The Rapidian


ACT Apprentice Allan: Quantity and Quality

Submitted 04-25-2018 under NONPROFITS

ACT Apprentice Allan shares his impressive cartoon collection.


Palatte Coffee and Art: A new twist on the classic art gallery

Submitted 04-25-2018 under LOCAL LIFE

Palatte Coffee and Art combines the comfort of the coffee house with the worldliness of an art gallery.


Michigan Ballet Academy to perform Cinderella

Submitted 04-24-2018 under NONPROFITS

Students from the Academy will be performing this version of the world’s most beloved story on April 28 and 29, 2018 at the Jenison Center for the Arts.


Immigrant tells the story of their journey with a poem

Submitted 04-24-2018 under VOICES

An immigrant tells of their reason for coming to the U.S. from Guatemala: I stood witness to death: of my dear relative, they write.


ACT Apprentice Jay: A Bouquet of Joy

Submitted 04-23-2018 under NONPROFITS

ACT Apprentice Jay spreads joy with her flower paintings.


Ethics and Religion Talk: Holding leaders accountable without judgement

Submitted 04-23-2018 under OPINION

Karla H. wondered, How do we hold people accountable for the things they say and do without judging them? Specifically, how do we hold leaders accountable without judgment?


ACT Apprentice Michael: A Variety Pack of Art

Submitted 04-22-2018 under NONPROFITS

ACT Apprentice Michael shares his many different interests in art.


In Season: April 21, 2018

Submitted 04-21-2018 under NONPROFITS

Happy Spring + what a beautiful day for shopping outside! We have our garage doors open and we have over 30 farms, food producers, and artisans selling their goods here both inside and out!


Abrahamic Dinner offers taste of what's to come during year of Interfaith Friendship

Submitted 04-20-2018 under NEWS

Christian, Muslim, Jewish faith leaders delivered messages to diverse audience over a Mediterranean dinner at the event.


Grand Rapids Symphony, Symphony Chorus, bound for New York City's Carnegie Hall for Friday concert

Submitted 04-18-2018 under NONPROFITS

Grand Rapids Symphony, joined by the Grand Rapids Symphony Chorus and Brazilian pianist Nelson Freire, returns to New York City's Carnegie Hall on Friday for the first time in nearly 13 years.