This weekend features Beer City on a baseball field. And much more.
This weekend features a fall festival — and much more.
A five-day celebration of improvisational comedy is returning to downtown Grand Rapids.
The Grand Rapids Public Museum is opening a new interactive exhibit.
A stage version of Disney’s “Frozen” is opening downtown.
A mystical novel is coming alive downtown.
Actors’ Theatre is producing the Michigan premiere of the play “Gloria,” a 2016 Pulitzer Prize finalist by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins.
A variety of Latinx acts are taking center stage this week.
The Grand Rapids Ballet is kicking off its next season with a collection of performances that includes music from the 1910 Russian ballet “Firebird.”
Night falls, and you are part of a small band of survivors on a recon mission through a zombie-infested downtown Grand Rapids.
The movie theater at Studio Park is officially open.
This weekend features a three-day celebration of Polish culture. And much more.
The latest attraction in downtown Grand Rapids has opened.
The artwork of the late Billy Mayer is coming alive.
Even just saying the word “fall” conjures up the smell of fresh doughnuts, the sound of stepping on crunchy leaves, the feel of the crisp north wind and, of course, the taste of all things pumpkin spice.
October welcomes in cold nights, cider and spicy aromas like cinnamon and cloves. It’s also the best time for ghostly yarns.
Entries for a West Michigan art competition later this year all will have one thing in common: the beauty of Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park.
Local hop growers are bringing in the harvest, and Founders’ brewhouse is looking more like a greenhouse, as brewers are working to turn thousands of pounds of fresh hops into the seasonal Harvest Ale.
Downtown is getting a new place that will blend Korean barbecue with karaoke.
This weekend features an Oktoberfest celebration on the Grand River — and much more.