Looking to spend an afternoon or a weekend touring Grand Rapids’ best craft breweries? The new Brewsader app developed by Experience Grand Rapids makes it even easier to plan your outing and follow the city’s ale trail.
One of three headliners set to perform at the Grand Rapids Pride Festival this summer has been announced.
Grand Rapids’ newest happy hour also includes a chance to learn about the cocktails you’re sipping.
Winter will soon be over (no, really) but right now you hate everything in your closet. We get that. Crushing on spring style is only natural this time of year as we hope she graces us with warm breezes, green grass and open-toed shoes. Check out what a few local boutiques have to get you ready for the season.
“I’m the lead idiot,” Bart Sumner said matter-of-factly when asked how he helps participants to get comfortable during his Healing Improv classes.
From stocking up on the latest styles for spring to laughing hysterically at today’s funniest comedians, Grand Rapids has plenty to do this weekend.
With the eighth annual Gilda’s LaughFest approaching, comedy acts will be stopping by Grand Rapids for a week straight. One act that won’t be leaving though is River City Improv, a group that has spent almost a quarter-century entertaining the city and has shown no signs of slowing down.
There are many things comedian Teresa Thome remembers about her late mother, but a certain item that was always stashed in her mother’s purse has stood out in her memories.
You don’t need a yoga mat, fancy yoga clothes or even to be physically fit. You only need to be ready to take yourself less seriously, says Angela Essick Dykes, who will be leading several free Laughter Yoga sessions at Gilda’s Club in Grand Rapids and Lowell as part of LaughFest 2018.
Full of suspense and romance and set to a variety of beloved Whitney Houston tunes, “The Bodyguard: The Musical” has brought the 1992 film to life on stage since 2012, and Broadway Grand Rapids is delighted to bring the show to DeVos Performance Hall.