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Electric Cheetah

A Cheetah on Wealthy Street

by (JeffHenders)

Submitted 04-11-2011 under LOCAL LIFE

The Electric Cheetah restaurant on Wealthy and Diamond is a chic little establishment that's hard to miss. With a front glass exterior exposing the dining room and the name "The Electric Cheetah" written in bold over the entrance, the...

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"Brick throwers" strike again, damage two uptown eateries

by (George)

Submitted 01-25-2011 under NEWS

Exactly one month later to the day, at least two more businesses along Wealthy Street were vandalized. Both Brick Road Pizza Co. (1017 Wealthy St.) and the Electric Cheetah (1015 Wealthy St.) had windows smashed out at approximately 4:30 a.m....

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Super Happy Funtime Burlesque going on national tour, fundraise at Electric Cheetah

by (Jon Clay)

Submitted 06-14-2010 under NEWS

Super Happy Funtime Burleque is a Grand Rapids based ragtag group of talented performers who bring action and entertainment to the people all around the West Michigan area. Known for pushing the restrictions on stripping, and stepping on the toes of...

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Red Cross Hosts Pancake Breakfast at Electric Cheetah

by (RedCrossGGR)

Submitted 03-17-2010 under NONPROFITS

If you have ever eaten at the Cheetah, you know this is more than just a restaurant. The Electric Cheetah never fails to deliver an incredible meal of creative selections, quality local ingredients, and excellent service for a very fair price. Many...

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The Electric Cheetah Supporting Local Farms

by (Jewly Warren)

Submitted 02-08-2010 under LOCAL LIFE

  Local eating is catching on in a big way. To me, it just makes sense environmentally as well as economically. The average tomato travels 1,500 to 1,800 miles before it reaches your plate. In this weeklong delay from harvest to dinner plate,...

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ArtPeers: A slideshow

by (dennetmint)

Submitted 09-26-2009 under LOCAL LIFE

ArtPeers is an annual fall festival that runs concurrently with ArtPrize. Currently in its first year, ArtPeers formed as a response to ArtPrize's three-mile foot print that excluded many in the artist community beyond downtown. The three-day event...

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