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City Connection - Commissioner Ruth Kelly joins Mayor Bliss for in-studio discussion

Submitted 11-04-2019 under NONPROFITS

This month, Mayor Bliss is joined by Second Ward Commissioner Ruth Kelly. Kelly, who is term-limited, will reflect on her time on the commission and discuss tomorrow's city-wide election.

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Ethics and Religion Talk: What if the Worship Leader Dresses Gay?, part 2

Submitted 11-04-2019 under OPINION

Jose writes, “I’m a passionate student of the word. I’ve recently encountered a young man in church who leads worship. His attire and mannerism disconcert me. Those who do not know this young man personally will label him as gay.

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In Season: November 2, 2019

Submitted 11-01-2019 under NONPROFITS

Can you believe our Main Season is behind us and our Second Season is kicking off TOMORROW with our Soup @ FSFM Fundraiser?! We're excited to launch our second season with ALL-YOU-CAN-TASTE samples of soup + shopping from over 20 Michigan farmers, food producers, and artisans.

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St. Cecilia Music Center will feature The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center performing the powerful works of four Great Innovators - Beethoven, Stravinsky, Mendelssohn and Smetana on November 21, 2019

Submitted 11-01-2019 under NONPROFITS

Executive Director Cathy Holbrook remarks, “It is truly a special experience to see the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center perform at St. Cecilia Music Center. These artists are amazing to watch with incredible artistry that is flawless."

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Veterans Upward Bound, a designated support system

Submitted 10-31-2019 under NONPROFITS

Featured veteran, Gabrielle Harrison, shares how Veterans Upward Bound has been a support system for her.

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It takes a village: How Michigan conservation groups work together to benefit wildlife

Submitted 10-30-2019 under NONPROFITS

Learn how the Department of Natural Resources forges unique partnerships with conservation-minded private landowners and nonprofit organizations all over the State of Michigan

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Ethics and Religion Talk: What if the Worship Leader Dresses Gay?, part 1

Submitted 10-29-2019 under OPINION

Jose writes, “I’m a passionate student of the word. I’ve recently encountered a young man in church who leads worship. His attire and mannerism disconcert me. Those who do not know this young man personally will label him as gay.

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From rental application to restraining order, Part 2

Submitted 10-25-2019 under OPINION

Part 2: More and more renters share stories of property managers and landlords who hold exceptional power in the face of a housing crisis. Meanwhile, renters have little support as they face structural racism, classism, and the constant threat of losing housing.

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From rental application to restraining order, Part 1

Submitted 10-25-2019 under OPINION

Part 1: Jaylynne Yancy is one example of local renters who face increased risk and little support as they navigate a housing crisis and property managers who hold an abundance of structural power.

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Culinary Conversations series returns with "Bootstrapping your Business" event for food startups

Submitted 10-25-2019 under NONPROFITS

On November 6, Culinary Conversations returns with a MeetUp panel discussion for food entrepreneurs. The free event features four successful industry entrepreneurs and experts, discussing strategies to access capital and funding to make startups work on a tight budget.

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