Relax - Reconnect - Recharge

by (DominicanCenter...)

Submitted 03-14-2012 under NONPROFITS

On Saturday, March 24th from 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., we invite you to come experience some of the bodyworks modalities and programs that Dominican Center at Marywood (DCM) has to offer in the peaceful, serene atmosphere that is DCM. Events that will...

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First Friday builds community through poetry and conversation

by (Gwendolyn Nathan)

Submitted 02-15-2012 under OPINION

LINC Up First Friday is an event that LINC Community Revitalization, Inc. sponsors every first Friday of the month. On February the 3rd my granddaughter and I attended the First Friday event. This was my third time attending and my granddaughter...

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An evening of poetry and conversation with Ted Kooser and Terrance Hayes

by (Rob Cole)

Submitted 10-18-2011 under NEWS

Two of the nation's most esteemed poets will be featured as part of Grand Valley University's Fall Arts Celebration this Friday at 7:00, in the Eberhard Center on GVSU's Pew Grand Rapids Campus. Ted Kooser, U.S. Poet Laureate from 2004-...

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GR Public Library gets spiny with teen poetry this spring break

by (K_to_the_ukla)

Submitted 04-06-2011 under NEWS

April is poetry month, and this week, the Grand Rapids Public Library is opening the doors and shelves for the first Teen Book Spine Poetry Contest. Teens are invited to visit their local library branch and wax poetic by stacking poetic. All...

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ArtPeers / Art.Downtown / WMCAT - April 15

by (ArtPeers)

Submitted 04-05-2011 under NONPROFITS

  With Art.Downtown less than two weeks away, participating ArtPeers and WMCAT artists are busily preparing for the highly anticipated opening on April 15. ArtPeers would like to thank WMCAT for their generosity in...

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Making Sense of Cangue League's "Flowers"

by (DWalsh)

Submitted 03-11-2011 under OPINION

I ventured out last Saturday to see the third and final night of Cangue League’s play "Flowers" at Dog Story Theater (7 Jefferson Avenue SE). The play had been billed as avant-garde and I was looking forward to seeing...

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