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Grand Rapids' first Mini Maker Faire fills all three floors of Public Museum

Submitted 08-31-2014 under NEWS

[PHOTOS, VIDEOS] The first Mini Maker Faire opened on Saturday and continues on Sunday, August 31, from 11-5 at the Grand Rapids Public Museum.


What's on Tap: August 28-September 3

Submitted 08-27-2014 under LOCAL LIFE

Round out your Labor Day weekend with a pour from a local brewpub.


KT Killin' Them: changing the direction of hip hop

Submitted 08-24-2014 under OPINION

Local hip hop artist, Kurtis Burke, known as KT Killin' Them or KT, opens for T-Pain August 26, set out to help change the face of hip hop.


Homebrewing hobbyists collaborate to share ideas, experience

Submitted 08-22-2014 under LOCAL LIFE

Rob Qualls and Paul Townsend Lamb talk about founding the Grand Rapids Homebrewers Club, their hopes for the future and what being a member is all about.


Last Movies in the Park to show double feature

Submitted 08-19-2014 under NEWS

The final Movies in the Park will end in a double header featuring '90s favorites The Sandlot and Jurassic Park.


The Muteflutes - "Chapultepec"

Submitted 08-18-2014 under NONPROFITS

Another tune from Grand Rapids natives, The Muteflutes. Their new album, American Dream, was recorded in Southern Michigan over the course of 5 days.


The Muteflutes - "Giving In"

Submitted 08-18-2014 under NONPROFITS

Grand Rapids indie folk rock band The Muteflutes joined WYCE to promote their new album "American Dream."


UICA's "Collaboration" invites audience to collaborate with artists

Submitted 08-13-2014 under NEWS

UICA will feature installations that will have the audience collaborating to help create art.


Eastown block party brings back memories for neighbor

Submitted 08-12-2014 under PLACE-MATTERS

Eastown Community Association board president Chad Systma reminisces about block parties past and indulges in the present.


New perspectives built on creative foundation

Submitted 08-05-2014 under PLACE-MATTERS

As new creative workers move in and out of the Avenue for the Arts live/work spaces, exhibits and events are infused with new perspectives, building on the existing creative foundation. We spoke with a long term resident, a business celebrating one year in business and a resident on the move.