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Eastown continues to be a vibrant community as it changes with more housing and businesses.

Autumn on the Grand River

ArtPrize entry, 'Two-way Protocols' by Zane Miller at KCAD.

Neighbors join Seitu Jones in his ArtPrize piece, The Heartside Community Meal, feeding 200 people.

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1349 Lake Drive SE, Sondag's Pastries in 1944

Neighborhoods of GR: Eastown a hip, connected community

Diverse. Hipster haven. Former streetcar through fair. Eastown, as one of the oldest established neighborhoods in GR, is an ever-evolving, tight knit community with a rich history explored in this edition of Neighborhoods of GR.

Angie Wasserman-Nelund and Troy Wasserman.

Living history: Wasserman's Flowers & Gifts is a story about Muskegon's past—and future

The Wasserman family and their flower shop have been an integral part of Muskegon for 137 years, and the city's oldest family-owned business weaves a narrative about the history, present and future of Muskegon—about the determination, joy, hardships, and perseverance of its people.

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Museum School fulfills purpose of original Grand Rapids Public Museum building

Dear to the hearts of area residents old enough to have spent time there, the former Grand Rapids Public Museum building at 54 Jefferson Ave. SE is awakening from a long sleep. Next fall, ninth-grade students from the Grand Rapids Public Museum School will claim it as their high school.

The Trust Building offers mixed use retail and executive suites

A combination of things: Mixed-use buildings grow Grand Rapids

Will mixed-use buildings create economic success in Grand Rapids? The answer is complicated, and requires sound public policy, mindful of economic impact.

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Rumsey Street: Leaving behind a history of sacred space

Veronica Quintino-Aranda grew up on Grandville Avenue and has attended St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church her entire life. As the building is demolished to make room for new development--Quintino-Aranda wants future generations to remember the space with reverence and respect.

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Calle Rumsey: Dejando atrás una historia sagrada

Veronica Quintino-Aranda creció en Grandville Avenue y ha asistido a St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church toda su vida. A medida que el edificio es demolidapara dar cabida a un nuevo desarrollo, Quintino-Aranda quiere que las futuras generaciones recuerden el espacio con reverencia y respeto.

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Facing a changing future, Midland reimagines its identity

In the wake of an historic merger between Dow and DuPont, Midland’s civic leaders are finding new ways to strengthen the city’s image for young talent.
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