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What's at the Market: Saturday, November 13, 2021

Submitted 11-12-2021 under NONPROFITS

Week two of Second Season and we’ve got another full Market for you!

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Mundo Musical de WYCE: una Sesión de preguntas y respuestas con el presentador de radio voluntario Silverio Cerda

Submitted 11-10-2021 under LOCAL LIFE

El más nuevo anfitrión que se une a El Mundo Musical habla sobre su tiempo detrás del micrófono y sus esperanzas sobre el futuro.

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WYCE's Mundo Musical: A Q&A with volunteer radio host Silverio Cerda

Submitted 11-09-2021 under LOCAL LIFE

The newest host to join El Mundo Musical talks about his time behind the mic so far—and hopes ahead.

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Ethics and Religion Talk: Does Tolerance Demand Moral Relativism?

Submitted 11-08-2021 under OPINION

Sandra asks, “In an age when everything is relative and tolerance is becoming a demand, isn't it true that our own sense of right and wrong is being slaughtered and our true self is being manipulated?”

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What's at the Market: Saturday, November 6, 2021

Submitted 11-05-2021 under NONPROFITS

Join us for our first Market day of Second Season! P.S. It’s a full house!

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Ethics and Religion Talk: Who Needs Doctors When You have God?, part 2

Submitted 11-01-2021 under OPINION

Last week, Ethics and Religion Talk responded to a question from John challenging our response to a question on prayer and healing. This week, we share three more responses to John.

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What's at the Market: Saturday, October 30, 2021

Submitted 10-29-2021 under NONPROFITS

Kick-off your spooky weekend festivities with a trip to the Market! Grab a pumpkin for carving, apples for dipping and treats for snacking. It’s going to be a witchin’ time!

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Opera Grand Rapids Stages Don Giovanni

Submitted 10-27-2021 under OPINION

Despite its themes of lechery, betrayal, and damnation, Opera Grand Rapids' production of Don Giovanni proves light and funny.

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Ethics and Religion Talk: Who Needs Doctors When You have God?, part 1

Submitted 10-25-2021 under OPINION

Several months ago, Ethics and Religion Talk responded to a question on prayer and healing. One of our readers, John, responded to that column with his own thoughts on the efficacy of medicine, inviting our panel to respond. He wrote:

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Legendary Guitarist Leo Kottke returns to perform at St. Cecilia Music Center's Acoustic Café Series on November 19, 2021

Submitted 10-23-2021 under NONPROFITS

Grand Rapids favorite, legendary guitarist Leo Kottke, has been described by Rolling Stone Magazine as “so good that he didn’t need a band.” West Michigan music lovers will be able to experience his amazing six and twelve-string guitar picking genius at SCMC on November 19th.

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