The Grand Rapids Symphony will perform music from the series' sixth film.
“A Streetcar Named Desire,”a tragic drama by Tennessee Williams, is coming to stage at Grand Rapids Civic Theatre.
Sometimes you are on the inside, sometimes on the outside; sometimes you are straddling the two. Sometimes you’re before, sometimes after, sometimes right there in the moment. Relatability comes from one side and perspective from the other; juxtaposition of the two creates meaning. Humor, too, and in this case, some really great music as well!
The seventh annual Zombie Dash 5K returns to Grand Rapids on Saturday, Oct. 20. In this fun, role-play race, runners represent a small band of survivors who avoided a viral outbreak. In this dystopian plot, racers are on a mission to scout out the urban quarantine area at dusk and survive the ravenous zombies who roam at night.
Touch casts of a narwhal tusk, the lower jaw of Gigantopithecus (an extinct group of apes) and a life-size reproduction of the talon of a Haast’s eagle at Grand Rapids Public Museum's latest exhibition and learn about the mythical creatures these artifacts stoked.
Grand Rapids is all decked out for the holidays and a series of trolley tours will help you glimpse all the best decorations.
Classical music’s most beloved composers, Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven, are at the center of this weekend’s Grand Rapids Symphony concert.
The new biennial event, Project 1 by ArtPrize, which was announced earlier this year, has a date.
ArtPrize Nine is taking over the city. If you’re eager to admire the amazing art, ready to create some yourself, or simply looking for a way to avoid the art crowds altogether, we’ve got you covered. Grand Rapids is packed full of events for everyone this weekend.
The Lakeshore Museum Center in Muskegon is joining a host of other cultural institutions that are offering activities and resources for folks to enjoy from home.
Round 1 of public voting has concluded and the field of ArtPrize 10 contenders has narrowed once again.
One of the area’s most beloved holiday traditions is about to hit the stage.
A Hollywood film producer will share how his faith has guided his career in film and television.
Calling all comedians. Think you’ve got what it takes to crack up the crowd on a community-wide stage in March?
A famous astrophysicist is coming to Grand Rapids this week to ruin everybody’s favorite movies.
A West Michigan furniture maker is hosting its final classic car show.
On a Friday morning in June, West Michigan Whitecaps pitcher Trent Szkutnik was up early packing lunches for Meals on Wheels recipients. Szkutnik, along with fellow players Spenser Watkins and Zac Houston, delivered the meals to senior citizens in Grandville.
Detroit native and art scholar Juana Williams was recently announced as the new curator of the Urban Institute for Contemporary Art (UICA). Having a background that includes working for the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit and the Detroit Institute of Arts, Williams has a passion for community engagement and elevating the voices and experiences of underrepresented cultures.
Some of the best young poets in Kent County will be performing at the Summer Poetry Pop-Up Show on Aug. 25 at 5 p.m. at the Outside Coffee Company, at 734 Wealthy St. SE.
This weekend features a fun way to uncork your creativity. And much more!