Best of Music

Written by Eric Mitts | Sunday, 29 July 2018 23:29 |

They say once is chance. Twice is coincidence. But the third time — that’s a pattern. Tallying our votes for the third year of Best of the West here at Revue, several favorites in the music category achieved what has eluded many in any given field: the illustrious three-peat.

What We Learned from Best of the West 2018

Written by Josh Veal | Sunday, 29 July 2018 23:11 |

In Best of the West, there are plenty of victors to go around. Revue’s annual reader poll asks anyone and everyone in West Michigan to vote for their favorite local people, places, events, food and drinks. We spend all year telling you about the best entertainment around, so this is your chance to teach us a thing or two.

What's your sign? Leo fashion forecast

Written by Missy Black | Sunday, 29 July 2018 23:02 |

You can look to the stars or over in Hudsonville at Lou + Marie for fierce fashions to fit your wild side.

Unplanned: How a local comedy troupe is planting roots in Grand Rapids

Written by Kayla Sosa | Sunday, 29 July 2018 22:32 |

In 2015, Dog Story Theater’s Comedy Outlet Monday brought together a group of four funny guys who might not have crossed paths otherwise.

If comedian Nikki Glaser could host a roast for anyone, she’d pick Taylor Swift.

Cowpie Music Festival set to bring bands and crowds to working cattle farm

Looking out over the musical horizon of a beautiful, fully realized full-length album, it’s hard to hear the harrowing journey husband and wife duo Ryan and Angelica Hay had endured over the last half decade to get there. But when listening to their tragic story, one undeniable fact emerges: Nothing heals quite like art.

A Roundup of Openings, Closings and other Local Business News

Review: ‘Dixie’s Never Wear a Tube Top’ is a joyful, rowdy delight

Written by Marin Heinritz | Thursday, 26 July 2018 11:35 |

Dixie Longate is the brainchild of Kris Andersson, who both created and plays the fabulously sassy, bawdy, twangy fast-talking, gum-smacking, hard-drinking, glamorous, shameless truth-telling, Tupperware-slinging, nymphomaniacal motivational speaker whose high-energy shows are like exceptionally-timed stand up.

Review: Hope Summer’s ‘Godspell’ has a lot of talent and a clear audience

Written by Marin Heinritz | Wednesday, 25 July 2018 17:47 |

There are some shows for some audiences that never grow old. No matter how dated the music or how lacking in narrative beyond that which the audience brings to it, “Godspell” is one of those shows, and perhaps for nowhere more than conservative Christian stronghold Holland, Michigan.

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