Described by The New York Times as “the most influential jazz pianist of the last 20 years,” this Thursday’s performance by Brad Mehldau at St. Cecilia Music Center is one not to miss.
A local brewery said a popular Travel Channel series would be making a visit on Wednesday and will spotlight one of its sandwiches.
Survival and passion paved a path for Triumph Music Academy. After teaching music lessons to pay for college, James Hughes, owner and director of Triumph Music Academy, realized his music lessons were unique.
I can still remember scouring racks of incredibly timeless dresses at a vintage store in Portland, Maine, hoping I’d be able to find one under $100. No matter where I travel, I always try to find the local vintage stores in the area and I hit the goldmine when I traveled to Maine a few years back.
Want to give big this holiday season, make a donation to your favorite local charity on Giving Tuesday.
As the world’s first fully oil-painted feature film, “Loving Vincent” is a well-crafted tribute to one of the most famous artists of all time. Directed by Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman, more than 100 painters collaborated on this film to bring van Gogh’s paintings and impasto style to life.
The need for a safe, accepting environment for teenage girls in the foster care system is often overlooked. Negative perceptions of teenage girls as being promiscuous or bringing unwanted drama to families are just a few of the perceived problems, which make it difficult to find a home.
Ice skating season at Rosa Parks Circle kicks off tonight at 5 p.m.
After you’ve eaten all the turkey, stuffing and pie you can handle, head out to enjoy Thanksgiving weekend. Whether you’re in the mood to shop or dance, Grand Rapids is ready to make the holiday season jolly with plenty of fun events.
West Michigan’s “largest, animated, drive-through light show” returns today with even more twinkling lights.