Q&A: Ralston Bowles

Written by Lindsay Patton-Carson | Thursday, 20 June 2013 13:04 |
Q&A

A chat with the Godfather of West Michigan music, who chatted about memorable experiences in his highly-decorated career behind the mic.

New and exciting things happening in the businesses and nonprofits in West Michigan.

June Free Market: Aperitivo; On Deck Sports Bar and Grill

Written by Steven Depolo | Thursday, 23 May 2013 12:14 |

Free Market was excited to learn about the opening of Aperitivo in the burgeoning Downtown Market (24 S. Division Ave.) in Grand Rapids. Art of the Table honcho Amy Ruis has teamed up with cheese monger and chef Kate Leeder to create foodie heaven in hobo town.

Brand New is back, schedules Grand Rapids tour stop this fall

Written by Jordan Brasko | Monday, 20 May 2013 13:17 |

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.

Top of the Pyramid: Q&A with Tami VandenBerg

Written by Lindsay Patton-Carson | Friday, 26 April 2013 10:42 |
Q&A

We posed some questions for Tami VandenBerg, co-owner of The Pyramid Scheme and The Meanwhile Bar. She talked about the Pyramid Scheme's latest milestone along with the musical tapestry that has made a home there.

Grand Rapids Coffee Roasters (1111 Godfrey Ave.SW) is known for its Saturday Experience. In business since 2007, the micro-roaster encourages customers to visit the fifth-floor roastery Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. You can learn about the roasting process, try the coffee and sit and chat with fellow java-heads, while the shop custom roasts your order.

Many will pre-order the coffee on Thursday or Friday and come in Saturday to pick it up and have a free cup. Roasters such as Erin Durfey take first timers through the roasting process.

Q&A: Top Chef Seattle winner and Kentwood native Kristen Kish

Written by Matt Simpson Siegel, Lindsay Patton-Carson | Friday, 26 April 2013 10:28 |
Q&A

"Top Chef Seattle" winner and Kentwood native Kristen Kish was recently promoted to chef de cuisine for Menton in Boston, a five-diamond and five-star property of Relais& Châteaux. She chats with REVUE about chicken tenders, Olga's Kitchen, and refuses to stick it to someone in her past.

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