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City Connection: Joel Hondorp, City Clerk, to Join Rapidian Program Manager in the GRTV Studio

Submitted 01-08-2024 under NONPROFITS

Watch live on GRTV's Facebook page and YouTube channel beginning at 4:00pm on Monday, Jan. 8


Ethics and Religion Talk: What Should Religious Practice Look Like at Home?

Submitted 01-08-2024 under OPINION

What does your religion say about practicing at home on days not spent in a congregation? Are there solid guidelines, or do families just decide for themselves what works?


Ethics and Religion Talk: Foster Parents and Religious Beliefs

Submitted 01-02-2024 under OPINION

Should potential foster parents be turned away because of their religious beliefs?


Ethics and Religion Talk: Do You Need a Personal Relationship with God?

Submitted 12-28-2023 under OPINION

How important is a personal relationship with God in your tradition?


Help others improve their health with paid High Blood Pressure Control workshop coach training in January 2024

Submitted 12-18-2023 under NONPROFITS

Interested in the fulfilling field of health coaching? Paid training to lead High Blood Pressure Control (HBPC) workshops is available online in January 2024. During the paid training at $18 per hour, participants will learn to lead and become certified in both in-person and virtual HBPC workshops.


St. Cecilia Music Center presents The Blue Note 85th Anniversary Tour Celebrating the Newest Eclectic Jazz Artists of today on January 18, 2024

Submitted 12-18-2023 under NONPROFITS

St. Cecilia Music Center (SCMC) presents The Blue Note 85th Anniversary Tour on January 18, 2024. Blue Note Records celebrates their 85th Anniversary with a U.S. Tour starring The Blue Note Quintet to honor the label’s rich history and to pave the way for the eclectic artists of today's roster.


Ethics and Religion Talk: Christmas and non-Christians

Submitted 12-18-2023 under OPINION

For those who are not Christian on the panel, does it bother you to see members of your religion celebrate Christmas, even if it’s only a purely secular way of doing so (a tree, Santa, gifts, etc.)? And to those who are Christian, I’d like to know if it bothers you to see non-Christians doing this?


St. Cecilia Music Center brings GRAMMY® Award nominated Singer-Songwriter, Musician, Poet, and Activist Allison Russell on January 16, 2024

Submitted 12-16-2023 under NONPROFITS

St. Cecilia Music Center (SCMC) presents Allison Russell — poet, singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, activist, and co-founder of Our Native Daughters and Birds of Chicago on January 16, 2024.


Local Artist Highlight: The Skinny Limbs

Submitted 12-13-2023 under NONPROFITS

Avenue for the Arts gets the spin from Max Knoth of The Skinny Limbs; local band headlining at The Pyramid Scheme February 24th, 8 pm. Interview by Pamela MacDougal.


City Street Named in Honor of Late NBA Journalist, Grand Rapids Native Sekou Smith

Submitted 12-12-2023 under NEWS

Sekou Smith's legacy is honored by the city of Grand Rapids in recent move by the City Commission. Smith and his career have been commemorated by a growing number of institutions since his passing in 2021.