Community-centered soccer league returns to westside for new season

Submitted 05-14-2024 under LOCAL LIFE

The Soccer Rebellion brings back Bridge Street League to Las Canchas, fostering community engagement through soccer. New women's league introduced.


‘We’re not slowing down, we’re speeding up’: Saxon and Uriah Heep bring tour to downtown Grand Rapids

Submitted 05-13-2024 under NEWS

British Metal legends Saxon and Rock icons Uriah Heep are set to co-headline at GLC Live at 20 Monroe


Ethics and Religion Talk: Give me your best elevator pitch for your religion!

Submitted 05-13-2024 under OPINION

In an elevator pitch, what would you offer as the most important points of your faith? Let's say you have two minutes max to make your case.


National Salvation Army Week Begins May 13th

Submitted 05-06-2024 under NONPROFITS

The Salvation Army in Kent County is celebrating its 140th Anniversary May 13-19 during National Salvation Army Week.


Ethics and Religion Talk: Is it ethical to modify an animal genome to transplant organs into humans?

Submitted 05-06-2024 under OPINION

Is it ethical to modify an animal genome and raise animals to use their organs for human transplants?


League of Women Voters holds reception for 2nd Annual GoVote Poster Contest

Submitted 04-30-2024 under NONPROFITS

A reception and month's long exhibit at the Grand Rapids Art Museum celebrate the work of Kent County high school students


City Connection: Evette Pittman, manager of the City's Office of Special Events, to join Rapidian program manager in the GRTV studio

Submitted 04-29-2024 under NONPROFITS

Watch live on GRTV's Facebook page and YouTube channel beginning at 4 p.m. on Monday, May 6.


Earth Radio takes the stage at Pyramid Scheme for an otherworldly album release show

Submitted 04-26-2024 under LOCAL LIFE

Earth Radio's album release at the Pyramid Scheme was an immersive journey into jazz fusion. With captivating visuals and poetic lyrics, they explored themes of environmentalism and collaboration.


The Accidentals return to midtown with a new twist on old favorites

Submitted 04-26-2024 under LOCAL LIFE

The Accidentals celebrated "Cover Art" at Midtown, blending classic hits with fresh twists. The album isn't just homage but a dive into the future of indie music. Danni Nicholls warmed up the crowd with indie folk and country vibes.


To Kill A Mockingbird remains shattering and tragic

Submitted 04-24-2024 under OPINION

Broadway Grand Rapids brings an American classic to the stage with a funny, moving script by Aaron Sorkin and a great central performance by Richard Thomas.