Leo Zulueta, famed contemporary tribal tattoo artist, visited the Grand Rapids Art Museum this week for a lunch and learn in which he spoke about his decades long career and the history of tribal tattoo art in Western society.
If you’re going to the Heritage Theatre Group production of Tom Stoppard’s “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead” purely out of curiosity to see their twist on gender-reversed roles, first understand it is perhaps the least absurdist encounter you’ll have with this classic existentialist comedy.
The Grand Rapids Public Museum is combining puzzles and craft beer on Tuesday, Aug. 15 in a special Beer Explorers event.
It’s time for the weekend! From mini golf to hot rods to the “world’s largest food truck rally,” there’s plenty to do this weekend in and around Grand Rapids. Oh, and you can soar through the trees if you so desire thanks to an area camp opening its zipline to the public for an afternoon.
Score some awesome items tonight at Goodwill’s Garage Sale block party.
The 83rd annual Kent County Youth Fair begins today.
Andrew Bremer began playing soccer at age five and by age seven he was trying out for a travel soccer team made up of nine-year-olds. The Grand Rapids resident said he was following in the footsteps of his older siblings.
A new exhibit at the UICA seeks to expand people’s understanding of drag.
From competitive yoga to daredevil stunts, there is plenty to do this weekend in Grand Rapids. Check out GR|Mag’s top weekend picks.
Amateur athletes from as far away as Hawaii are descending on Grand Rapids this weekend for the State Games of America, an Olympic-style competition that includes 12,000 competitors in 48 sports across 35 venues.