Tulip Time announces virtual run details

The Tulip Time Festival will be hosting the 2021 Virtual Tulip Time Run from May 1-10.

Getty Drive-In beginning 77th season

The Getty Drive-In will be opening for its 77th season on Friday.

Grand Rapids gamer turns video game passion into esports career

Grand Rapids resident Luke Sharretts was announced as the sixth winner of FaZe Clan’s #FaZe5 challenge in January.

Hastings rolls out full summer of live entertainment

Hastings Live will return this summer with events held at different downtown locations to maintain social distance guidelines.

Observe the night skies

Are you ready to take a trip without leaving Grand Rapids?The James C. Veen Observatory might be the ticket for a faraway journey.

Superhero Day returns to John Ball Zoo

John Ball Zoo will host its Superhero Day in-person from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday.

Kalamazoo to host synchronized skating championships next year

U.S. Figure Skating selected Kalamazoo as the site for the 2022 Midwestern and Pacific Coast Synchronized Skating Sectional Championships from Jan. 26-30 at Wings Event Center, 3600 Vanrick Drive.

Kalamazoo native Justice Hill to release full-length debut album

Kalamazoo native Justice Hill wrote and recorded his first full-length album “Room With a View,” which will be released April 20.

FlannelJax’s invites basketball fans to throw axes at rival teams

In celebration of this year’s March Madness season, FlannelJax’s is inviting local basketball fans to come to its location in Grand Rapids with a photo of their rival team to use as an ax-throwing target.

Celebration Cinema’s Pop-Up Drive-Ins return

Celebration Cinema announced the return of Pop-Up Drive-Ins at its Grand Rapids North and Lansing locations this week.

Hope College faculty member releases debut album in response to prejudice

Nationally acclaimed jazz saxophonist and Hope College faculty member Jordan VanHemert released his debut album “I Am Not a Virus.”

Muskegon County casino plan heads to Lansing

The Little River Band of Ottawa Indians is one step closer to building a casino in Muskegon County.

LowellArts Youth Theater to perform ‘The Trial of Goldilocks’

After COVID-19 halted LowellArts Youth Theater’s comedy production of “The Trial of Goldilocks” by Joseph Robinette last year, the theater will be raising the curtains for a performance this spring.

Sensory Showtimes returns to Celebration Cinema

Celebration Cinema is relaunching its Sensory Showtimes program, which is designed for individuals and families with special needs, including autism.

National collegiate bowling championships to be held in Wyoming

The top events of the United States Bowling Congress Collegiate season, the Intercollegiate Team Championships and Intercollegiate Singles Championships, will be held from May 3-8 at the Spectrum Entertainment Complex, 5656 Clyde Park Ave. SW in Wyoming.

Van Andel Arena celebrates 25th anniversary

Van Andel Arena is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year and is asking you to share your favorite memories.

Grand Rapids band releases first album

Jeff Troutman and the Parachute Adams Band released its first album “Heaven.”

Circle Theatre adds more performances to its 2021 season

Circle Theatre updated its 69th main stage season with new outdoor productions and in-theatre productions that will begin May 6.

LaughFest kicks off 11th year

Gilda’s LaughFest begins at 6 p.m. Thursday with headliner Justin Willman and continues through Sunday.

Battle Creek Symphony to host free virtual concert

The Battle Creek Symphony will present Russian Romance, a free virtual concert at 7:30 p.m. April 3.




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