The old adage, “write what you know” served Eric Scott Johnson and Eric Machiela well. The pair recently completed Camp Manna, a coming of age film that takes place at an Evangelical Christian summer camp.
With our city racking up accolades like “Best Town for Mountain Biking,” it’s no surprise that Grand Rapids has plenty of bike shops where you can find your next bike — or ride in for a seasonal tune-up.
Lamont Montrell Arrington took home this year’s first place award in the Kent County Dyer-Ives Poetry Competition for his poem “Niggas in Paradise.” The piece is a reflection on the “harsh realities” of the African American experience.
Veterans Memorial Park reopens on Wednesday following the city of Grand Rapids’ annual Memorial Day Parade.
There is a new man behind the curtain at the Festival of the Arts. Announced as its first-ever interim executive director for the Festival of the Arts, David Abbott plans to sustain the legacy of this festival into its 50th year and beyond.
Russo’s International Market announced the closure of its downtown Grand Rapids location on Friday after just over eight months in operation.
National Hamburger Day is coming up on May 28, and nothing says summertime like a big, juicy hamburger. GR|Mag has rounded up a list of 14 delicious burger offerings from local restaurants to help you celebrate this favorite menu item.
Breaking out the grill this weekend? Let us help you impress your friends. GR|MAG spoke with local pitmaster Shane Draper, of Grilla Grills, to compile a list of his top grilling tips.
Contemporary sculptor Masayuki Koorida’s work, “Existence,” already sits among the eight-acre Richard and Helen DeVos Japanese Garden, but now, visitors can see a full exhibit of his work.
Aberdeen Park is the latest in a series of Grand Rapids parks to reopen following renovations.