Park Row Condo Construction Pushes Forward E-mail
A 34-unit condominium project located just east of downtown in Mid Towne Village moved one step closer to completion with the recent opening of its sales office. Kegle Construction Co. reports that 25 percent of the one and two bedroom homes have been reserved, which range in price from about $160,000 to more than $300,000.

Broken Sunday to Open for Barenaked Ladies E-mail
Local rockers Broken Sunday defeated nine other Michigan bands for the chance to open for Barenaked Ladies at the Palace of Auburn Hills this Friday. The band came out on top at a Detroit radio station competition in Royal Oak October 21 that took in more than 200 entries overall.

GRNow Weekend Guide October 27-29 E-mail
One of the busiest weekends of the year features numerous Halloween attractions and activities including Pet Trick or Treat at the Public Museum, The Haunt, WGRD's parade and street fair and The B.O.B.'s annual costume party. Also this weekend, the Griffins take the ice twice, The Ballet performs Swan Lake and the Grand Rapids Marathon begins at the downtown Y.

Weekend Guide: Oct 27-29
Local Students Battle for Design Supremacy E-mail
College students from across Michigan will have the chance to battle against each other for $1500 in prize money and scholarships at the Creative Smackdown October 26. Held at GVSU’s Loosemore Auditorium downtown, the event returns for a fifth year to join advertising, design, marketing and visual communications students with area professionals for an energetic evening of critiquing and networking.

Local Art Auction Will Benefit Circle Theatre E-mail
Artistic worlds collide November 3rd when locally created fine art goes up for auction to benefit one of Grand Rapids’ oldest theatre companies. “A Season Captured: An Evening of Art & Music for Theatre Lovers” taking place Friday at the ByrneBoehm Gallery in East Hills will feature the work of West Michigan Artist Connie Kuhnle. Proceeds raised will support programs of Circle Theatre.

Sample Food, Wine & All That Jazz E-mail
One of Grand Rapids’ premier annual wine tasting events takes place October 20 at The Public Museum on Pearl Street. Presented by WGVU, Food, Wine & All That Jazz will feature more than 35 tables with over 300 wine and beer selections from Michigan, Calfornia and Oregon. D&W Foods will also be on hand presenting 25 tables of select gourmet meats, cheeses, seafood and pasta.

Radio Station Fundraiser Brings Local Artists into Listeners’ Homes E-mail
Independent radio station 88.1 WYCE is kicking off their Fall fundraiser by giving listeners the chance to have local bands perform in their own living rooms. Beginning October 18, the Music Makers House Concert Auction will allow music fans to bid on a different band each day through or by phone.

An Icon of Grand Rapids Design E-mail
Fifty years ago, Herman Miller designers Ray and Charles Eames produced a lounge chair that both quickly became a symbol of 20th century design and reinforced Grand Rapids history as an incubator of innovative design. The chair, and the story behind its creation, is the focal point of the Grand Rapids Art Museum’s new exhibition, The Eames Lounge Chair: An Icon of Modern Design.

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