The Rapidian

Culture

Ethics and Religion Talk: Should Sex Work be Criminalized?

Submitted 03-14-2022 under OPINION

Shouldn't a woman (or a man) be allowed to use her body any way she wants, and if she generates income, so much the better?

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What's at the Market: Saturday, March 12, 2022

Submitted 03-11-2022 under NONPROFITS

It’s National Nutrition Month! Head down the Farmers Market and pick up the most nutritious food in town!

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Ethics and Religion Talk: How Important is Ethnicity in Casting?

Submitted 03-07-2022 under OPINION

When a role that is specifically written for a queer Latinx performer, is it unethical to cast someone else, even if they could be just as convincing to take that role?

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What's at the Market: Saturday, March 5, 2022

Submitted 03-04-2022 under NONPROFITS

Don’t let this sunshine and warmer weather go to waste! We never know how long it’s going to be around in March. So make the most of it and come support your favorite local businesses!

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St. Cecilia Music Center brings GRAMMY® and Tony Awards® Winner Dee Dee Bridgewater with pianist Bill Charlap to perform on March 10, 2022

Submitted 03-04-2022 under NONPROFITS

On March 10, 2022, Dee Dee Bridgewater and GRAMMY® winning jazz pianist Bill Charlap will share the stage at St. Cecilia Music Center. Dee Dee Bridgewater has ascended to the upper echelon of Jazz vocalists, putting her unique spin on standards and jazz classics.

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Ethics and Religion Talk: Must You be Morally Pure to Dispense Sacraments?

Submitted 02-28-2022 under OPINION

Can there be Evil men - and women - who do and teach the works of God?

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What's at the Market: Saturday, February 26, 2022

Submitted 02-25-2022 under NONPROFITS

Don't let the sunshine go to waste this weekend! Get outside and support your local vendors at your favorite Farmers Market!

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Ethics and Religion Talk: Should an Unvaccinated Person with COVID-19 Receive a Lung Transplant?

Submitted 02-22-2022 under OPINION

When somebody who could have received a vaccination but refused, contracts such severe COVID that they need a lung transplant, should they be allowed to take a lung away from somebody who has been doing the best they can to take care of themselves, including receiving a vaccination?

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What's at the Market: Saturday, February 19, 2022

Submitted 02-18-2022 under NONPROFITS

What better way to spend a chilly February weekend than at the Market! Get outside and enjoy the fresh air as you shop for the best local goods around town!

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Funding Available to Provide Kids with Local Produce through 10 Cents a Meal

Submitted 02-17-2022 under NONPROFITS

The Kent County Food Policy Council interviews Melanie Wong with Groundwork Center for Resilient Communities

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