Comedy Best Bet: Daniel Tosh

Written by Emma Kat Richardson | Thursday, 23 May 2013 11:53 |

Boy howdy, are you ever in for the ride of your life if you venture out into the ticket line for a Daniel Tosh show. Love him or hate him, I guarantee you won't be bored by him.

Comedy Best Bet: Jerry Seinfeld

Written by Emma Kat Richardson | Thursday, 23 May 2013 11:52 |

Without a doubt, Jerry Seinfeld is one of those comedians whose tireless work ethic and clear-cut commitment to quality comedy have made him a ubiquitous presence in the pop culture sphere.

Rock Best Bet: Rush

Written by Emma Kat Richardson | Thursday, 23 May 2013 11:49 |

Rush has been doing what it does for as long as anyone old enough to possess a driver's license can remember, and then some. Consistent, stellar, outstanding – it makes sense that the Canadian prog-rock superstars would christen their latest tour the "Clockwork Angels Tour," because really, what other gang of dad-rock legends run so reliably and blessedly?

Indie Best Bet: Ra Ra Riot

Written by Emma Kat Richardson | Thursday, 23 May 2013 11:45 |

Any modern sub-culture group described as "baroque pop" has to be a class act, if not a classical act (look at that, a Bach joke!). Without exception, Ra Ra Riot brings heaps of class like you wouldn't believe.

Folk Best Bet: Brandi Carlile

Written by Lindsay Patton-Carson | Thursday, 23 May 2013 11:42 |

Some fun facts about Brandi Carlile: She has The Neverending Story tattoos on her shoulders, she was a backup singer for an Elvis impersonator, her latest album is named after Bear Creek studio.

Comedy: Bill Maher

Written by Emma Kat Richardson | Thursday, 23 May 2013 11:39 |

Basically, all you need to know about Bill Maher is that he's just the best. Literally. He is your BEST BET. I would probably form a religion around him if it weren't for ...well, you can probably already surmise the flaw in this logic without my offering a sarcastic explanation.

Celebrate Grand Rapids Art

Written by Alexandra Fluegel | Thursday, 23 May 2013 11:37 |

Thousands gathered on Vandenberg Plaza to commemorate the dedication of La Grand Vitesse by Alexander Calder, one of the first "Art in Public Places" installations in the nation, in 1969.

In the years that have followed, the area became known as Calder Plaza, and an annual event has been luring crowds into downtown, reviving the excitement surrounding public art.

Summer Blast Off!

Written by Missy Black | Thursday, 23 May 2013 11:34 |

Summer playtime is in session. It's time to loosen collars, kick up your heels and play—pure and simple. Time to eat too many pop sickles and hit the bed with messy hair. Serious summer fun is here.

Brand New is back, schedules Grand Rapids tour stop this fall

Written by Jordan Brasko | Monday, 20 May 2013 13:17 |

Ever since the 2009 release of Daisy, iconic alternative/emo band Brand New has fallen off the Midwest map with a touring hiatus, severely wounding the patience of the band's passionate following. With rumors of a new album throughout the past two years and nothing to show for it, fans have been left with empty hands and broken hearts.

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