Ben PiraniYou Brought the Rain
How Do I Talk To My Brother 2018 via Colemine
WYCE Music Director - Pleased to bring you the latest new releases into the WYCE Library as well as revisiting classics that are worth rediscovery. I like it dirty and funky. On air every Thursday 1-3 PM.
Grand Rapids Community Foundation leads the community in making positive, sustainable change through grantmaking and leadership initiatives. Their mission is to build and manage our community's permanent endowment and lead the community to strengthen the lives of our people. GRCF works to foster academic achievement, build economic prosperity, achieve healthy ecosystems, encourage healthy people, support social enrichment, and create vibrant neighborhoods. More information may be found at GR Foundation dot org
Actors' Theatre, the off-Broadway of Grand Rapids, is committed to bringing West Michigan the best in entertaining, innovative, challenging and thought-provoking theatre. Actors' produces high quality, innovative works that, due to content or size, aren't seen on any other stage in Grand Rapids. Actors' Theatre is located on the Grand Rapids Community College campus in Spectrum Theater at 160 Fountain NE. More information may be found at actors theatre grand rapids.org
provides communication, human services and education to the deaf, hard-of-hearing and hearing communities - with the goal of inclusiveness - in Western Michigan. Services include mental health coordination, job placement, interpreter referral and hearing assistance outreach. More information - Deaf H H S dot org
Disability Advocates of Kent County advocates, assists, educates, and informs independent living options for persons with disabilities and works to create a barrier-free society for all. Information on a wide variety of disability related issues is available for employers, organizations and other interested parties. Disability Advocates dot U S
The Lower Grand River Organization of Watersheds, or "L GROW", is an agency of the Grand Valley Metro Council whose mission is to discover and restore all water resources and to celebrate our shared water legacy throughout our entire Grand River Watershed community.
"L GROW" aims to increase the appreciation of the Grand River and its tributaries by engaging with community leaders to improve water quality, helping local watershed groups increase their effectiveness, and offering user-friendly watershed data and information.
"L GROW" provides a forum for sustainability issues of social equity, environmental action, and financial opportunities within our watershed.
To learn more about "L GROW", "L GROW dot org"
LGROW - Lower Grand River Organization of Watersheds
Circle Theatre aims to enrich, entertain and educate our community through exceptional theatrical arts in an intimate setting. Circle serves the diverse segments of our community with multi-faceted programming through Magic Circle, Circle Presents, Main Stage and other performances. Performance schedule and information at circle theatre dot org