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Community updates: Friday, Oct. 15

Submitted 10-15-2021 under NEWS

Grand Rapids renames streets for Martin Luther King Jr., César Chávez; Kent County coalition seeking help for local Afghan refugees.

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What's at the Market: Saturday, October 16, 2021

Submitted 10-15-2021 under NONPROFITS

The Market is stocked with all the Fall goodies! Come out this weekend and enjoy this seasons’ harvest!

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I Can't Live Your Life for You: Andy's Journey in Recovery

Submitted 10-13-2021 under NONPROFITS

After several trips to the emergency room and attempts to get help, Andy found himself at the end of his rope. During his last hospitalization due to complications arising from his decades of alcoholism, a nurse told him that he “had to go somewhere” and that he “didn’t have a choice."

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Studio Sips at WMCAT

Submitted 10-12-2021 under NONPROFITS

Join us at WMCAT on Wednesday, November 10 at 6 p.m. for our new event Studio Sips presented by Consumers Energy.

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Ethics and Religion Talk: Violence and Religious Proselytization

Submitted 10-11-2021 under OPINION

D. Patel asks, “At a UN World Religion Conference, there was discussion on ‘Religious violence and religious proselytization.’ Do you think stopping the practice of religious proselytization will help reduce religious violence?”

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What's at the Market: Saturday, October 9, 2021

Submitted 10-08-2021 under NONPROFITS

Don’t let this seasons’ bounty pass you by! Head down tomorrow and enjoy the beauty of Autumn at the Market!

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Community updates: Thursday, Oct. 7

Submitted 10-07-2021 under NEWS

Grand Rapids' first outdoor 'gear library' opening this weekend; City of Grand Rapids seeking public input in search for new police chief; and ArtPrize 2021 winners revealed.

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Ethics and Religion Talk: Does Money Solve Marital Problems?

Submitted 10-04-2021 under OPINION

The Bill and Melinda Gates divorce has left many wondering about how often people think their issues will be resolved with money and charity. This couple had both and it wasn't enough to keep them together. I would like to hear the panel's opinions.

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Community updates: Friday, Oct. 1

Submitted 10-01-2021 under NEWS

Kent County Health Department offering COVID-19 vaccine boosters; Grand Rapids City Commission declares support for decriminalizing entheogenic plants, fungi; and Grand Rapids Police Department launches podcast to engage community.

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