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Sr. Barbara returns to City Connection, live Monday evening at 5pm

Submitted 07-11-2011 under NEWS

Got a question for Mayor Heartwell? Tonight is your opportunity to interact with our Grand Rapid's most prominent elected official - this episode marks the triumphent return of Sr. Barbara Hansen

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Catalyst Radio: Thrive aims to set up successful environment for refugees

Submitted 07-08-2011 under NONPROFITS

New organization Thrive has just joined the Grand Rapids nonprofit scene to serve refugees in the area. Find out more as Jessica Gladden shares the origins of the organization.

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Catalyst Radio: Good Morning Revolution

Submitted 07-01-2011 under NONPROFITS

In studio today, we talk about Good Morning Revolution, the group behind the Really, Really Free Market, which invites neighbors to trade items and learn from one another.

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Communication as Infrustructure

Submitted 06-23-2011 under OPINION

A new white paper provides community information strategies for nurturing civic engagement.

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Bill Hill, literary adventurer and downtown fixture, retires from the public library

Submitted 06-20-2011 under LOCAL LIFE

It's William Hill's voice that you hear on the main library phone line. He is retiring from the Grand Rapids Public Library in July. Before there was Google (or even Alta Vista!), there was Bill.

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Virginia is for lovers, tire swings are for dreamers, reporting is for the curious

Submitted 06-14-2011 under OPINION

You ask whatever comes to mind, you observe how people express themselves through word choice, inflection, movement, color... Everything becomes language.

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Mayor Heartwell hosts City Connection on GRTV

Submitted 06-09-2011 under NEWS

Got a question for Mayor Heartwell? Tonight is your opportunity to interact with our Grand Rapid's most prominent elected official

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Catalyst Radio: Bill Cotter's documentation of six months in the occupied West Bank of Palestine

Submitted 06-03-2011 under NONPROFITS

[VIDEO + AUDIO] Bill Cotter spent six months in the West Bank of Palestine and was taken back by the reactions he saw to the longest military occupation in history.

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Where do you want to put the social in social media?

Submitted 06-01-2011 under OPINION

As we plan our first ever Rapidian Picnic Social, Friday June 10 at Noon, we can't help but wonder where we should picnic next. Help us by suggesting where we should go next!

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Catalyst Radio: Asian Center of West Michigan a resource to many ethnic groups and multiple generations

Submitted 05-27-2011 under NONPROFITS

Ashok Kumar, president of the Asian Center of West Michigan, shares on air the organization's part in the Asian Center movement (started in GR!) and the bevy of services.

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