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Submitted 04-28-2016 under NONPROFITS
The Grandville Avenue Business Association and Habitat Kent are installing light post banners to help showcase the neighborhood and local businesses.
Submitted 04-19-2016 under NEWS
The Spoke Folks launches its 1000 Bikes Campaign this Sunday, April 24 at Brewery Vivant's Bikes for Beers event.
Submitted 04-05-2016 under VOICES
Ernesto Pulido trains in Clemente Park in the Roosevelt Park neighborhood and runs on Kent Trails to prepare for tryouts in his parents' home country, Mexico.
Submitted 03-01-2016 under NEWS
Nuestra Historia, Nuestra Voz, the current project of local Latino students exploring their personal and cultural histories through art, will result in a new mural in the Roosevelt Park neighborhood.
Submitted 10-12-2015 under OPINION
At the end of the marathon that is ArtPrize, the true test of the SiTE:LAB community was met: to make sure long-time volunteer Toni Bal could swing right along the rest of the women in Kate Gilmore's winning "Higher Ground."
Submitted 10-07-2015 under NONPROFITS
[VIDEO] "For the Toward" was selected as a Top 5 Jurors' Shortlist in the Time-based Category and was captured in this film by ArtPeers Erin Wilson and Seth Thompson.
Submitted 10-06-2015 under PLACE-MATTERS
SiTE:LAB's projects, and the new experiences the public has with the property through them, have the potential to use art to facilitate a more expansive vision of the property's future.
Submitted 10-05-2015 under NONPROFITS
Covenant Village of the Great Lakes will offer free memory screenings on Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2015, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., as part of National Memory Screening Week (Nov. 1-7, 2015), an initiative by the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America.
Area seniors and caregivers to learn brain-smart recipes
Submitted 09-29-2015 under OPINION
As a facilitator of volunteers and volunteer myself for Kate Gilmore's "Higher Ground," my turns on the swing brought a surprising combination of power dynamics, physical duress, intimacy with strangers, and even monotony.
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