Opera Grand Rapids’ 2018-2019 season stages two operatic classics: Verdi’s “La Traviata” and Mozart’s “The Magic Flute.”
It could be less than four years before the Grand River is back to its natural glory and providing yet another new attraction to downtown Grand Rapids.
Tarana Burke, the founder of #MeToo, is headed to Grand Rapids in November.
While it’s not expected to open until late summer of 2019, Quinn Mathews is already hard at work planning the proposed Studio C Listening Room at the major downtown development Studio Park.
Debbie Harry (not to be confused with the lead singer of Blondie, who will be in Grand Rapids next weekend at Frederik Meijer Gardens) got new feet after a bout of frostbite left her footless.
ArtPrize has taken Grand Rapids by storm. Flooding downtown with people for three weeks in the fall, but that yearly onslaught is about to change.
In a perfect world or in a dream—those are the only two places where you might find something like Outside Coffee. The third spot was in Erica Lang’s heart, which leads us to the fourth spot: The Wealthy Street reality.
Over 8,000 athletes will compete throughout Grand Rapids this weekend as part of the State Games of Michigan. The Creston neighborhood is celebrating with its second annual Best of Creston bash. And, you can take a minute to contemplate the vast solar system at Veen Observatory. That’s not all! Take a peek at this weekend’s Top Picks and plan your weekend.
The City of Grand Rapids is retiring the Parkmobile app this week and rolling out Motu, a new app for metered parking.
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