Space Is The Place 1973 via Blue Thumb
A pretty well balanced mix of the world of music, maybe somewhat skewed to fuzzed out or jangly guitars and Professor Longhair mambo rhumba boogie.
Support for WYCE comes from UICA.
The UICA Movie Theater shows independent, international, and documentary movies in downtown Grand Rapids Tuesday-Sunday year round.
UICA presents the Local Director Series, a NEW, recurring event featuring feature-length films by independent directors who live and work in Grand Rapids, MI.
Find showtimes and upcoming screenings at uica.org
Grand Rapids Community Foundation leads the community in making positive, sustainable change through grantmaking and leadership initiatives. Their mission is to build and manage our community's permanent endowment and lead the community to strengthen the lives of our people. GRCF works to foster academic achievement, build economic prosperity, achieve healthy ecosystems, encourage healthy people, support social enrichment, and create vibrant neighborhoods. More information may be found at GR Foundation dot org
provides communication, human services and education to the deaf, hard-of-hearing and hearing communities - with the goal of inclusiveness - in Western Michigan. Services include mental health coordination, job placement, interpreter referral and hearing assistance outreach. More information - Deaf H H S dot org
Tuesdays at 10:15pm
Disability Advocates of Kent County advocates, assists, educates, and informs independent living options for persons with disabilities and works to create a barrier-free society for all. Information on a wide variety of disability related issues is available for employers, organizations and other interested parties. Disability Advocates dot U S
Broadway Grand Rapids presents West Michigan audiences with high-quality Broadway productions, enriching the diversity and artistic integrity of our community through the power of professional performing arts. E-newsletter, subscription and more information at B Way G R dot org
WYCE and Grand Rapids Art Museum present the tenth annual GRAM on the Green free outdoor concert series.
This Thursday WYCE continues the series with Earthwork Music and Jammie winning contemporary folk artist May Erlewine.
Concerts are FREE to attend each Thursday at 6 pm on the Museum Terrace.
For more information on the lineup and artists performing at GRAM on the Green, visit "art museum G-R dot O-R-G"
A proud service of the Grand Rapids Community Media Center, Wealthy Theatre is a beautifully restored historic landmark, upgraded with state of the art technology.
1130 Wealthy SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49506
(616) 459-4788 x 130