Paula Poundstone Readies Herself for Smooth Comedic Sailing

Written by Josh Spanninga | Wednesday, 23 January 2013 15:29 |

Paula Poundstone makes being funny seem effortless. Whether she's providing commentary as a panelist on NPR's new quiz show, "Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me!," performing stand-up or simply having a casual conversation, she nonchalantly drops jokes left and right like it's second nature.

Taste This: Licari's Sicilian Pizza Kitchen

Written by Matt Simpson Siegel | Wednesday, 23 January 2013 15:25 |

Chances are you already know last year was chaotic for couple Gianni and Lisa Licari, having been featured on the Food Network's "3 Days to Open with Bobby Flay." The couple opened the only authentic Sicilian restaurant in Grand Rapids last April with Flay's help, whose greatest accomplishment was convincing Gianni's mother to share several of her secret recipes. Nearly a year later and the Licari's kitchen has settled into a north side pizza staple.

Eclectic Round Up: Sietsema Orchards; Dixon's Violin

Written by Audria Larsen | Wednesday, 23 January 2013 14:52 |

This year, the longest shortest month is likely to fly by with plenty of happenings to stave off winter SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) attacks, keep the romance kindled, taunt hypothermia for charity and send you on a mystical journey. Sound good?

Cruise your closet for a LBD and something red because two themed parties hit Grand Rapids, and clothing is key. On Feb. 7, Cygnus (187 Monroe Ave. NW, Grand Rapids) hosts the 2nd Annual Red Party. The event partners with Valentine Vodka out of Detroit for a night of specialty cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and dancing in a sea of red.

February Free Market: Bekins; Yoga HEAT; Vida Yoga

Written by Steven Depolo | Wednesday, 23 January 2013 14:31 |

A cooking school at an appliance store? Yes, because Bekins is more than an appliance store. With stores in Grand Haven and Grand Rapids, this high-end electronics integrator offers high-end entertainment and kitchen gear that must be seen and used to be believed.

Ted Fox is Laughing at Us All

Written by Kyle Austin | Wednesday, 23 January 2013 14:23 |

Ted Fox is a wiseass, but if it weren't for life's little ironies, he never would have thought to make a living as one. After graduating with a degree in economics from Notre Dame, he was lucky enough to land his dream job at ESPN, only to find it nothing short of nightmarish.

"It was a classic case of, 'If you like sausage, don't visit the sausage factory,'" Fox said.

Little Loves

Written by Missy Black | Wednesday, 23 January 2013 14:17 |

The art of wooing is sometimes lost on adults. The children, the littles, can be much more appreciative, attentive and worthy of our time. Take your darling out for a date somewhere sure to elicit long conversations or snack on sweets.

Opera Grand Rapids Delivers Sensational Musical Treat

Written by Allison Parker | Wednesday, 23 January 2013 14:00 |

One of opera's biggest bad boys seduces the stage in Opera Grand Rapids' production of Mozart's masterpiece, Don Giovanni. Black humor and sexual energy blend in this dark tale of a flagrant womanizer who stands defiant even in the face of hell.

So ... You're Engaged

Written by Lindsay Patton-Carson | Wednesday, 23 January 2013 13:51 |

The ring's on and shown off. Where do you go from there? Here are some ideas for a unique wedding experience.

Sink's Spins on Music for February: The Jammies

Written by John Sinkevics | Wednesday, 23 January 2013 13:38 |

Traditions aside, I won't wear my jammies to The Jammies. Despite the punny practice embraced by fun-loving volunteer programmers at community radio station WYCE-FM (88.1), the world truly is better off not seeing me in my sleepwear at the annual awards show celebrating West Michigan's vibrant music scene.

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