Feel the Burn, Skip the Gym: Six unconventional ways to burn calories

Written by Audria Larsen | Tuesday, 29 December 2015 11:50 |

If New Year’s resolution guilt has fully set in, but the treadmill has become your own personal torture device, an avant-garde fitness regime might be your ticket to a fresh start. While you’re at it, skip the predictable gym, pass on the pomp of $100 yoga pants and kiss your free weights goodbye.

Umphrey’s McGee Amps Up its Stage Show in Kalamazoo

Written by Eric Mitts | Tuesday, 29 December 2015 11:41 |

A band doesn’t acquire a cult following overnight. Longtime beloveds of the jam scene, Umphrey’s McGee have played nearly 2,000 shows in its 18-year existence. The diligent band has toured the world, played the first-ever Bonnaroo Music Festival, and even hosts its own Summer Camp Music Festival for more than 20,000 fans each year.

Staying Sharp: The Sword Heavily Evolves With ‘High Country’ LP

Written by Eric Mitts | Monday, 30 November 2015 11:21 |

The Sword guitarist Kyle Shutt vividly remembers the first time the Austin-based doom group played here in Grand Rapids. The heavy-as-hell band had just released its 2006 debut LP, Age of Winters, and was playing for a packed house at the legendary Jukes Bar when a fan in the front split his hand open on the stage, spewing blood everywhere. “It was a hallmark of live shows,” Shutt told Revue. “It was like, ‘Wow, how are we going to top that one?’”

Third Man Records Opens Detroit Storefront

Written by Steve Miller | Sunday, 01 November 2015 11:37 |

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.

Classic Stereo Rises from the Audio Ashes

Written by Rich Tupica | Sunday, 01 November 2015 11:36 |

For those looking to step it up sonically, the once defunct Classic Stereo reopened last month. The recognizable brand, which closed in 2008 amid the financial crisis, is back and once again stocked with high-quality home stereos and home theater systems.

Emily West Talks ‘America’s Got Talent Live’ Tour

Written by Amanda Denomme | Monday, 12 October 2015 21:59 |

America’s Got Talent is more than just a hit reality series on NBC – it’s also hitting the road. The 42-city tour, AGT Live: The All-Stars Tour, stops Oct. 14 at DeVos Performance Hall in Grand Rapids and includes a decade of talent from multiple seasons, with show favorites like powerhouse vocalist, and Season 9 runner-up, Emily West.

Lansing-based Craft Beer Aficionado Paul Starr Holds the Torch for Lansing

Written by Rich Tupica | Wednesday, 30 September 2015 09:27 |

While the Lansing craft-beer scene isn’t a booming mecca like West Michigan — there is some action sprouting up across Capital City and much of it involves one curly-haired, bearded man: Paul Starr. For the past five years Starr, 33, has become the leader of the pack in Lansing-area craft-beer events and news coverage.

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