TRACK OF THE WEEK: “Titanoboa” by Heaters

Written by Colleen Schonfield | Thursday, 24 April 2014 13:34 |

The musical heydays of the ‘60s and ‘70s have found their way into Grand Rapids as fellow psychedelic rock bands have successfully revolutionized an era of music into something of a modern-day rising trend. The mind-altering hypnotic rhythms of guitar, vocal and organ effects has psychedelic rock grabbing a lot of attention lately.

Madama Butterfly Soars

Written by Allison Parker | Wednesday, 23 April 2014 17:16 |

Puccini's Madama Butterfly couldn't be more aptly named. Besides the fact that its main character's name means “butterfly” in Japanese, Madama Butterfly also has a fitting title in light of the opera’s history.

The Spring Peddlers’ Market in in downtown Zeeland is an artfully curious fare filled with apparel and accessories, household gifts and goods, antiques and repurposed finds, architectural salvage, vintage furniture and décor and other curiosities.

Get Out and Run in West Michigan

Written by Revue Staff and Minions | Wednesday, 23 April 2014 17:05 |

Nothing really beats the feeling of finishing a race you worked hard for. That runner's high you hear about? It happens.

Vegan Voices: Kolene Allen and Jon Dunn of Vegan Grand Rapids

Written by Lindsay Patton | Wednesday, 23 April 2014 17:02 |
Q&A

When Jon Dunn met Kolene Allen, she was a relatively new vegan by a few months and he was a vegetarian and wanted to be a vegan. They started exploring and going to different places and trying food, and a new project was born.

Perfect Pussy Flips the Bird at Society's Expectations

Written by Dwayne Hoover | Wednesday, 23 April 2014 17:00 |

In April of 2013, a noise-punk group out of Syracuse, NY released a demo on cassette tape. The release boasted an in-your-face sound, which was heavy in both feedback and brutal honesty. These four Roman numeral-titled tracks, quickly demanded the attention of everyone within earshot.

of Montreal to Confuse Grand Rapids

Written by Lindsay Patton | Wednesday, 23 April 2014 16:52 |

For a few years, of Montreal's frontman Kevin Barnes lived in Grosse Pointe Park, Mich. with his parents. Unfortunately, it wasn't a "Pure Michigan" experience for him during that time. "I didn't have a car, I wasn't going to shows. It was more like kidville, a child playing little league baseball," he said in a phone interview with REVUE.

Manchester Orchestra Touring in Grand Rapids for Latest Album Cope

Written by Robby Hartley | Wednesday, 23 April 2014 16:47 |

Manchester Orchestra had its latest album, Cope, all ready to release. Except the band was missing one thing: a record label. After 2012’s Simple Math, MO was on a popularity incline and eventually, without a record label.

With an album on the way, The Fever Haze faces a busy month

Written by Jayson Bussa | Wednesday, 23 April 2014 16:39 |

Being a big fish in a small pond can have its upsides. Eclectic rock 'n' rollers The Fever Haze hail from Zeeland, which, as you may have guessed, doesn't boast much of a (read: any) music scene. Even the scene in nearby Holland has witnessed better days.

A Mother's Love

Written by Kyle Austin | Wednesday, 23 April 2014 16:30 |

Roberta King has always had a way with words, but after the death of her son, Noah, she found herself suddenly at a loss for them. Despite being born with cerebral palsy, Noah lived happy, healthy and surrounded by a loving family for 16 years. In 2006 – when he was 17 – a bout with pneumonia took his life.

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