This weekend features a fun way to uncork your creativity. And much more!
The Muskegon Museum of Art opened a new exhibition earlier this month, Russell Prather: Layers and Light, that will run until Jan. 17.
The Getty Drive In opened its season Friday with new coronavirus-related restrictions.
Grand Rapids Symphony will present the Voice and the Violin virtual concert this Friday and Saturday.
The Black Impact Collaborative is hosting a free outdoor roller-skating event at Calder Plaza from 3-9 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
This weekend features a party to kick off Hispanic Heritage Month — and much more.
Though the concert halls are empty, the musicians of the Grand Rapids Symphony will not stay silent.
Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park on Monday released the 2021 lineup for its Fifth Third Bank Summer Concerts at Meijer Gardens.
The annual Fall Fling, a disc golf tournament and food drive, will be held Saturday at Old Farm Park.
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.
Did you know short films are honored by the Academy Awards?
The Grand Rapids Public Museum will roll out its Sean Kenney's Wild Connections Made with Lego Bricks exhibition Nov. 7.
This weekend features a day-long holiday market full of the city's "best makers."
Hundreds of “cool cars” are ready to be seen.
Grand Rapids Ballet will begin its virtual 2020-21 season with four new programs starting Nov. 13.
A festival coming to the lakeshore is all about “surf culture.”
The heart of winter calls for a celebration in the city.
Just because you’re being safe staying home doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate the holiday with friends and family.
The Grand Rapids Symphony will host an online fundraising event, Music More Than Ever, at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Dog Story Theater will not reopen its doors due to the impact of COVID-19.