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Food

Tenth annual Tour de Westside to benefit Steepletown Neighborhood Services

Submitted 03-30-2012 under LOCAL LIFE

Beers, bikes and Westside bars: bicycle pub crawl to take place on April 28th, 2012.

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Glance at the Past - Little Italy

Submitted 03-25-2012 under NONPROFITS

G. B. Russo, who came to Grand Rapids from Sicily, was one of the early residents of the area around South Division and Franklin known as Little Italy, when he opened his Italian grocery store on South Division.

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Catch a peek Thursday night of a new book, "Tasting and Touring Michigan's Homegrown Food: A Culinary Road Trip"

Submitted 03-24-2012 under NONPROFITS

Join us Thursday evening as two local women, writer Jaye Beeler and photographer Dianne Carroll Burdick, present a free sneak peek at their new book "Tasting and Touring Michigan's Homegrown Food: A Culinary Road Trip" at the Women's City Club

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Catalyst Radio: Year of Interfaith Understanding

Submitted 03-09-2012 under NEWS

Year of Interfaith Understanding is for all faith traditions in the West Michigan

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"So far, so good": Welcoming The Cheshire Grill to the neighborhood

Submitted 03-06-2012 under OPINION

The newest addition to our local restaurant scene, The Cheshire Grill offers delicious comfort food, local flavor, and just a dash of whimsy.

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Martha’s Vineyard: no ordinary corner shop

Submitted 03-01-2012 under INNOVATION-SPOTLIGHT

Owner Kameel Chamelly discusses how he turned one residential street corner into a mecca for lovers of fine wine and all things gourmet.

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Catalyst Radio: Beer, politics, music and food all a part of the community conversation

Submitted 02-17-2012 under NEWS

The Rapidian is host to the community conversation, with articles for Grand Rapids, by Grand Rapids.

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Brewery Vivant gets Silver LEED certification

Submitted 02-10-2012 under NEWS

Brewery Vivant is the first commercial brewery in the U.S. to receive Silver LEED certification.

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Urban market comes to Heartside

Submitted 02-08-2012 under LOCAL LIFE

After two years, plans for a year-round urban market are finally becoming a reality.

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Joel Salatin reflects on city life, kitchen time and the Grand Rapids chicken fight

Submitted 01-19-2012 under LOCAL LIFE

Salatin, "America's most influential farmer," addresses Rapidian-specific questions about food and farming.

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