Linda Gellasch

Catalyst Radio: Center for Inquiry, an organization for critical thinking

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Submitted 11-19-2010 under NONPROFITS

Jennifer Beahan joins us on air to explain the goals of Center for Inquiry. Although based in Grand Rapids and with a small staff of two, CFI actually serves all of Michigan, organizing events in Muskegon, Detroit and many more cities...

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In studio: Schools of Hope

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Submitted 08-20-2010 under NONPROFITS

In studio this week is Fritz Crabb, Director of Literary Services at United Way's Schools of Hope. Many teachers will dig into their own pockets to provide art supplies for their elementary school students. Find out how Schools of Hope helps to...

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In studio: United Way's Volunteer Center

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Submitted 07-16-2010 under NONPROFITS

Joining us in studio are Jane Royer and Jessica Gonyou from United Way's Volunteer Center. Stay tuned to hear how the wave of retiring babyboomers have influenced the assembly of volunteer opportunities. This week's featured song is "Nerves of the...

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In studio: Healthy Homes Coalition

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Submitted 07-09-2010 under NONPROFITS

Joining us in studio is Healthy Homes Coalition, a nonprofit centered on ensuring environmentally safe homes with children. The featured song is "No One to Steer" from Four Finger Five's album 2:22.   MEDIA ANALYSIS Google to offer  new...

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In studio - Matthew Altena, amateur boxing reporter

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Submitted 06-11-2010 under NONPROFITS

This week on Catalyst Radio, Matthew Altena is joining us in the studio. Matt covers the amateur boxing beat in Grand Rapids with regular blow-by-blow descriptions and profiles from the boxing community. To read Matt's stories, check out his...

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In studio: Lisa Rose Starner

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Submitted 05-21-2010 under NONPROFITS

This week, Catalyst Radio speaks with Lisa Rose Starner, author of The Local Beet on The Rapidian. The featured song is "Harvest The Bounty" by Phil WIntermute from the compilation "Something Fresh." MEDIA ANALYSIS Twitter more...

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In studio: Literacy Center of West Michigan

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Submitted 05-14-2010 under NONPROFITS

This week on Catalyst Radio, Chris Belding of the Literacy Center of West Michigan joins us in studio. The featured song is "Who Cares?" from local musician Nicholas James Thomasma's newest release, Barefoot. MEDIA ANALYSIS Wired, BitsNick...

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