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HOLLAND — Dr. Ernest Cole of the Hope College English faculty will present the lecture “Negotiating the In-Between: Colonial Education, Spatial Geographies, and the Postcolonial Body in Transition.”

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We are just two weeks away from the start of one of the region’s biggest attractions — ArtPrize is returning to Grand Rapids.

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The Lighthouse Quilt Guild will continue its tradition of hosting a show in association with the annual Coast Guard Festival, but with a twist this year.

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Students participating in the Grand Haven Area Public Schools’ Summer Theater Camp will perform “Seussical Junior” this weekend.

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The award winners for the 2021 Grand Haven Arts Festival, a juried art show that took place this past weekend in the city’s downtown, were announced Tuesday.

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FERRYSBURG — Tim Bellard, Raphael Wieland and Neya-Wanji Monroe sit at a table in a dusty room with multiple pieces of artwork surrounding them on the floor and waiting to be put up on the wall.

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There never really seemed to be a choice when Morgan Briggs and Jose Cuenca were faced with the decision to spend thousands of dollars on risky surgery for their injured dog, or have the young animal euthanized.

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There never really seemed to be a choice when Morgan Briggs and Jose Cuenca were faced with the decision to spend thousands of dollars on risky surgery for their injured dog, or have the young animal euthanized.

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MUSKEGON — The Muskegon Community College Winter Concert, featuring virtual performances by MCC students, faculty and staff, has been divided into two separate videos, each premiering on a different day in May.

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Grand Haven City Council approved several summer events Monday night, but it hesitated to approve the Coast Guard Festival Craft Fair, which requested to use of the city’s Central Park on Aug. 6-7.

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MUSKEGON — Dr. Nicole L. Woods, an assistant professor at the University of Notre Dame, will re-examine Fluxus artist Alison Knowles’s digital poem and environments, “The House of Dust,” on Wednesday, March 24, as part of Muskegon Community College’s Lecture Series.

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Put your creative skills to the test by creating a snowman using any materials – just not snow – in Grand Haven’s first Snowmen on Main Street competition.

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The Armory Art Center, which has been operating for five years out of the Armory Building in Grand Haven, is adding a second location called the Armory Art Center Studio 2.

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Following the success of last year’s inaugural Grand Haven Hispanic Fiesta, organizers faced a challenge – how to organize a second festival without a large public gathering due to COVID-19.

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Kick off the fall season with the Grand Haven Farmers Market during its annual Pumpkins at Chinook Pier event from 10-11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 26.

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A few hundred people took advantage of a pleasant Sunday afternoon to stroll through Grand Haven’s Duncan Memorial Park for a pop-up art show hosted by the Lakeshore Visual Arts Collective.

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In a year where a global pandemic has wiped out most art shows, a group of local artists put their heads together and came up with a new type of event this past weekend.

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Seven gallons of primer and five gallons of green, orange and purple paint were enough to create the backdrop for one of the latest additions to the Village of Spring Lake’s Art in the Park.

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Artwork in a variety of mediums will be on display and for sale starting Sunday under the green canopy at Chinook Pier, at the intersection of Harbor Drive and First Street in Grand Haven.

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CHICAGO — JC Rivera thought about hurricanes, he thought about his childhood in Puerto Rico and what happened whenever a storm passed through. Plywood would fly up across every window and every store front. He thought about this the other day, while driving through Chicago, passing business …

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Due to the current COVID-19 concerns, the board members of the Wednesday night dances held at the Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium have decided to cancel the June concerts.

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The Grand Haven ArtWalk committee, along with the Grand Haven Main Street Board of Directors, has announced the cancellation if ArtWalk 2020.