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Submitted 04-26-2016 under LOCAL LIFE
Booming dog training business, A Pleasant Dog, moves to the Baxter Neighborhood this summer, June, 2016.
Submitted 04-26-2016 under PLACE-MATTERS
Calvin College's Plaster Creek Stewards lists six ways residents can maintain creek friendly yards to improve local water quality.
Submitted 04-26-2016 under NEWS
The Grand Rapids Urban Forest Project is a partnership between Friends of Grand Rapids Parks and the City of Grand Rapids invites the community to celebrate Arbor Day by planting trees at Mulick Park on April 29.
Submitted 04-22-2016 under OPINION
KT Herr and Deirdre Chervenka Cunningham review West Michigan Savoyard's production of Gilbert & Sullivan's The Mikado, playing this weekend at Wealthy Theatre, and explore the show's attendant problems of Asian misrepresentation.
Submitted 04-19-2016 under PLACE-MATTERS
The Eastown Community Association is hosting several events to celebrate community this April-June including Dig into Spring, Picnic in the Park, mobile food trucks and Bizarre Bazaar.
Submitted 04-01-2016 under OPINION
Working at HQ, a drop in center for youth who are experiencing homelessness, have run away or whose housing is unsafe or unstable, means I have the duty to share a little bit of what is like to know and be known by them.
On March 31st, a conversation and luncheon by Downtown Grand Rapids Inc. at LINC Up Gallery on Madison brought a diverse group of women together to discuss city building with a “we can do it” attitude.
Submitted 04-01-2016 under NEWS
"LINES: The Lived Experience of Race 2016" by ADAPT. Theater Company, is showing four more performances this weekend, April 1-3, 2016.
Submitted 03-28-2016 under NONPROFITS
The West Michigan Savoyards, a local non-profit dedicated to bringing live performances of Gilbert and Sullivan’s works to local community, will be performing "The Mikado" April 21-24, 2016 at the Wealthy Theatre.
Submitted 03-24-2016 under NONPROFITS
Do you want to grow your own food? Our Kitchen Table is recruiting residents for free food gardening program.
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