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Photo Gallery: Rush at Van Andel Arena E-mail
Check out Paul Jendrasiak's photos of Rush's visit to Van Andel Arena June 30, 2013.


UV Hippo, eclectic music lineup, citizenship ceremony highlight Grand Rapids’ free 4th of July party E-mail
by John Sinkevics

UVHippoPhoto2byAbbyFox With Ultraviolet Hippopotamus, Blue Molly, Kris Hitchcock & Small Town Son and Three’s a Crowd on the bill, Thursday’s free Fourth of July celebration in downtown Grand Rapids promises some varied, colorful musical fireworks to match the pyrotechnics lighting up the sky.

This year’s Amway Fourth of July Family Fireworks celebration in Ah-Nab-Awen Park along the Grand River also includes a naturalization ceremony for 60 new U.S. citizens on Thursday.

GRNow Weekly Preview June 24-30, 2013 E-mail

This week's big events really run the gamut, ranging from Electric Forest Festival to Newt Gingrich Uncensored. Plus it's Prom Night at Rosa Parks Circle, the Urban Adventure Race returns and Rush visits Van Andel Arena.


GRNow Weekly Preview June 17-23, 2013 E-mail

Coming up this week: Founders Fest 2013, WWE Raw at Van Andel Arena, Eastown's Bizarre Bazaar, Peter Frampton and Wynton Marsalis at Meijer Gardens and the rebirth of the Chalk Flood.


Founders Fest set to bring record-setting crowds to downtown Grand Rapids with beer, bands and more E-mail
by John Sinkevics and Mary Mattingly

FoundersFestPhotobyLocalSpinsWith groovy Philadelphia hip-hop/blues act G. Love & Special Sauce leading the way, Founders Brewing Co. is tapped and ready for downtown Grand Rapids’ biggest keg party, which could draw a record crowd of more than 6,500 on Saturday.

And amid the jammed beer tents, food vendors, local artists’ row and diverse lineup of live music on two stages – which includes Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk, Man Man and a half-dozen other regional and local acts – a Founders tradition will once again get that party started.

Sheryl Crow pumps up capacity Meijer Gardens crowd with smooth shift between rock and country E-mail
by John Sinkevics

Crow2byTonyNorkusThe reinvention of a major pop star can be a tricky business.

With nine Grammy Awards, seven No. 1 singles and five platinum-selling rock/pop albums to her credit, Sheryl Crow is clearly “an A-list artist, a household name,” as Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park concert promoter Chris Mautz so aptly puts it.

So, Crow’s much-talked-about switch to Nashville sweetheart as she prepares to release her first full-fledged country album in September might seem fraught with some peril, considering her fan base is built on catchy Top 40 hits such as “Soak Up the Sun,” “All I Wanna Do” and “If It Makes You Happy.”

Peter Frampton at Meijer Gardens E-mail
Peter Frampton's Guitar Circus stopped by Meijer Gardens June 17, 2013 with special guests Robert Cray and Steve Cropper. Photos by Paul Jendrasiak.

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