The bone-chilling weather is an ugly reminder that summer is still a ways off. However, organizers of the 45th Festival of the Arts in downtown Grand Rapids are already beginning to mobilize artists and performers for the upcoming event, which will be held June 6-8.
Everyone’s heard of Jillian Michaels, right? She's pretty much the modern female version of Richard Simmons (sans the fro). But she does a lot more than workout videos and training men and women on TV's "The Biggest Loser". She’s written books, and she’s an active motivational speaker as well.
It's 10 years ago. You just got your cartilage pierced and you and your friends are cruising around town during spring break, pretty much feeling like the cool guys and gals you are. What CD are you rocking in your deck? Yea, probably Yellowcard's Ocean Avenue.
When the folks at The Intersection claim they have one of the most popular club venues in the world, they really mean it. Those claims were recently backed up by Pollstar (Fresno, Calif.), a concert tour trade publication that gleans information from agents, promoters and plenty of other individuals in the business.
Central City Tap House, a cozy watering hole on the Kalamazoo Mall that features plenty of Michigan craft beer, will be opening the doors to its new Portage location today.
Located at 3251 W. Centre Ave., the location, dubbed Centre Street Tap House, will feature the same great selection of premium beer.
Now, here is a combination you don't hear about every day — indie rock and boobs. But, Halloween generally lends itself to these types of hijinks. The madness is brought to you by Inside The Mitten.
The Orbit Room announced today that it will hold a memorial service on Friday, Oct. 11, 2013 at 5 p.m. to celebrate the life of owner Don Dorshimer, who recently passed away at the age of 56.
You might know Trapt for its high-energy, rock tunes like "Headstrong," but the California-based band will be dialing it down a few notches during its next trip to Grand Rapids.
Ever since the 2009 release of Daisy, iconic alternative/emo band Brand New has fallen off the Midwest map with a touring hiatus, severely wounding the patience of the band's passionate following. With rumors of a new album throughout the past two years and nothing to show for it, fans have been left with empty hands and broken hearts.