The Grand Rapids Film Festival is back. After a short hiatus due to the COVID-19 Pandemic and a scaled-down appearance at last year’s ArtPrize, the folks at GRFF are excited to continue providing a necessary launchpad for artists and filmmakers in West Michigan, and one that they’ve been hosting now for over a decade.
Briston Maroney spent his early days as a musician playing house shows in his friends’ basements as a part of the DIY community. Now he has headlined sold-out concerts across the U.S.
Vietnamese cuisine with midwestern hospitality is what Phong Nguyen, co-owner and executive chef of Monsoon Vietnamese Cuisine, is whipping up at his brand-new restaurant in downtown Grand Rapids.
Those looking for a fun evening out while also supporting a good cause won’t want to miss American Cancer Society’s (ACS) inaugural Taste of Hope: A Chef’s Competition, taking place November 7 at 6:30 p.m. at Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park.
The 1982 musical Little Shop of Horrors could not be made today, but I’m not 100% convinced that it could have been made in 1982, either, at least not on Earth.
Following Facebook’s announcement that it had rebranded as Meta to dive into the online world of the Metaverse last year, many misconceptions have emerged surrounding the actual experience of virtual reality in the 21st Century.
With the arrival of Performance+, Festival of the Arts isn’t just one weekend anymore.