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32nd Annual Fair Housing Luncheon & Workshop Series

Submitted 03-25-2019 under NONPROFITS

The FHCWM is hosting the 32nd Annual Fair Housing Luncheon & Workshop Series on April 25th, 2019 with 3 unique morning workshops, a luncheon keynote from Lisa Rice (President & CEO of the National Fair Housing Alliance), and performances by 2 GRPS students/Fair Housing Poetry Contest winners!

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Ethics and Religion Talk: Communication with the Dead

Submitted 03-25-2019 under OPINION

How do your faiths view communications with deceased loved ones? Is this not encouraged or not even possible?

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Hours after winning Grand Rapids Bach Festival's $10,000 Keller Award, singer makes unexpected debut at 12th biennial festival

Submitted 03-22-2019 under NONPROFITS

Soprano Nola Richardson not only won the Grand Rapids Bach Festival's inaugural $10,000 Keller Award, she unexpectedly performed hours later at the festival

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In Season: March 23, 2019

Submitted 03-22-2019 under NONPROFITS

The Spring Equinox has arrived, flowers are starting to sprout, and we can feel the warmth of Spring approaching. Celebrate with us by coming out to the Market + shop from close to 30 vendors this Saturday, with options ranging from Michigan-grown produce, farm products, artisan foods + goods!

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St. Cecilia Music Center Brings Back to Grand Rapids Multi-Grammy Award Winning Country Swing Band Asleep at the Wheel on April 11, 2019

Submitted 03-21-2019 under NONPROFITS

St. Cecilia Music Center Brings Back to Grand Rapids Multi-Grammy Award Winning Country Swing Band Asleep at the Wheel on April 11, 2019, following six straight concert performances in their home state of Texas. New Routes, their latest album released Fall 2018 marks a new path forward.

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Grand Raggidy Roller Derby season kicks off with double header against Guelph's Royal City Roller Derby this Saturday, March 23

Submitted 03-21-2019 under LOCAL LIFE

Learn more about this season's home opener from Sugarpants, GRRD All Star team captain

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April "Culinary Conversations" meetup examines racial inequality, socioeconomics in the food industry

Submitted 03-18-2019 under NONPROFITS

The Downtown Market will host Chef Tunde Wey, a Nigerian born chef, business owner and founder of the Blackness in America Dinner Series, for the second “Culinary Conversations” Meetup on April 4 at 5 p.m.

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Visions and Revisions at the GRAM

Submitted 03-18-2019 under OPINION

Current exhibit is an opportunity to consider what we want in our museum

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Ethics and Religion Talk: What is a Religious Lifestyle?

Submitted 03-18-2019 under OPINION

What does it mean to live a Christian lifestyle? How would this be different from living a Jewish lifestyle, a Muslim lifestyle, a Hindu lifestyle?

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Grand Rapids Bach Festival gets underway with music, yoga, free events, and a $10,000 prize

Submitted 03-17-2019 under NONPROFITS

The 12th biennial Grand Rapids Bach Festival welcomes world-class musicians, Trinity Wall Street Choir for week's worth of activities, March 17-24

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