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There's no doubt about it, Grand Rapids is an awesome city. We've got lots of attractions and fun things always going on, we're a family friendly city and appeal to the younger crowd as well. Grand Rapids has A LOT to offer so no wonder why we make so many "best of" lists...
Shari Solo & Nahoko Kojima's "A Series of Handmade Japanese Paper Cut Sculptures" is on display at Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum.
The entry is in the Public Vote Top 5 in the installation category.
Watch as the piece is installed at ArtPrize and learn more about handmade paper cut sculptures.
Pamela Alderman's "The Scarlet Cord" is at Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum.
The ArtPrize entry helps to educate and raise awareness of the problem of human trafficking through multiple experiences inside of a 40-foot storage container.
"The Scarlet Cord" has been found in the public's Top 25 under the Installation category.
As the nation remembers the tragic events of 9/11, so does Grand Rapids.
Today marks the 13-year anniversary of the attacks on the towers of the World Trade Center in New York, Sept. 11, 2001. A hijacked plane struck The Pentagon outside Washington DC and another crashed just outside Shanksville, Pa. Almost 3,000 people lost their lives, including firefighters, rescue workers, and police officer
A special memorial honoring those who died during the September 11, 2001, attacks arrived in Grand Rapids on Tuesday evening.
A group of Patriot Riders escorted the mobile "9/11 Never Forget" exhibit to the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum. The exhibit will be a part of the annual remembrance ceremonies scheduled for Thursday at the museum. The memorial provides interactive education;
A government shutdown occurred at midnight this morning, and today it has people wondering how it's going to affect their lives until this whole thing gets sorted out. For the most part, unless they work for the government, most people's lives won't change at all. Check out a pretty comprehensive list of people affected and things you will be unable to do during the shutdown after the jump!
It's time for another Grand Rapids FREE 4 All! A few months ago we you about the first Free 4 All that happened in January, and I am happy to tell you that it was a GREAT success! All of Grand Rapids was invited to take advantage of FREE ADMISSION to 4 Grand Rapids museums in the month of January. The tally at the end of the the very first Free 4 All was 14,000 people. The second one was just a