The Rapidian


The Artists of Heartside Gallery and Studio-- Walter Pinder

Submitted 04-11-2013 under NONPROFITS

"I love music that deepens me. It envelopes me, takes me over."


On the Road delivers at UICA

Submitted 04-08-2013 under OPINION

On the Road brings Jack Kerouac's novel into the 21st century, for better or worse.


Write It to Win It encourages southwest residents to write for The Rapidian

Submitted 04-03-2013 under NEWS

The Cook Arts Center is teaming up with The Rapidian for a writing contest to increase relevant and timely sharing of news occurring in Roosevelt Park.


Young journalists honor Andy Angelo legacy

Submitted 03-22-2013 under NONPROFITS

The Andy Angelo Press Club shares what they've learned about the man who inspired their new name.


Catalyst Radio: KDL establishes new Local Indie collection, supporting West Michigan talent

Submitted 03-08-2013 under NEWS

Nearly 200 items already populate Kent District Library’s Local Indie collection at two branch locations, but KDL hopes to grow the new special sections and is seeking more donations of locally self-published or independently published books and music.


"Wonder Women" at UICA traces evolution of American superheroines

Submitted 03-07-2013 under OPINION

Kristy Guevara-Flanagan's documentary Wonder Women, a pop-culture documentary with plenty of heart and a bit of kick, is screening for free at UICA.


Catalyst Radio: GRIID issues findings of Normalizing Male Dominance film study

Submitted 03-01-2013 under NEWS

Local organization GRIID looks at major films of 2012 to examine gender representation in the medium.


Local film to feature courtship, finding Mr. Right

Submitted 02-22-2013 under NEWS

A New York Emmy Award winning Documentary filmmaker is following a local woman's experiences with Christian Courtship


Students gain confidence, experience, voice through press club

Submitted 02-18-2013 under NONPROFITS

The Press Club, sponsored by the Grandville Avenue Arts and Humanities News Bureau, has not only grown in number of participants, but has become a catalyst for a positive public youth voice.


Grand Rapids' first gaming and comic arts convention

Submitted 01-22-2013 under LOCAL LIFE

Brian W. Lenz and Marc Specter are bringing the first tabletop gaming and comic book convention right to the heart of Grand Rapids. They plan to give local families an unforgettable social experience.