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Episode 20 of Glance at the Past, a local history radio project presented by the Grand Rapids Historical Commission and the Community Media Center. Today, the desperate tale of the Winter of 1842-43.
Grand Rapids Historical Commission and the Community Media Center present "Glance at the Past". This episode shares the history of Burton Farm.
Grand Rapids Historical Commission and the Community Media Center present "Glance at the Past". Did you know that in Grand Rapids' early days the Grand River was home to three islands?
Congratulations to Lansing's Greg Nagy on his Blues Foundation nomination for Best New Artist for his album Walk That Fine Thin Line.
The Blues Foundation Awards (formerly the W.C. Handy Awards) honor the best in blues from around the globe. Greg and his band perform at the 30th Annual BFA ceremony in May and at the WYCE Jammie Awards in February.
A group from Pioneer Resources in Muskegon are learning video production to make their own movie. They will be submitting their video to a national film festival dedicated to film makers with disabilities. Their first stop was GRTV's studio class and from there they will be learning field production and editing.