Mokaya: Behind the Chocolate

Written by Elma Talundzic | Tuesday, 28 January 2020 12:04 |

A family-run chocolate shop is creating delicious art in Grand Rapids 

Rosanne Cash: Memories and Moving On

Written by John Kissane | Tuesday, 28 January 2020 11:58 |

Rosanne Cash talks about her long, illustrious career

Whitney: Turning It All Around

Written by Jack Raymond | Tuesday, 28 January 2020 11:55 |

Whitney change gracefully during uncertain times

The Lumineers: Three Sides to Every Story

Written by Michaela Stock | Tuesday, 28 January 2020 11:52 |

Frontman Wesley Schultz pieces together the story of The Lumineers’ third album

Potshots: February 2020

Written by Andy Balaskovitz | Tuesday, 28 January 2020 11:49 |

A monthly roundup of marijuana news and notes.

West Michigan Biz Beat: February 2020

Written by Josh Veal | Tuesday, 28 January 2020 11:46 |

A Roundup of Openings, Closings and Other Local Business News

What's Going On This Month: February 2020

Written by Revue Staff | Tuesday, 28 January 2020 11:21 |


Concerts Under the Stars: Coffin Problem
Grand Rapids Public Museum
272 Pearl St. NW, Grand Rapids
Feb. 6, 7:30 p.m.

If you haven’t been the planetarium in a while, this is the perfect reason to head back. Concerts Under the Stars brings local musicians to the museum along with a local video artist creating a shifting visual experience in real time. It’s extra special with a band like Coffin Problem, a loud, atmospheric, “cavernous and cathartic” rock group that will launch you to the stars.

The Itinerary: Jan. 29-Feb. 4

Written by Josh Veal and Revue staff | Monday, 27 January 2020 15:15 |

Doesn’t it feel impossible that we’re already nearly a month into 2020? Maybe this is how the ’20s will be: fast and furious.

‘Basic Training’ is a profound one-man tour de force

Written by Dana Casadei | Friday, 24 January 2020 15:23 |

As Kahlil Ashanti ended his first performance of Basic Training, the audience’s reaction wasn’t quite what he had been expecting.

Review: ‘Hamilton’ in Grand Rapids goes above and beyond expectations

Written by John Kissane | Friday, 24 January 2020 10:02 |

In a New Yorker profile published soon after the Public Theater’s premiere of Hamilton, Lin-Manuel Miranda discussed early theatrical influences, including Les Miserables, Cats and Phantom of the Opera. Of the latter, he said, “I saw Phantom and I was like, ‘Oh, shit!’ Because it’s about an ugly songwriter who wants to impose his will on the world. I related to that.”

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