It’s like they say: two bands are better than one.
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.
For Jake and Pete Twitchell, it’s the 10-year anniversary of their father’s tragic death in a 1952 mining accident. The Pickaway Coal Company’s South Mountain in rural West Virginia — locally nicknamed “The Burnt Part” — is where the death of those four miners occurred, three of whom left behind children.
In the midst of a weeks-long government shutdown, Grand Rapids Civic Theatre is trying to ease the pain.
It’s four songs into Anastasia before audiences are really introduced to Anya (Lila Coogan) the show’s female lead. Up until that point, a lot of years go by, and quickly too, jumping from 1906 to 1917 to our final destination, 1927.
The Gilmore Keyboard Festival welcomed Russian piano virtuoso Nikita Mndoyants to the Wellspring Theater in Kalamazoo on Sunday evening for the third installment of its Rising Stars series. Rising Stars offers an opportunity to see small recitals from up-and-coming artists in the world of classical piano, and 29-year-old Mndoyants performed for a full house clearly eager to enjoy his talents in such an intimate setting.
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.
A murder mystery took place at Grand Rapids Civic Theatre for the opening night of “And Then There Were None,” based on the novel and play written by Agatha Christie and locally directed by Bruce Tinker.
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.
In just two short years, the Samsara Family Collective has completely changed the playing field for electronic artists working and creating here in West Michigan.
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