The Rapidian

Culture

Ethics and Religion Talk: How to Handle Difficult Political Conversations

Submitted 10-16-2019 under OPINION

Jason N. asks, “How can I talk to others about climate change, money in politics, women's health, etc., from a faith perspective to people with faith, but a different political perspective?”

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UICA'S Juana Williams Guest-Curates Grand Rapids Art Museum Exhibition

Submitted 10-15-2019 under NONPROFITS

Relevant features an array of abstract works from GRAM’s Collection

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In Season: October 12, 2019

Submitted 10-12-2019 under NONPROFITS

Come feel the festive, Fall vibes at the Market today! Pumpkins, gourds, corn stalks, apples, squash, brussels, peppers, and so many more of your favorite fall fruits + veggies!

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Fiddler On The Roof Premiere Was Lively, Powerful

Submitted 10-10-2019 under OPINION

Broadway Grand Rapids brought Fiddler On The Roof to Devos Place. The mostly excellent production demonstrated why the musical remains relevant.

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Michigan Artist Series 'Billy Mayer: The Shape of Things' Opens at GRAM

Submitted 10-08-2019 under NONPROFITS

Exhibition celebrates the work of acclaimed West Michigan sculptor and Hope College Professor

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Folk Icon singer/songwriter Judy Collins returns to St. Cecilia Music Center on October 20, 2019

Submitted 10-07-2019 under NONPROFITS

Judy Collins will appear at SCMC to perform her award-winning original music and debut her newest album “Winter Stories” scheduled for release on November 8, 2019

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Ethics and Religion Talk: The Death Penalty

Submitted 10-07-2019 under OPINION

Ethics and Religion Talk, Ethics, Religion, Death Penalty

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Work of Acclaimed Author and Illustrator David Wiesner Arrives at GRAM this Fall

Submitted 10-07-2019 under NONPROFITS

Exhibition explores richly imaginative paintings by three-time Caldecott winner

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City Connection - Chief Eric Payne of GRPD joins Mayor Bliss for in-studio discussion

Submitted 10-07-2019 under NEWS

New Chief Eric Payne to discuss a variety of issues and topics related to policing in the City of Grand Rapids.

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Lettuce revolutionaries fight food waste and feed families

Submitted 10-07-2019 under NONPROFITS

Neighbors facing hunger deserve fresh produce. That's why Revolution Farms teamed up with Feeding America West Michigan to bring fresh, surplus lettuce directly to neighbors in need.

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