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Submitted 04-19-2016 under NONPROFITS
The Google Developers Group of Grand Rapids is hosting a full-day conference that includes local speakers, hands-on breakout sessions, a stream of Google’s keynote address, and lots of fun.
Submitted 03-22-2016 under NEWS
5th annual festival to harness knowledge, creativity and power in a day-long celebration on April 2nd in the Heartside neighborhood.
Submitted 03-01-2016 under NONPROFITS
WMCAT's iBall gala will celebrate David Kelley and Meijer with live entertainment with proceeds from event support WMCAT's mission to provide a culture of opportunity.
Submitted 02-09-2016 under NEWS
The Midwest Tech Project Mentoring Program, co-founded by Jonathon Jelks and Alvin Hill IV, launches Februrary 11 at the Grand Rapids Art Museum.
Submitted 11-17-2015 under PLACE-MATTERS
The Neighborhood Business Alliance has created The Go In Grand Rapids smartphone app as the 21st century way to reach everyone - from customer to curious - who want a simple yet cutting edge way to discover what each and every Grand Rapids neighborhood business district has to offer.
Submitted 11-03-2015 under LOCAL LIFE
Local cartoonist and librarian Drew Damron celebrates and pokes fun at Grand Rapids scene in a video game released this past summer to entertain friends and grow local culture.
Submitted 10-02-2015 under OPINION
Leatrice Eiseman revealed color trends to a packed house at the Critical Discourse presentation titled "Future Color/Design Trends: Innovation and Impact" on Thursday night.
Submitted 07-14-2015 under NONPROFITS
Thursday's 10:45 a.m. press conference at Wealthy Theatre "is the culmination of everything we've been doing for the past three years," says Wealthy Theatre Director Erin Wilson, who promises a dozen major announcements about what CMC has done to secure the future of the landmark theatre.
Submitted 07-14-2015 under INNOVATION-SPOTLIGHT
The Grand Rapids community is known for all of its startups, entrepreneurs and impact investing. It's in our culture to give back- but how do we do it in a way that builds impact and legacy- now and in the future?
Submitted 07-09-2015 under LOCAL LIFE
David Wenzel is asking for funds to help him take eight months to write his memoir, "Thank You, Kung Fu." The Kickstarter campaign ends on July 26, with a goal of raising $40,000.
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