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City Connection: Tim Burkman, City Engineer, to Join Rapidian Program Manager in the GRTV Studio

Submitted 01-29-2024 under NONPROFITS

Watch live on GRTV's Facebook page and YouTube channel beginning at 4:00pm on Monday, Feb. 5


Want to get involved with The Rapidian Reporter Program? Here's how.

Submitted 01-29-2024 under NEWS

The Rapidian introduces an upgraded Rapidian Reporter Program, enhancing collaboration in citizen reporting.


Ethics and Religion Talk: Do You Need a Degree to Be Clergy?

Submitted 01-23-2024 under OPINION

For the Christians on the panel, I'm curious what degrees you needed to serve in your position. For non-Christians, what sort of ecclesial training is required for your ordination. Are there seminaries? Graduate work?


WMCAT's iBall 2024

Submitted 01-23-2024 under NONPROFITS

Join us at iBall 2024 – presented by Meijer – on Thursday, March 14 from 6-9 p.m. for an evening of celebration, community building, and connection as we invite our greater WMCAT community to be a voice of encouragement to our students.


Clyde's dramatizes the hopes and struggles of post-prison life

Submitted 01-21-2024 under OPINION

Clyde's, a play by Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Lynn Nottage, dramatizes the realities of post-prison life with humor, empathy and style.


Grand Valley presents screenings of inspiring athlete documentary "Team Dream" with cast in attendance

Submitted 01-17-2024 under NEWS

Grand Valley State University hosts screenings of Queen Latifah produced short documentary "Team Dream" (2022) with a star athlete and coach from the film present.


Resource fair connects Heartside residents to local resources

Submitted 01-16-2024 under NONPROFITS

Downtown/Heartside residents connecting with local resources contributes to long-term housing stability.


Ethics and Religion Talk: How have your religious beliefs changed over time?

Submitted 01-16-2024 under OPINION

Putting aside your religion’s/denomination’s “company line“ for a moment, how have your personal religious beliefs changed over the years, if any. If they haven’t, do you think that is a good or bad thing?


Local Artist Highlight: Kailey Smith-Barth

Submitted 01-14-2024 under NONPROFITS

Avenue for the Arts hears Kailey Smith-Barth, Exhibitions & Internships Manager for ArtPrize and artist in her own right. Interview by Pamela MacDougal.


No-cost High Blood Pressure Control in-person workshops start in Grand Rapids in February, additional classes online this winter

Submitted 01-13-2024 under NONPROFITS

Type 2 diabetes and high blood pressure (also known as hypertension) are two serious chronic diseases.The National Kidney Foundation of Michigan (NKFM) provides workshops that help people living with these diseases to be healthier. And they're no cost!