The Rapidian


Tanglefoot artists share studios with community at 21st annual art sale

Submitted 11-20-2012 under OPINION

This weekend, six local artists invited the public into their studios. Visitors turned out in record numbers, and red dots and lines to make purchases were evidence of community support of artmaking happening at Tanglefoot Studios.


Pizza and a pint: I give The Mitten Brewing Company the once over

Submitted 11-17-2012 under OPINION

I attend the grand opening of The Mitten Brewing Company to evaluate their highly anticipated pizza offerings.


Join Small Houses this Saturday at the DAAC

Submitted 11-09-2012 under OPINION

Small Houses hosts a CD release Party in celebration of their 7" Vinyl at the Grand Rapids non-profit venue the DAAC on Saturday the 10th.


Abuse victim advocates for healing in new book

Submitted 11-08-2012 under NEWS

Childhood abuse survivor Dawn Scott Jones offers help for husbands whose wives have been abused.


Pastor blends beer, theology in new book

Submitted 11-06-2012 under OPINION

Grand Rapids native Pastor Bryan Berghoef finds theology and God in discussions down the pub.


The Funky Buddha stretches its studio space

Submitted 11-02-2012 under NEWS

Everybody's favorite yoga hothouse, The Funky Buddha, is opening a second location in Holland, MI on December 1st, 2012.


GAAH Press Club votes art 2012

Submitted 10-22-2012 under NONPROFITS

The GAAH Press Club went to see ArtPrize this year. Here they review some of their favorite pieces.


New generation of local restaurateurship brings technology to dining experience

Submitted 09-14-2012 under LOCAL LIFE

Johnny Brann, Jr. is forging ahead while honoring the family success in his new restaurant Kitchen 67.


"Let It Be" revisits classic Beatles repertoire

Submitted 09-14-2012 under OPINION

Musical theater troupe "Let It Be" will perform classic tunes from The Beatles at the Circle Theatre September 17.


"Num, Num!" GAAH Press Club meets What the Truck

Submitted 09-13-2012 under NONPROFITS

The GAAH Press Club got to help cook on a local food truck providing three days of lunch for a summer program at the Cook Arts Center. Here they write about the experience.