In the midst of a weeks-long government shutdown, Grand Rapids Civic Theatre is trying to ease the pain.
The Who is showing no signs of slowing down, touring the country in 2019 with new music and old classics backed by a symphony on its Moving On! tour.
The race to fill an opening 2nd Ward Grand Rapids City Commission seat could be hotly contested between at least two candidates with years of public service experience.
With 2018 behind us, it’s time for a fresh start. West Michigan is full of musicians to watch, whether they’re just beginning their careers or planning to take it to another level in 2019. Here’s our guide for acts to keep an eye — and ear — on in the coming year.
Community organizers have failed for decades to change Grand Rapids’ governing structure. A new effort hopes to change that.
A funny thing about legalizing marijuana: For most of us, day-to-day life will move on. Sidewalks won’t be littered with pot smokers. Contrary to what prosecutors and sheriffs have claimed, the sky will not fall.
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