Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park is now accepting entries for the 14th annual Ray and Nancy Loeschner Art Competition.
On Oct 1., the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts opens Scaled Up: Sculpture by Marcia Wood.
This December, Cirque du Soleil is bringing its newest show, OVO, to Van Andel Arena.
Individual shows and discounted subscription packages are now on sale for the entire upcoming season of Opera Grand Rapids.
This month in business news: New dining and drinking establishments, including Little Lucy's, West Michigan Rum Company, That Early Bird and more. Plus, former Mia & Grace chef joins the team at Grove.
This month in business news: new dining and drinking establishments, including Creston Brewery, Steel Cat Bar, and a re-opening for Supermercado Mexico.
Cycling followed by a beer may not be a new combination, but a May 26 event in Grand Rapids will bring the two even closer together.
The Local Trades Alley Cat bike race, a free event designed for riders of all experience levels, will take attendees to venues all over the city, from bars and restaurants to construction company headquarters.
At each stop, riders will receive a hole punch in their card, and at the conclusion of the race, riders with the most punches have the most opportunities for prizes through a raffle.
Revue is happy to announce our first-ever “best of” readers poll — the Best of the West contest. This online survey asks our West Michigan readers to nominate and vote for their most-loved local businesses, people and things to do.
This month in business news: many new dining and drinking establishments, including Brick & Porter, Gray Skies Distillery, and a second location for Vander Mill.
Not even a mile from what was once the Gold Dollar, the dive-bar launching pad of endless beers and garage bands in the mid-to-late ’90s, Jack White’s Third Man Records will open a Detroit branch of its Nashville-based operations. But it’s not just the Gold Dollar that is within a mile. “It’s the Freezer, the Bronx Bar, the First Unitarian Church, Cobbs Corner, the original Creem Magazine headquarters, the Old Miami,” points out Ben Blackwell, a honcho at Third Man and nephew to Third Man creator Jack White.
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