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June 02, 2009


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Folks, this one is definitely worth a visit. The Friday night program was enjoyable and the museum was busy enough but not crowded. If you're in GR then this is a must see.

Becks Davis

As you know, I was recently inquiring about Grand Rapids. Thanks for showing different slices of the city.

So much focus in Michigan right now is on the green movement. This looks like a great example.


Tim-Then I take it you're up for that trip back out to the GRAM early next year?

Becks-We've been in Grand Rapids a bit more in recent years since Tim's brother moved there (this last trip was for a family party), and we try to see something new each time we're out there for a couple of days.
The GRAM was a cool building. It's too bad I couldn't take any photos inside-as they allow in many instances at the U of M Museum of Art in A2.

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