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The Wrap Battle

The Wrap Battle

WLMagazine November 10, 2014 0

by Bri Kilroy • photo by Two Eagles Marcus It’s that time of year when the whole house becomes a wrapping workspace littered with paper, bags, bows, tape, tags, a pair of scissors (I

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A Grand Butcher’s Repertoire

A Grand Butcher’s Repertoire

Richelle Kimble November 3, 2014 0

by Richelle Kimble • photos by Two Eagles Marcus Cutting meat is the last of the glamour jobs. That’s what her friend and previous coworker, Bob Schloma, said to her. Now, not only does

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Gravity: A Phenomenon Redefined

Gravity: A Phenomenon Redefined

WLM November 3, 2014 0

These three women will pull you in. by Sally Zarafonetis • photos by JMH photography Usually three’s a crowd, but at Gravity Taphouse and Grille, three’s a trio of talent revolving around craft beer

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The Impressionist: Working Class Grit with an Artist’s Heart

The Impressionist: Working Class Grit with an Artist’s Heart

WLMagazine October 20, 2014 0

by Kerri VanderHoff I went to another funeral this past week. This time, it was my late father’s sister. Only one uncle remains before a generational branch of my family tree ceases to walk

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A Maid of Constant Triumph

A Maid of Constant Triumph

Richelle Kimble October 3, 2014 0

by Richelle Kimble She’s a woman of strong identity, a self-driven advocate and a world-class tourist; she’s a survivor of soul-stealing fame and a social activist. Judy Collins, the legendary folk singer with over

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Determined to Make a Splash

Determined to Make a Splash

WLMagazine October 1, 2014 0

       by Cindy Bouma • photography by Two Eagles Marcus With a determined mind and an early competitive drive, Hillary Glover started swimming when she was five years old. If you asked her at

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Breast Cancer: From the Moment of Discovery

Breast Cancer: From the Moment of Discovery

WLMagazine October 1, 2014 0

Liz Powell was not a victim of cancer. From the moment of discovery to the present, this 50 year-old mother of two remained an exceptional optimist, an inspiration to those who are presented with

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World Debut of the Boatwright at GR Civic Theatre

World Debut of the Boatwright at GR Civic Theatre

vickiup September 11, 2014 0

Playwright Bo Wilson says he likes it here in Grand Rapids. Visiting the city from his home in Richmond, Virginia to watch his play debut on stage, he says he wants you to walk

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An Opportunity To Grow with Bonnie Nawara

An Opportunity To Grow with Bonnie Nawara

Richelle Kimble September 7, 2014 0

by Hannah Brinks • photo by Adam Bird Bonnie Nawara came to Grand Rapids Opportunities for Women (GROW) with her feet firmly planted in the business world. In 2010 she became the CEO of

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The Impressionist: Appreciating the Artist Entrepreneur

The Impressionist: Appreciating the Artist Entrepreneur

Richelle Kimble September 6, 2014 0

by Kerri VanderHoff • photo by Two Eagles Marcus Being an entrepreneur is a risky but rewarding business. Adding the title of an artist can cause the risks to go through the roof. Wonderfully,

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