Gerald Ford

Gerald R. Ford graffiti remains, debate continues

by (laurelgreen)

Submitted 04-24-2012 under OPINION

A few weeks ago a small outpouring of commentary surfaced with the appearance of three pieces of graffiti portraying former president and Grand Rapids native son, Gerald R. Ford on and around I-196. The most recognized of these portrays Ford as he...

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"Black and Blue" documentary premieres in Grand Rapids

by (Jordan Jessen)

Submitted 02-07-2012 under NEWS

"Bringing this documentary to Grand Rapids is really going to make a big impact. It's like a movie on Henry Ford going to Dearborn. This really is an awesome opportunity," says Brian Kruger, producer of "Black and Blue." On...

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Grand Rapids Flaunts Variety With Super Happy Funtime Burlesque

by (drewsa9)

Submitted 09-18-2009 under LOCAL LIFE

Is Grand Rapids prepared to strip down to the bare essentials? Ready or not, the Grand Rapids art scene has grown to include revealing the unclothed human body paired with provocative social and political commentary. Residents of West Michigan...

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