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City Connection: The Rapidian hosts conversation on hot topics in city of Grand Rapids

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The Rapidian will host a special episode of City Connection featuring guests from across the city of Grand Rapids.
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Join us today, Monday, July 10 at 5 p.m. on LiveWire, Comcast Cable 24 for tonight's episode of City Connection. Tune in to this special episode as Rapidian Managing Editor Kiran Sood Patel, Community Engagement Specialist Elizabeth Rogers Drouillard and Community Outreach Coordinator Mariah Cowsert are joined by community members to highlight key community issues.

The episode will feature guests Jenn Schaub and Jackie Vega of Avenue for the Arts; LaDonna Norma, community activist and Russell Olmsted, Rapidian community journalist and Equity Pac member.

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