It's the last weekend before Thanksgiving, so it's time to stretch your stomach, catch some quality entertainment and even get some shopping done before the trampling stampede of suburban housewives strike on Black Friday.
Barbara the web minion has an itinerary that helps you accomplish all this and more.
Barbara the web minion spent last weekend ogling hunks down in Kalamazoo at The State Theatre. This week, she still has naughty on her brain, whether it’s macking on some stud-ly crooners or enjoying a live version of “50 Shades Of Gray”.
Barbara the web minion was so happy for this week's installment of Weekend Warrior because she got to stare at pictures of the talent from The Thunder Down Under.
Ok, so maybe you are still hung over or tweaking out from your sugar binge last night. It's time to rally and take on the weekend.
As Halloween nears, it's no surprise that most of the best events around West Michigan feature a spooky theme. This weekend is no exception, with a humorous take on Children of the Corn, Rocky Horror Picture Show and a zombie party.
Be safe on the biggest bar night of the year (and year round) and program these taxi services into your phone.
This month is all about nostalgia and spice. Move beyond hot cider and traditions and get eclectic. Strap on your soft-shoes for a night of 1940s bliss, weave and wind your way through a world of fiber arts, nosh the hottest foodstuffs in the nation and indulge in a little naughty entertainment.
In Mexico, Día de los Muertos (translation: Day of the Dead) is traditionally celebrated on Nov. 1 and 2 in conjunction with the religious holidays of All Saints day and All Souls Day, respectively. However, this is not so much a mournful holiday, such as a joyous celebration.
Until this year, Grand Rapids was the largest city in the nation without a comic convention, according to Grand Rapids Comic-Con event founder Mark Hodges. Fanboy, con-enthusiast and owner of Rivertown Entertainment, Hodges has set out to bring a Comic-Con to the people, in a big way.
Summer breezes have faded, ladies are donning thigh-high socks and somewhere, Frank Sinatra is crooning "September Song." This month is all about lamenting summer's end and relishing the season change, so rev your engines, stomp grapes, spit blood and escape to Armadillo Acres.
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