Civic Theater’s production of Calendar Girls opens tonight and brings “a lot of heart.”
Not ready to transition to fall (raises hand and waves somberly)? We’re hoping a few cozy items from local boutiques can get you excited about this season’s offerings. If nothing else, now you know what the cool kids are wearing these days.
End your day with a craft cocktail (or several, no one’s judging). Tonight, 22 craft distillers from around Michigan are throwing the first Michigan Distilled Festival.
Starbucks may have started the pumpkin spice trend with its pumpkin spice latte, but there are plenty of local restaurants, coffee shops, breweries and even retailers offering up their own twists on the fall favorite. Check out some local spots where you can get your pumpkin spice fix.
With the school year back in full swing, don’t forget to have fun this weekend. From food to fashion to comedy, our weekend picks are sure to provide something for everyone. So get out and enjoy the nice September weather before it’s too late.
A pop-up fitness class is taking over the Blue Bridge in downtown Grand Rapids on Thursday night.
Want a say in how you get around downtown? The Rapid has launched an online tool that aims to capture feedback from riders and non-riders.
Violinist Sarah Chang made her debut with the New York Philharmonic when she was nine. Since that time, she’s performed and recorded with every major orchestra.
As you are packing away your summer attire and unpacking your favorite winter sweaters, take a good look at what you might be able to do without.
Bob Dylan is coming to Grand Rapids this fall.