Cherie Inn introduces gluten-free, vegan menu

Written by Revue Staff | Friday, 14 October 2016 14:03 |

The oldest restaurant in Grand Rapids has decided to expand its offerings in an effort to welcome all.

Celebrate the hop at Founders Harvest Party Oct. 15

Written by Revue Staff | Thursday, 13 October 2016 13:57 |

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.

Founders to release Lizard of Koz as part of Backstage series beer

Written by Revue Staff | Tuesday, 11 October 2016 10:36 |

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.

A new distillery in Kalamazoo, and indie bookstore in Grand Rapids and more.

In the decade since he moved to Grand Rapids, multi-instrumentalist, producer and engineer Matt Ten Clay has undeniably helped shape the sound of the city. 

With his studio, Amber Lit Audio (240 Front St. SW), Ten Clay has recorded nearly 100 different artists. His work with close friends and likeminded bands, such as Heaters, Coffin Problem and Lazy Genius, has helped grow the city’s expansive psychedelic rock scene. Last year, he also won WYCE’s Jammie Award for Best Engineering/Production, thanks to work on albums by area artists as diverse as Hannah Rose Graves, Haunted Leather, Hollywood Makeout and others.

Q&A: Christian Gaines, Executive Director of ArtPrize

Written by Nick Manes | Monday, 03 October 2016 09:30 |
Q&A

Now in its eighth year, ArtPrize continues searching for new ways forward as an organization. Executive director Christian Gaines says the nonprofit has worked hard to establish itself as a hands-off entity, focused on proprietary technology and the events that correspond with it. Gaines spoke with Revue on the past, present and future status of the annual arts competition. 

With ArtPrize, a growing creative class, plenty of jobs and still-affordable space where artists can create, Grand Rapids would seem to be on the verge of an artistic renaissance. So why are the city’s artists so worried about their future? 

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