Grand Rapids Art Museum Presents National Portrait Gallery Exhibition "The Outwin: American Portraiture Today"

Submitted 05-28-2024 under NONPROFITS

New exhibition features portraits by 42 artists in a wide range of media

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City Connection: Alison Waske Sutter, sustainability and strategy officer, to join Rapidian program manager in the GRTV studio

Submitted 05-28-2024 under NONPROFITS

Watch live on GRTV's Facebook page and YouTube channel beginning at 4 p.m. on Monday, June 10.

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Phabies work balance into their free lunchtime show at Rosa Parks Circle

Submitted 05-24-2024 under LOCAL LIFE

Phabies, an indie rock band led by Laura Hobson and Garrett Stier, headlined the Relax at Rosa Parks Concert Series in Grand Rapids. Their free lunchtime concert featured new and old songs and fostered a playful atmosphere for people to unwind.

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Tick, Tick...Boom! Explodes Into Song

Submitted 05-24-2024 under OPINION

Grand Rapids Circle Theatre stages late composer Jonathan Larson’s musical.

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Twenty years on, Wicked still soars

Submitted 05-23-2024 under OPINION

Wildly popular musical returns to DeVos Performance Hall.

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Artist Mario Moore Bridges Untold Stories of America's Past and Present at GRAM

Submitted 05-21-2024 under NONPROFITS

'Mario Moore: Revolutionary Times' on view April 27 – August 18, 2024

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Ethics and Religion Talk: Have you had family members convert out of your faith?

Submitted 05-21-2024 under OPINION

I would love to read some of the panel members' experiences with family members who might convert to other religions. How is that navigated? What do you do about holidays? Have any incidents ever caused rifts that never heal?

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Grand Rapids residents 'embrace the tension' at 10th annual neighborhood summit

Submitted 05-20-2024 under NEWS

Residents gathered at Grand Valley State University for the 10th annual Grand Rapids Neighborhood Summit, focusing on racial equity and community connection through workshops and discussions.

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Mayor Bliss reflects on two decades of service, sets priorities in her final State of the City address

Submitted 05-17-2024 under NEWS

Mayor Rosalynn Bliss, after nearly 20 years of service in Grand Rapids, gave her final State of the City address, reflecting on her tenure, community growth and outlining her priorities for her remaining months in office.

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Brie Stoner reflects on process, connection and identity following recent album release

Submitted 05-16-2024 under LOCAL LIFE

Local musician Brie Stoner, ahead of her Pyramid Scheme show, reflects on her journey, identity and the making of her debut album "Me Veo."

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