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  1. Jazz at the Viceroy! 53 Commerce SW Grand Rapids, MI 49503 Downtown's only speakeasy is reopening this Friday, with Mark Moran playing rags, stride, barrel-house, and society jazz on the piano from 8:00 pm to midnight. See you there!
  2. So, insiders, what is going to happen with the old fifth/third site? Surely something's going in there.
  3. This surprises me. Why would this be? Grand Rapids (West Michigan in general, I think) didn't have a "bubble" per se; house prices stayed relatively normal here (although still too high in many cases.) I wonder if the new-ish drywall palaces in Cascade and other outlying areas contribute to this statistic.
  4. About Pink Boulevard; I was in there last week, looking for a possible dress to wear to a wedding on Saturday. I'm a grown-up lady, with grown-up bumps. The bulk (heh) of their inventory seemed to be aimed at spindly Kendall students. Moral of the story: Adults have the money. Cater to adults.
  5. I just now noticed: I'm a HAMLET ! A Whistle-stop no more! [swaggering around the room like Big Daddy in "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof"]
  6. GR3/Dad said: "Festival to me is...like an art festival thrown by Mormon's. " That is hilarious...and accurate! I laughed so hard I alarmed the dog.
  7. Joy, it's interesting that you mention the Transition movement; The NY Times Sunday magazine had quite a nice piece on an Idaho town that is involved: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/04/19/magazine...ml?ref=magazine Reading that piece was the first I'd heard of Transition, then you go and mention it on this forum. That's how a meme is born! I'm following this thread with interest, bum-crawlers notwithstanding.
  8. Heritage Theatre Group will hold its 2009 auditions concurrent with Circle Theatre on the campus of Aquinas College! Open auditions will be held on the first floor of the Academic Building, just across the street from Circle
  9. Tonight! Thursday, August 21 is Opening Night for "The Lion in Winter" , presented by Heritage Theatre Group, and performed on the Spectrum Theatre stage. The family feud in King Henry II of England's household is in full force during the Christmas season as Henry works to preserve his legacy.His three sons are battling contenders for the throne. Comedy and drama mesh to make history come alive! "The Lion In Winter" opens Thursday, August 21 and plays August 22, 23, 28, 29, and 30. All curtain times are 8:00 pm. Individual ticket prices: ADULTS $20 SENIORS $15 STUDENT w/ ID $10 S
  10. Heritage Theatre Group presents "Mirandolina: The Mistress of the Inn" opening Thursday, July 31 at Spectrum Theatre, and playing through August 9. Join us for a farcical romp through olde Italy! All curtain times are at 8:00 p.m. Tickets are $20; $15 for seniors and $10 for students. To reserve your seats, call the Spectrum Theatre Box Office at 234-3946.
  11. Heritage Theatre Group presents "Agnes of God"; opening Thursday, July 17 and plays Friday, July 18 and Saturday, July 19. It will play again the next week on Thursday July 24, Friday, July 25, and final performance will be Saturday, July 26. All curtain times are 8:00 p.m. "Agnes of God" will be performed in Spectrum Theatre's Black Box space upstairs. Call the Box Office at 234-3946 to reserve your seats! Heritage Theatre Group is proud to be a member of Local First.
  12. I've recently discovered, to my delight, that the Urban Planet website has been fixed somehow so that we can post without needing Javascript enabled! Whoever is responsible for that vital improvement; Thank You! I no longer age visibly as I wait for the page to load.
  13. Hey, cats and kitties, Saturday, June 9 is the 4th annual Local First Street Party, held outside Bistro Bella Vita, and running from 3pm to midnight. Come look over the vendors; each and every one of them can provide a "shop outside the box" experience and help you keep your hard-earned cash in West Michigan. One of them will be skulking around, cute dog in tow, and foisting her brochures onto hapless passersby. Come join the fun!
  14. Ladies and gentlemen, please raise of glass of your preferred inebriant to the 100th birthday anniversary of the great Katharine Hepburn.
  15. Great comeback, Veloise! ...your fan, Zenstyle
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