The 36th iteration of a local triathlon takes place this weekend.
The start of Grand Rapids’ newest public art display is fast approaching.
Grand Rapids is getting a new ax-throwing range.
A West Michigan furniture maker is hosting its final classic car show.
“You don’t have to be Irish to love this festival.”
If you are a regular symphony-goer, you’ve likely spotted Grace Kim in the violin section of the orchestra.
Here are the performances coming to Grand Rapids during the 2019-20 season.
Grand Rapids Magazine talked to the Grand Rapids Civic Theatre cast to find out what drew them to their roles and what Johnny Cash means to them.
Every season, Grand Rapids Ballet works to bring amazing performances, music, design and talent to the stage.
If you’ve seen a community theater production in Grand Rapids, you’ve likely seen the work of William Dunckel.
After 10 years of presenting its annual art competition, which included over 1,400 artists last year, ArtPrize, as we know it, has switched to a biennial competition.
Forget everything you thought you knew about the opera because Opera Grand Rapids is changing how people view opera — or rather, millennials are changing the way it is viewed.
"Hedwig and the Angry Inch” will make its way to Spectrum Theater this month as Actors’ Theatre’s season opener.
Misunderstood characters take center stage during Grand Rapids Civic Theatre’s 2019-20 season.
A West Michigan doctor is sharing her story in a book.
This weekend features days of face-to-face gaming — and much more.
The weekend features a "classic" night of music from the '70s — and much more.
Food and beer are just part of the Polish cultural celebration.
Hundreds of “cool cars” are ready to be seen.
There’s a warm-up act for the Metro Cruise, and it starts a day earlier.