Review: Seeing/Seen breaks down boundaries and soothes the soul

Written by Marin Heinritz | Friday, 20 April 2018 16:56 |

Anyone who says ballet-based modern dance doesn’t go with hip hop has been proven entirely wrong by Wellspring Cori Terry & Dancers’ Spring Concert of Dance, Seeing/Seen, a collaborative performance that breaks down both real and perceived boundaries from start to finish and beyond.

Motörhead partners with Arcadia Brewing for Röad Crew IPA

Written by Joe Boomgaard | Tuesday, 17 April 2018 15:09 |

As a band, Motörhead turned up the volume on ’70s hard rock and the attitude of punk music in a manner that spawned a new genre of speed metal and thrash.

For 127 years, Carnegie Hall has showcased phenomenal soloists, orchestras and ensembles. An estimated 50,000 performances have taken place in the iconic New York City concert hall. Its walls are embedded with stirring musical history, from Tchaikovsky conducting one of his own works on the night the building opened, to the first assembly of the YouTube Symphony Orchestra in 2009. Nina Simone, Bob Dylan and Beyonce have all performed on its stage.

The inhuman experiences of the 20,000 children orphaned and traumatized by civil war that began in the late 1980s known as the Lost Boys of Sudan have been documented by journalists, documentarians and novelists, among others; yet their incredibly harrowing journeys and often triumphant stories deserve greater attention.

Frederik Meijer Gardens 2018 summer concerts announced

Written by Dominique Tomlin | Thursday, 12 April 2018 06:00 |

Although Frederik Meijer Gardens is always a great place to visit, it’s especially exciting during the Outdoor Summer Concert Series. And with performers like Styx, Alison Krauss, Jason Mraz and O.A.R., there truly is a concert for everyone in 2018.

Wharton Center Announces 2018-2019 Season Lineup

Written by Dominique Tomlin | Tuesday, 10 April 2018 10:07 |

If you’ve ever heard of the Wharton Center, you probably know that the theater tends to outdo itself every season. This year is no different, as the Wharton Center offers a wide variety of musical styles with the shows that have been selected for the 2018-2019 season.

Review: ‘The Lion King’ is an extraordinary, incomparable visual display

Written by Marin Heinritz | Saturday, 07 April 2018 15:33 |

Disney’s The Lion King, billed as the world’s number one musical, is credited with having launched the new Broadway, the one that’s emerged over the past 20 years from a tourist- and family-friendly Times Square, cleaned up of grit, and some may argue, heart.

Happy Days: A Shortlist of West Michigan’s Must-Visit Happy Hours

Written by REVUE Marketing Staff | Wednesday, 04 April 2018 16:23 |

The English language is chockfull of misleading terms. For instance, hitting your funny bone isn’t remotely funny. But we can think of one straightforward term that will never lead you astray — Happy Hour. Honestly, who wouldn’t be happy about partaking in affordable, quality libations?

Beer City USA: How Grand Rapids embraced its title to become a destination for craft beer

Written by REVUE Marketing Staff | Wednesday, 04 April 2018 15:35 |

When Grand Rapids tied Asheville, North Carolina in a 2012 online poll to determine the best beer city in the country, lots of local beer enthusiasts cheered. A few raised an eyebrow.

West Michigan Wedding Business Guide

Written by REVUE Marketing Staff | Wednesday, 04 April 2018 14:52 |

Are you getting hitched? Check out these locally-owned businesses and let them help you plan a perfect day.

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