From world-class pianists to world-revered movie favorites, the Grand Rapids Symphony has thrived in bringing music to the community from all spectrums of the music genres. This year, the Grand Rapids Symphony will be celebrating 90 years of performing and have many special events planned to commemorate the anniversary.
20 Monroe Live just released multiple large events coming to the downtown Grand Rapids venue in the coming months.
In the latest sign of grim economics for print journalism as publishers double down on popular clickbait “content” over hard news gathering, MLive Media Group will no longer publish its seven weekly papers covering suburban Grand Rapids.
With no premonition of the U.S. government shutdown ending, furloughed federal employees and their families are facing the harsh effects. The Grand Rapids Art Museum and Children’s Museum are providing an opportunity for these employees to still experience the cultural benefits of the the Grand Rapids community by offering free admission with a federal identification. Show of I.D. allows admission for the employee and three additional guests.
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.
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