Q&A: Ralston Bowles

Written by Lindsay Patton-Carson | Thursday, 20 June 2013 13:04 |
Q&A

A chat with the Godfather of West Michigan music, who chatted about memorable experiences in his highly-decorated career behind the mic.

West Michigan Musicians' Day Jobs

Written by Elyse Wild | Thursday, 20 June 2013 13:01 |

Let's face it — playing music doesn't always bring in the paper. Many of West Michigan's finest musicians tend to 9 to 5 jobs to pay the bills. We followed six musicians to their day jobs and found out what they do when they’re offstage.

July Movie Previews: Pacific Rim; The Lone Ranger; Despicable Me 2

Written by Avery Johnson | Thursday, 20 June 2013 13:00 |

The first look at movies like The Lone Ranger and Despicable Me 2, which open up this month.

Matt Ten Clay: The Man Behind the Rock and Roll Curtain

Written by Nick Manes | Thursday, 20 June 2013 12:55 |

While it may not be by design, Matt Ten Clay’s workspace is fitting. Ten Clay, 32, owns, operates and sometimes lives out his recording studio, Amber Lit Audio.

Mastodon: Giants Amongst Metalheads

Written by Josh Spanninga | Thursday, 20 June 2013 12:53 |

Mastodon is in every way a gargantuan presence in the metal world, so it's only fitting the band's name is that of a mammoth.

The Cascade Writers Group Harnesses the Power of Community

Written by Kyle Austin | Thursday, 20 June 2013 12:49 |

Many budding authors have the misconception that in order to be great, they need a cramped basement apartment in New York City, a typewriter and a bottle of good whiskey. Wrong!

Koji Brings Grand Rapids Writing Experience Full Circle

Written by Jordan Brasko | Thursday, 20 June 2013 12:26 |

When Pennsylvania-based singer/songwriter Koji was looking for a place to write his first full-length album, he chose Grand Rapids. But why travel all the way to Grand Rapids to create such an important milestone of his career?

Live from Your Living Room

Written by Dwayne Hoover | Thursday, 20 June 2013 12:20 |

Not every concert has to be the Super Bowl Halftime Show. For many, some of their most memorable music experiences happen in smaller venues, where it just feels like you're actually part of the show. 

POP(SICLE) IT LIKE IT’S HOT

Written by Missy Black | Thursday, 20 June 2013 12:18 |

A patriotic parade followed up by lessons in Steampunk, yarn bombing and picking up marbles with your toes can only mean one thing: the heat has gone to our brains. Cool events for our hot summer days, yeah, only REVUE knows how you like it — quirky, different with a side of Popsicles.

The Art of Place

Written by Alexandra Fluegel | Thursday, 20 June 2013 12:11 |

Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park transforms into Chinese Contemporary artist Zhang Huan's world throughout the end of summer, featuring a diverse body of work that contrasts and blends two sides of the globe.

"Looking East, Facing West: The World of Zhang Huan" is now on display at the Gardens and will run through Aug. 25. The retrospective explores the work of Huan both thematically and artistically through his sculptures, photography and installations, and is the first of its kind in the American Midwest.

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