Partied a little too hard last night and regretting it in the harsh light of day? A group of registered nurses are now making house visits with hangover cures that will leave you feeling like you spent a quiet night in rather than drinking yourself silly until closing time.
You’ve survived back-to-school week, now get out and celebrate. There is plenty to do in Grand Rapids this weekend.
Parents and children can lift a glass at this year’s Oktoberfest West Michigan celebration planned for the last Friday and Saturday of September.
When Tenneile Petersen dreamed of opening a boutique, one decision came easy—the name. “Lennon is my daughter and Willow is my niece. They are the first girls of the family, born within 15 days of each other and we wanted to honor them and their special bond,” said Petersen.
A West Michigan native hopes to grow the number of personal art collections in the region by bringing together works by over 90 artists as part of the bi-annual Collectors Show.
If you are going to a Grand Rapids Griffins game or attending a concert at Van Andel Arena this fall expect increased security measures.
The Forest Hills Fine Arts Center enters its 14th season in October. The season includes four performances that include world-class dance, fan-favorite music, internationally renowned singers, and a 50th anniversary tour.
Audiences will benefit as much as students from Grand Rapids Community College’s renovated Music Center, according to Kevin Dobreff, director of Grand Rapids Community College’s music program.
A local maker of Big Joe brand beanbag chairs is turning Rosa Parks Circle into a napper’s paradise next week.
St. Cecilia Music Center announced its Jazz Encore Series and The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center series lineups this week and teased its Acoustic Café Series lineup, including a performance by the renowned Judy Collins.