APRIL ECLECTIC: Full Moon Hike; Kalamazoo Record and CD show and more

Written by Audria Larsen | Tuesday, 31 March 2015 14:15 |

This month is all about satisfying the urges of spring. Go outside. Hike under the stars, discover your own drum beat, vibe on new jams and emote with creative storytelling.

March Eclectic Events: Dancing, drinking and dressed up pets

Written by Audria Larsen | Monday, 02 March 2015 00:00 |

From an epic Irish bonanza and avant garde mimes to clover clad pets and post-modern dancers, this month is going to be weird, wild and wondrous.

February Eclectic: Shen Yun; Collector's Corner; Roll Your Own Sushi

Written by Audria Larsen | Tuesday, 27 January 2015 11:44 |

February is the longest shortest month either because we live in a Yeti paradise or because we are all love hating monsters. Nonetheless, cold-hearted bastards can still have fun. Race away your angst, discover bygone and potentially deadly beauty accessories, get drunk on sake or actually find a joyful glimmer in your soul when gazing upon masterful dancers.

Outdoor Winter Activities

Written by Lindsay Patton | Monday, 29 December 2014 09:56 |

You can only stay indoors so long before cabin fever sets in. You can't escape the Michigan winter, so you might as well bundle up and have some fun outdoors. Our state takes winter activities seriously, too. There are 51 ski areas and resorts, with 6,500 miles of snow mobile trails and 3,000 miles of cross country skiing trails, according to Pure Michigan's website.

January Eclectic: One Night With Fanny Brice; Blue Man Group; Ice sculpting

Written by Audria Larsen | Monday, 22 December 2014 16:58 |

Once your NYE high wears off, you’re often left with wintertime whimpering, failed promises and the blurred memory of too many parties. Fear not! Take refuge in good old fashioned showbiz, painted bald men, mighty chainsaws used as finely tipped paintbrushes and wild women who tell it like it is.

The Danceoff to Raise Money for the Well House

Written by Kayla Hay | Wednesday, 03 December 2014 09:37 |

 

Competition thrives in all of us. A good arm wrestle with a buddy, touch football on a summer day or a hard-core dance off, with the latter happening at the Pyramid Scheme.

 

Robots, creatures from more than one land of Oz, a silent disco and beer as red as ruby red slippers will color your November as you either fend off the fear of an imminent Polar Vortex or rejoice in a sick fascination with snow sports.

October Eclectic Roundup: Carrie the Musical; Goose Festival

Written by Audria Larsen | Thursday, 25 September 2014 11:09 |

Gangplanks, ghastly girls, geese and goofballs offer up a mélange of entertainment that goes beyond costumes and cornfields this month. Get the lowdown on pirates, grimace at buckets of blood, run like you could fly and bask in the hilarious silence of a bygone star.

September Eclectic: Tinker Takeover; Kalamazoo Reptile Show and more

Written by Audria Larsen | Monday, 25 August 2014 13:58 |

Summer may have shaken its last mighty fist. Maybe. But this September is all about ritual, reimagining and reusing. Tinker like a magpie in a junkyard, cuddle a species more ancient than yourself, celebrate fishy frolics and find reverence for the instruments of yore, via the sounds of today.

Michigan’s Kick Ass Campgrounds

Written by Revue Staff and Minions | Monday, 28 July 2014 13:54 |

As summer winds down, now is your last chance to get away for a week, weekend or even a day trip if you can. Many will argue summer is the best time to be living in West Michigan, with the lakes, dunesand ample camping opportunities. Enjoy the last bit of summer with a camping trip. Or, if you don't like getting too rustic, glam it up a little bit with a glamping trip.

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