Nerds are hot right now — from their thick-rimmed glasses to the comic books they read. So, we decided to sit down for a Q&A with Steve Fodale and Nick Yribar, co-owner and manager of Vault of Midnight, which just opened a location in downtown Grand Rapids.
It's fair to call Megan Dooley the First Lady of Kalamazoo Music. Listening to Dooley recount the early days of her career requires a serious stroll down memory lane, which is a trip for those who pine for days where venues like Club Soda, Mr. Wonderfuls and Kraftbrau held the scene together. "It's been 13 years since I got on stage for the first time to play music; I was 15," Dooley said.
Groovy Paws (131 Mason St.) not only delivers dog food free locally, it is the biggest and most high-end pet shop in Saugatuck. Frequented by the devilish Miss Carolita, the bright, colorful store is chock full of high-quality pet food, supplies and gifts 100 percent made in the USA.
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.
Ask Paul Tefft what kind of music his band plays, and he’s not going to give you a long, convoluted answer, rife with comparisons to mainstream acts. In fact, his answer is only two-and-a-half words long: “Rock ‘n’ roll”.
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