Style Notes: The 2020 Edit

Written by Missy Black | Monday, 23 December 2019 12:21 |

The new year means a new way of thinking. You can buy new clothes, but what about letting a professional update your closet? A few tips and tricks from fashion expert, wardrobe stylist, and personal shopper Michelle Krick are the hope we need heading into the unknown. 

Five Bands to Watch in 2020

Written by Eric Mitts | Monday, 23 December 2019 12:11 |

Revue breaks down the top bands and musicians to look out for in the new year

You Just Have to Get Out and Do It

Written by Michaela Stock | Monday, 23 December 2019 12:10 |

Tim Saxhaug of Trampled By Turtles talks life and luck in the music industry

Potshots: January 2020

Written by Andy Balaskovitz | Monday, 23 December 2019 12:00 |

“Unfortunately, I think Michigan is going to become the national model of how not to roll out an adult-use program.”

West Michigan Biz Beat: January 2020

Written by Josh Veal | Monday, 23 December 2019 11:56 |

A Roundup of Openings, Closings and Other Local Business News

Holiday and New Year's Eve Itinerary

Written by Josh Veal and Revue staff | Thursday, 19 December 2019 16:33 |

Welcome, welcome, to Revue’s holiday and New Year's Eve extravaganza!

Beat of His Own Drum: Why Dalton Thomas chose Grand Rapids over Nashville

Written by Michaela Stock | Monday, 16 December 2019 13:17 |

We get it. You have a dream, but you don’t know where to start. It’s the age-old Blank Page Syndrome — the fear of failure mixed with adrenaline-filled anticipation — that keeps you from leaving your day job and following your day dream.

The Itinerary: Dec. 18-24, 2019

Written by Josh Veal and Revue staff | Monday, 16 December 2019 11:43 |

It’s just as I expected: December is flying by at lightspeed.

The Itinerary: Dec. 11-17, 2019

Written by Josh Veal and Revue staff | Monday, 09 December 2019 12:08 |

December is a special month. The world changes in a hundred little ways, from the music on the radio to the way people treat each other to the general flow of time.

At the top of the show, before the curtain even rose, an orchestra featuring nine local musicians played an overture of songs from Aladdin, bringing to life the notes familiar to so many in Wharton Center’s audience.

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