrates the combined beauty of art and floral design


City Connection - Transit Issues with Andrew Johnson

Submitted 03-04-2019 under NEWS

Andrew Johnson, CEO of the The Rapid, joins Mayor Bliss to discuss transit issues in the greater Grand Rapids community


Ethics and Religion Talk: What Should I Do for Lent?

Submitted 03-04-2019 under OPINION

Kelly T. asks, “Is it acceptable to commit to something for Lent instead of giving something up?


Local 10-year-old transforms flowers into meals for families in need

Submitted 03-01-2019 under NONPROFITS

One 10-year-old’s donation shows even the smallest seed of generosity can bloom into something special – like hundreds of meals for hungry neighbors in Feeding America West Michigan’s service area.


In Season: March 2, 2019

Submitted 03-01-2019 under NONPROFITS

Oh happy day! It's the first day of March + that means the Spring Equinox is less than a month away! Soon enough we we'll be seeing the emergence of daffodils, hearing the beautiful chirps of birds, and hopefully feeling the sun's warmth on our faces!