In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on Monday, Opera Grand Rapids will take part in an in-concert version of Douglas Tappin’s “I Dream,” which recalls the last 36-hours of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s life through his memories and recollections.
With films spanning the globe, the free Chiaroscuro International Film Series kicks off its 12th season on Sunday.
The frigid temperatures aren’t slowing down the progress of the Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park expansion project, which includes completion dates ranging from later this spring to 2021.
Detroit artist Carl Wilson’s mother was somewhat of a mystery to him. “I didn’t know her as well as I wanted to,” he said, adding that parents from her generation “didn’t spill their guts.”
A downtown museum is extending its hours to better accommodate guests.
Calvin College’s annual January Series kicks off this week with a lecture by Rev. Mary Hulst, Ph.D., on “Why Millennials Are the Hope of the Church.”
American sculptor Beverly Pepper’s work will be on display at Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park (FMG) beginning in February.
Cotton has influenced the United States possibly more than any other crop. Its influence can be seen in the country’s history, economics and the environment.
Pack your bags and get your passport ready, the Grand Rapids Downtown Market will be co-hosting Tasting Spain, a weeklong tour of Barcelona and Madrid focused on the public markets.
Local author Kristina Riggle will be holding a book signing for her novel, “Vivian in Red.” The signing will take place on Saturday, Dec. 9 from noon until 2 p.m. at Barnes and Noble in Rivertown Mall.