What could possibly be funny about a stage adaptation of the 900-page 19th Century Biblical epic novel best known as one of the hours-long mid century Charlton Heston films?
When Amanda Barbour was looking for a table, she wanted it to come from someone local. She wasn’t buying it for herself; Barbour, the founder and executive director of Children’s Healing Center, was buying it for the center.
Bold use of color, divine feminine representation, and elements of nature are just some of the stylistic choices that define the works of Kristin Zuller, multidisciplinary visual artist and Grand Rapids native.
Creative director and freelance designer Edgar Hernandez is never without multiple projects at a time. Under his brand, The Oddest, Hernandez owned and operated a clothing store for three years in the Grand Rapids Downtown Market.
Ahhhh, the 1980s. Who among us who lived through them could ever imagine the fond nostalgia we as a culture would one day have for big hair, vapid pop and rock music, the combination of lace and denim, and the pretense that everything is just peachy?