For author Tom Carr, writing about the crimes of Michigan’s past allows him to travel through time and witness some of the most interesting and sordid events in history.
Walking through the doors of Nomad Gallery at The Morton, 55 Ionia Ave. NW, visitors can reimagine the space as it was in the 1920s, The Morton Hotel. What was once a grand lobby filled with wandering guests is now a vast space filled with art.
A new year means a new list of vibrant events at Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park.
The Grand Rapids Art Museum is opening a new exhibition this weekend to commemorate its 10th anniversary at 101 Monroe Center.
Whether you’re the type to roll up your sleeves and get busy or you’d rather sit still and learn, there are lots of ways to honor Martin Luther King Jr. Day across West Michigan.
Opera Grand Rapids recently announced a new diversity and inclusion series, Opera Unlimited Series, that will focus on special recitals, events and educational presentations that are “designed to broaden the scope of opera opportunities in our community, support music education, and emphasize diversity and inclusion.”
As a young girl growing up in Spring Lake, Joyce Hatton didn’t enjoy writing. In fact, she joked with her father, “I preferred to make history rather than write about it.”
Kids throughout Grand Rapids will be busy reading this winter. The Grand Rapids Public Library announced its selection for its One Book, One City for Kids reading initiative.
Every January, Calvin College invites the community to attend its free January Series. For 15-days, speakers from across the country visit Calvin and provide thought-provoking lectures on some of the most pertinent topics being discussed right now.
No, scratch that, I need more beauty. Don’t you? Politics is ugly, family relationships are strained, we’re putting extra weight on our finances this holiday season, and life is hectic and messy.