The Rapidian


Catalyst Radio: Open Projector provides chance for local filmmakers to showcase works

Submitted 12-06-2013 under NEWS

Original film creations can be submitted through Wed., Dec. 11.


Controversial LGBT feature sparks conversation

Submitted 12-06-2013 under LOCAL LIFE

Local college newspaper runs feature to show sexuality minority on campus.


Wealthy Theatre awarded grant, hopes to become world's first LED historic theatre

Submitted 12-05-2013 under NONPROFITS

American stage lighting company Electronic Theatre Controls awarded CMC an industry-best ION 2000 lighting console, helping the theatre get closer to converting 100% to LED lighting.


WMEAC Film Series to play "Trashed" at Celebration North

Submitted 12-04-2013 under NONPROFITS

WMEAC Film Series presents a documentary focused on showing where your trash really goes.


Restoring the charm of old Grand Rapids

Submitted 12-04-2013 under LOCAL LIFE

616 Development restores the charm of the old Kendall building for a night of storytelling, history and celebration.


Eastown Community Association Celebrates 40th Anniversary with New Branding and Website, Fund Drive

Submitted 11-26-2013 under LOCAL LIFE

After evaluating 40 years of dedication to community, the Eastown Community Association has announced its new branding and website and announces its fund drive.


Film "Space for Rent" portrays skateboarding as an urban art form

Submitted 11-22-2013 under NEWS

Local filmmaker Jeremy Knickerbocker presents to viewers a new way of looking at skateboarding in his documentary.


Local film sells out for premiere showing at Wealthy Theatre

Submitted 11-07-2013 under LOCAL LIFE

"Cactus" will premiere this Saturday, November 9 with shows at 8 and 9 already sold out. A third showing has been added at 9:45 p.m.


Story Matters: Gretchen Vinnedge explains local film opportunities

Submitted 11-07-2013 under NONPROFITS

Gretchen Vinnedge, Education Director of the Community Media Center, talks about her involvement in the Mosaic Film Experience and encourages local young people to get involved in filmmaking.


Story Matters: Maggie Annerino builds life skills in local students

Submitted 11-04-2013 under NONPROFITS

Maggie Annerino helped local GRPS students learn about their media consumption through her media literacy curriculum that was used at the Mosaic Film Experience at Wealthy Theatre