Atwater Brewery's new location arrives in Grand Rapids, a new art gallery opens in Creston, a few restaurants see changes and closings.
Julia Sweeney is not your typical atheist. The former SNL cast member and current mother, actor and comedian introduced her one-woman show, Letting Go of God, in 2004. For two hours, Sweeney humorously and frankly discusses her 40-year journey from Catholic to nonbeliever.
Be Ever Wonderful — it’s more than just the title to the first full-length album by Grand Rapids rapper Waldo. It’s also a mission statement of the “right place, right time” moment the young MC is now experiencing with his explosive local label/collective AGO, aka the Astronaut Gang.
“Be Ever Wonderful came from a (1977) Earth, Wind & Fire song that my father played for me,” Waldo, aka Kamron Robinson, said. “But what comes to mind when I hear it is just positive vibes … and really just wanting to push a bigger, more powerful message out there.”
When fall rolls around, it’s the perfect time to celebrate the fruits of farmers’ labor in bringing us the fresh hops and grains needed to produce our favorite libation: beer.
Grand Rapids-based Founders Brewing Co. today announced plans to release Lizard of Koz, its 16th installment of the limited-run “Backstage Series” of beers, starting in December.
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