Celebration Cinema South reopening Thursday

After 14 months, Celebration Cinema South in Kentwood will reopen its doors to moviegoers Thursday.

Metro Toyota SkeleTour returns to Downtown Kalamazoo

Downtown Kalamazoo will be getting a “skele-fun” makeover for the third annual Metro Toyota SkeleTour taking place through all of October.
GVSU New Music Ensemble celebrates release of "Return"

GVSU Grads Band Together with Students on Album

Former Grand Valley State University music composition students Adam Cuthbért (2010), Matthew Finch (2015), and Daniel Rhodé (2012) brought their talents back to campus by creating classical music compositions for “Return,” the fourth album recorded by campus group New Music Ensemble.
The Orbit Room

The Orbit Room Closes

A long-running concert and events venue in Grand Rapids did not ring in the New Year with a party.

Muskegon County casino plan heads to Lansing

The Little River Band of Ottawa Indians is one step closer to building a casino in Muskegon County.
Royal Blood performs in Grand Rapids Sunday.

Bring Your Earplugs, Royal Blood Promises ‘Loud’ Performance

Royal Blood is not a quiet band. Opening for Queens of the Stone Age on Sunday night at 20 Monroe Live, Royal Blood plans to start the party.

Our Top Weekend Picks

This weekend features a program just for local history buffs. And much more!

Concerts Under the Stars Returns to Public Museum

Lean back, let the music wash over you and get lost in the swirling images spread out across the sky above you. There is nothing quite like the Grand Rapids Public Museum’s Concerts Under the Stars music series.
Grand Rapids Civic Theatre A Street Car Named Desire poster

Grand Rapids Civic Theatre Releases Schedule

The Grand Rapids Civic Theatre has announced its schedule for the 2019-20 season.
Cruise-In Benefit classic car

Check out the final Cruise-In

A West Michigan furniture maker is hosting its final classic car show.

Kentwood to host fundraiser for adaptive programs

Kentwood community members are invited to an annual celebration and fundraiser in support of adaptive recreation programs.

Grand Rapids high school tournament returns

The third annual Labor Day High School Basketball Tournament will be held on Monday, Sept. 6 between 3-7:30 p.m. at Dickinson Park, 1635 Willard Ave. SE in Grand Rapids.

Folk guitarist brings summer tour to Spring Lake

Australian singer and musician Daniel Champagne will make a stop in West Michigan during his summer 2022 tour. 

Civic Theatre Costumes Bring “The Little Mermaid” to Life

There have been several recreations of Disney’s classic, “The Little Mermaid,” but now it is the Grand Rapids Civic Theatre’s turn at the helm. Costume designer Robert Fowle, the recent winner of the Norma Brink Lifetime Achievement Award, is making this show an experience to remember with dazzling costumes that will send your imagination reeling.

Grammy-winning musician returns to Grand Rapids

Legendary folk artist Judy Collins is coming to St. Cecilia Music Center.

Movies from the Mound returns to LMCU Ballpark

Movies from the Mound will return later this month at LMCU Ballpark, 4500 West River Drive, Comstock Park.

Symphony welcomes spring with weekend concert

The Grand Rapids Symphony is fighting the extended winter blues with a spring-themed performance featuring a mother-son duo.

Battle Creek Symphony to host free virtual concert

The Battle Creek Symphony will present Russian Romance, a free virtual concert at 7:30 p.m. April 3.

Library celebrates 150 years

The Grand Rapids Public Library is having a year-long sesquicentennial celebration that will culminate on its birthday on Dec. 21.

Grand Rapids Symphony continues Pathwaves series for spring

The Grand Rapids Symphony launched its online spring Pathwaves concert series that will continue through June.




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