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Seasons change, and so do the options at the Fulton St. Farmers Market.

Derek Kober works at Mix Street on Burton where people can buy mixed CDs, vinyl, and more on the southwest side.

Friends of Grand Rapids Park throw the annual Green Gala on the Grand River.

Grand Rapidians watch the solar eclipse with the rest of the country.

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Lewis Williams, left, and  Darel Ross II in front of the future site of Forty Acres.

Forty Acres Soul Kitchen: Celebrating community and culture with unapologetically good food

Forty Acres Soul Kitchen seeks to launch in late fall 2017/early winter 2018. With great food, quality service and an up-scale dining experience, this soul-food venture seeks to create a community gathering place and impact wealth creation and minority-owned entrepreneurial endeavors.

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UIX: Reduce, recycle, re-stitch; creative programs divert landfill waste to improve and educate

Compost and recyclable materials are being diverted from local landfills by individuals both looking for a chance to win free concert merch, and those who have a true understanding of environmental responsibility. Either way it’s inspiring.

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Dismantling racism: the fight for immigration reform

Here we explore the story of Juan Fernando Delgado, a young resident of Grandville Avenue and DACA recipient, and what it means to navigate access to education, resources, and basic needs as an undocumented immigrant. 

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Combatiendo el racismo: la pelea a favor de una reforma migratoria

Aqui relatamos la historia de Juan Fernando Delgado, un joven viviendo en la avenida Grandville con permiso DACA, y lo que significa aceder una educacion, recursos y necesidades basicas como inmigrante sin estatus inmigatorio. 

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Rapid Blog: Monroe Community Church builds community through ArtPrize

This week's Rapid Blog comes to us from Steve Fridsma, curator at Monroe Community Church, which has served as an ArtPrize venue since its inception. Fridsma explore's the church's evolution as a public art space, and how the congregation uses art to connect to its community.

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West Michigan’s new education buildings: student-inspired technology, aesthetic, and sustainability

Architects, educators, and building contractors are collaborating to create learning spaces that incorporate all the benefits new technologies have to offer while addressing children’s holistic needs: physical, emotional, and intellectual.
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