Get your political fix at the theater this weekend. Two productions being staged over the weekend explore bygone eras. There’s also a new brewery in town and it’s the last weekend to see the spectacular work of artist Christian Marclay.
Paul Clifton, principal horn and a graduate of Western Michigan University, will join the West Michigan Symphony next weekend for a performance of Germanic classics by Youthful Prodigies.
A local brewery will be in the spotlight this weekend during a special on the Travel Channel.
While you might feel more like burrowing into your growing collection of blankets this weekend to beat the arctic chill, there’s plenty to do in Grand Rapids that will make leaving the house worth it.
Gilda’s LaughFest announced details for its annual FUNderwear Run and Seriously Funny Family Adventure Challenge this morning.
From theatre assistants to co-founders of their own production company, Teresa Thome and Patrick Ziegler have been friends and colleagues ever since they first met at Spectrum Theatre while attending Grand Rapids Community College, then Junior College.
LowellArts introduces a new concert series beginning in January that combines music and art.
After a successful first season last year, Concerts Under the Stars return to the Roger B. Chaffee Planetarium this month.
You’ll have your pick of New Year’s Eve celebrations this weekend, but several other fun activities are also taking place for those who want to end 2017 on a high note.
As the Broadway musical “Rent” asks us, “How do you measure a year in a life? In daylights? In sunsets? In midnights? In cups of coffee? In inches, in miles, in laughter, in strife?” Regardless of how you spent your 525,600 minutes of 2017, we can all celebrate making it through another year.