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Grand Rapidians will have the opportunity to become citizen reporters with a soon-to-be established network of neighborhood news bureaus in the city, thanks to a $128,000 grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. The Grand Rapids Community Foundation will use the funds to establish four neighborhood news bureaus in the city. Matching grants from the Community Foundation and other sources will round out the launch of program.
On Friday, January 16th, Grand Rapids Community Media Center will be moving to a new Internet service provider. Because we are moving to a new provider, all of our public IP addresses will be changing. During the hours of 2pm - 8pm, users may experience problems connecting to GRCMC's website (www.grcmc.org) and our mail server (mail.grcmc.org). We apologize for this inconvenience and thank you for your patience during this upgrade.
The CMC IT team is proud to announce the launch of www.AlertLabs.org, the new web presence for Alert Labs, a non-profit using social norms to prevent underage drinking and other drug use. The site contains a custom blog, a media gallery which lets you rate each item, and plenty of good information.
Wealthy Theatre was featured on the most recent "Bliss for GR," produced by GRTV-25 (a fellow service of CMC).
Thanks to Commissioner Bliss for her ongoing support of the neighborhood, and to Brooke LaLonde for producing this episode.
Wealthy Theatre would have be nothing without the heroic actions of the South East Economic Development (SEED) organization. Literally: the SEED organizers saved the theatre from the wrecking ball. What would the property be now, if the theatre had been demolished? A Wal-Mart? Shudder to think. Better simply to say "thank-you" to the folks who organized the movement, and saved the Wealthy Theatre District, in the 1990s. Those who have the pleasure of visiting, living, working, or recreating in this neighborhood... are in your...