Concerts Under the Stars continue

The Grand Rapids Public Museum will continue its 2022 Concerts Under the Stars series in February.

‘Hamilton’ fans can play lottery to win tickets

Broadway Grand Rapids will make it easier for patrons to get tickets to "Hamilton."

Holland to host Celtic festival

A new festival celebrating Scots-Irish culture is coming to West Michigan.

Arts and crafts exhibitors to showcase products

Downtown Muskegon will host a new fine arts and craft shopping event this spring.

Gilda’s LaughFest reveals festival lineup

Gilda’s LaughFest announced some of the headliners for its annual festival.

Dance ensemble presents ‘RED’

A Grand Rapids ballet group will perform a dance interpretation of a classic fairy tale.

Papa Roach, Brian Regan, more coming to Grand Rapids

Grand Rapids will host a series of concerts and shows at multiple downtown venues.
Entrance to the Grand Rapids Public Musuem's "Toys!" exhibit.

Make a Playdate at the Public Museum for “Toys!”

The Grand Rapids Public Museum (GRPM) is tying together nostalgia and pop culture in its latest exhibit, “Toys!” Exploring toys throughout time, this chronological walkthrough begins in 1945 with the Baby Boomers and ends in the recent Millennial era.
May the fourth be with you

“May the Fourth Be With You” with these Star Wars Themed Events

Celebrate all things Star Wars on May 4 with these fun events taking place around Grand Rapids.
Founders Fest 2017

7 Can’t Miss June Festivals

Feeling festive this month? Kick off summer by spending the day with your friends and family at one of these seven upcoming festivals that will be sure to get you in the summer spirit.
Joyce Verplank Hatton charts her experiences in business and politics in her new memoir.

“Breaking Glass” with Joyce Verplank Hatton

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.”

Symphony releases new CD

The Grand Rapids Symphony released its first album featuring Director Marcelo Lehninger.
partial The Legend of Giants mural by Natalia Rak

Artist Painting Mural Downtown

A Polish artist is leaving her mark on downtown Grand Rapids.
Nomad Gallery art show

‘Radically Different’

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.
*Main photo: Gail Buckland is the curator of the new exhibition at the Grand Rapids Art Museum featuring sports photography from the 1840s to the present. At her left is a striking image of the 1966 NBA Finals. (Photo by Sam Easter for GR|MAG)

Expansive Sports Photography Exhibit Hits a Home Run at GRAM

On the second floor of the Grand Rapids Art Museum (GRAM), there is a photo of the 1966 NBA finals. The Boston Celtics’ Bill Russell is guarding the Los Angeles Lakers’ Elgin Baylor. The two are suspended in midair; floating toward the rim, the stadium lights illuminating their teammates and the countless, pinpoint faces of the crowd.
Chiaroscuro International Film Series, Force Majeure

Chiaroscuro International Film Series Begins Sunday

With films spanning the globe, the free Chiaroscuro International Film Series kicks off its 12th season on Sunday.
101 Ways to Enjoy the Mosaic by Skot Welch.

101 Ways to Create a Diverse Community in Your Own Backyard

Travel has always been one of the best ways to open your horizons and learn about other cultures and traditions, but with busy schedules and financial boundaries, that’s not always possible.
"Spheres of Influence" by Alexis Rockman at GRAM

GRAM Great Lakes Exhibit Named Best in Country by USA Today

USA Today recently named the “Best Museum Exhibits in the U.S. this Winter” and the Grand Rapids Art Museum’s (GRAM) exhibition of “The Great Lakes Cycle” by Alexis Rockman is among the exhibitions highlighted.

11 Ways to Celebrate Pride Month in GR

June is LGBTQ Pride Month and there are plenty of ways to celebrate your Pride this month in Grand Rapids. Break out your rainbow flags and check out our roundup below.
Edward Sheriff Curtis Inashah - Yakima copyright 1910, published 1911 Volume 7 Portfolio, Plate 220

Your Guide to the Muskegon Museum of Art’s Summer Exhibitions

With a selection of 150 photogravures from “The North American Indian” by Edward Curtis, and moving to more recent times with vintage motorcycles from...




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