The Rapidian


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 Brewing Co: great beer, mediocre food

Submitted 01-28-2013 under OPINION

Grand Rapids Brewing Co. has a fantastic setting and great beers. But noise, a ridiculous wait, and a strange distrust of vegetables spoil a dining experience.


Dystopia prevails in UICA exhibition

Submitted 01-15-2013 under OPINION

Selected artists from across the nation present their concepts of utopia and dystopia with 2-D, 3-D, installation, and new media works throughout galleries on four floors.


WuDunn raises awareness in order to raise resources

Submitted 01-06-2013 under NEWS

An overview of Sheryl WuDunn’s Calvin College lecture on the oppression of women worldwide.


Strawberry Heritage forever

Submitted 12-27-2012 under NONPROFITS

On November 3rd the GAAH Press Club went to the Lamp Light Music Festival; here they write about their experience.


Classic Christmas picture book released for new generation of readers

Submitted 12-13-2012 under NEWS

Local author Lori Walburg enchants children and adults with this unique story about a holiday favorite—the candy cane.


Eating out Lebanese style

Submitted 12-12-2012 under OPINION

The warm and hospitable food "experience" of the vibrant Lebanese culture is reflected in John and Diane Aouad's restaurant, Osta's Lebanese Cuisine.


UICA to show "The House I Live In"

Submitted 12-07-2012 under OPINION

Starting Dec. 7 the UICA will be showing Eugene Jarecki's new documentary "The House I Live In."


Dance dance rehearsal at Calvin

Submitted 12-05-2012 under NONPROFITS

The GAAH Press Club attended a Calvin College dance recital dress rehearsal. Here they write about the experience.


Tanglefoot artists share studios with community at 21st annual art sale

Submitted 11-20-2012 under OPINION

This weekend, six local artists invited the public into their studios. Visitors turned out in record numbers, and red dots and lines to make purchases were evidence of community support of artmaking happening at Tanglefoot Studios.