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What's at the Market: Saturday, January 29, 2022

Submitted 01-28-2022 under NONPROFITS

To Market! To Market! To buy a fine meal for the last weekend in January!


Ethics and Religion Talk: Is It Ethical to Erase Memories Using Electroconvulsive Therapy?

Submitted 01-24-2022 under OPINION

How would your tradition respond to the question, should we be tampering with our memories?


What's at the Market: Saturday, January 22, 2022

Submitted 01-21-2022 under NONPROFITS

Second Season has so much to offer, it would be a shame if you missed it! Come down this Saturday and see what your local vendors are bringing to the Market!


Ethics and Religion Talk: Should an Employee be Fired for Religious Beliefs?

Submitted 01-18-2022 under OPINION

Is is OK to fire a Muslim limo driver for not helping to carry a package containing wine? Is it OK to fire a Jewish cook for refusing to cook pork?


What's at the Market: Saturday, January 15, 2022

Submitted 01-14-2022 under NONPROFITS

Temperatures are dropping, but the Market’s got everything you need to make a hearty meal that is sure to warm you up!


GRAM Presents Forty Years of Groundbreaking Photography by Dawoud Bey and Carrie Mae Weems

Submitted 01-13-2022 under NONPROFITS

In Dialogue organized by Grand Rapids Art Museum debuts Jan. 29, on view through April 30, 2022


Broadway Grand Rapids Returns After Nearly Two-Year Hiatus With Hairspray

Submitted 01-13-2022 under OPINION

Broadway Grand Rapids returns with Hairspray, a musical based on the John Waters film.


Gardening Education for Food Sovereignty: An Interview with Julie Brunson from H.O.P.E. Gardens

Submitted 01-11-2022 under NONPROFITS

The Kent County Food Policy Council interviews Julie Brunson from H.O.P.E. Gardens about education and food sovereignty


Ethics and Religion Talk: Should Five-Year-Old Children Make Medical Decisions?, part 2

Submitted 01-10-2022 under OPINION

The parents of a five-year-old child with an incurable disease asked the child whether she would want to go to the hospital the next time she got sick or stay home to die. Should five-year-old children be allowed to make life-or-death decisions?


What's at the Market: Saturday, January 8, 2022

Submitted 01-07-2022 under NONPROFITS

First Market of 2022 and we have over 45 vendors for you to shop from! Put on your snow gear and head down this weekend for the best local fare in town.