Arts & Entertainment

Performances, special events, restaurants, museums and theaters


Smartphone gambling regulations under review by state

If approved, betting could include poker, blackjack, sports and online versions of casino games.

December 7, 2018
A trio of bills that would legalize and regulate online gambling from a smartphone or computer is awaiting a vote in the Senate before year’s end. Read More

Judge orders man to give collectibles to feds

December 5, 2018
| By AP
DETROIT — A judge has ordered a man to surrender two antique lighthouse lenses worth at least $600,000, months after the collector lost a court battle with the federal government. Read More

Downtown venue hosting The DanceOff

November 30, 2018
A charity event for local dancers to show off their moves is happening downtown. Read More

Grand Rapids Pops performing 'Home Alone in Concert'

November 27, 2018
“Home Alone” with the Grand Rapids Pops is taking center stage downtown this week. Read More

Meijer Gardens exhibits 'Christmas and Holiday Traditions Around the World'

November 23, 2018
Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park is celebrating “the season of joy.” Read More

KDL appoints board member

November 22, 2018
Kent County’s library system has a new board member. Read More

City opening Rosa Parks Circle ice rink

November 22, 2018
It’s time to get your skates ready. Read More

LaughFest names lineup of comedians

November 20, 2018
Gilda’s LaughFest has announced the first round of performers and shows for its 10-day festival next spring. Read More

Grand Rapids Symphony hires president and CEO

November 16, 2018
The Grand Rapids Symphony has found its next leader. Read More

Downtown hosting Art Van Santa Parade

November 16, 2018
Santa is visiting downtown on Saturday morning. Read More