Are you ready for a scary good weekend? With Halloween fast approaching, Grand Rapids is filled with holiday fun for everyone. So, grab your kids, your best friends, or your significant other and go enjoy the fall festivities.
Ding Dong! The Wicked Witch is definitely not dead.
Her musical bio “Wicked,” which just opened a sold-out three-week run at DeVos Performance Hall in Grand Rapids, is every bit as enchanting and exciting as when I first saw it 13 years ago on Broadway.
This weekend over 30 films will play at the Urban Institute of Contemporary Arts that are focused on “elevating voices and showcasing talent from historically underrepresented groups in mainstream media.”
Whether you’re a theater buff, bookworm or even a comic book enthusiast, this weekend has something for you. Filled with fun for the whole family, GR|Mag is excited for an event-filled weekend in the city.
It’s the middle of October, which means the night of ghouls and goblins is almost upon us. The next couple weeks will be your last chance to get lost in a corn maze or get your pants scared off at a haunted house.
The hottest live music venue in town might be… the Grand Rapids Public Library? Yes, you read that correctly. A place that’s known for whispered conversations and hushed tones, the downtown library will turn up the volume once a month for its “Music in the Stacks” concert series.
Megean Dooley, a Kalamazoo-based folk musician, kicks off the Sunday Afternoon Live music series at the Cascade branch of the Kent District Library (KDL) next week Sunday, Oct. 22.
If you’re looking to enjoy a fall event, eat some delicious food, or even add a new pal to the family, we’ve got you covered. Grand Rapids has something to offer for everyone this weekend.
The 12th annual Couture for a Cure event returns this Thursday, Oct. 12 to the Van Andel Institute (VAI).
We hope you weren’t planning to catch up on sleep this weekend. Grand Rapids has so much to do it was hard to narrow our list of favorites.