St. Cecilia reschedules Bob James concert

St. Cecilia Music Center announced Grammy award-winning artist Bob James will be performing his virtual concert on a new date, Dec. 17.

LGBTQ-friendly burger bar franchise opening in Cascade (update)

A pair of restaurateurs are opening a local franchise of Hamburger Mary's. 

City issues COVID-19 safety guidelines ahead of Halloween

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the city of Grand Rapids said it wants families to have a fun and safe Halloween by following the recommendations issued by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Kent County Health Department and the Grand Rapids Police Department.

Transforming downtown

Cranes flood the skyline as Grand Rapids undergoes more investment.

Zeeland’s Critter Barn undergoing $6M expansion

The Critter Barn in Zeeland will be expanding its farm to include a new $6 million site at 2950 80th Ave. 

Art installations come to downtown

Downtown will have additional lights and sounds this winter after Downtown Grand Rapids Inc. (DGRI) approved three art installations to be placed throughout the city in January and February.  

City completes upgrades to West Side park

The city of Grand Rapids has completed improvements to a park space on the city’s West Side.

MMA transforms holiday event

Instead of the annual Festival of Trees, the Muskegon Museum of Arts is collaborating with downtown businesses and organizations to host a new version of the holiday event called Festival of Wreaths, which will be held outside from Nov. 24 - Dec. 6. 

Editor’s pick

The couple behind the El Caribe food truck opened a brick and mortar Caribbean restaurant over the summer.

City of Walker approves plans for Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A has received approval to proceed with plans for a new restaurant in the Westown at Wilson development in Walker.

Carolyn Stich’s annual holiday card is now available

Holland artist Carolyn Stich designed this year’s “And Away They Flew” holiday card to feature Santa and his reindeer lifting off from a twinkling 8th Street on a peaceful, snowy night. 

Speaking up

Jocelyn Barnes grew to love Grand Rapids through open mic nights.

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LGBTQ-friendly burger bar franchise opening in Cascade (update)

A pair of restaurateurs are opening a local franchise of Hamburger Mary's. 

Editor’s pick

The couple behind the El Caribe food truck opened a brick and mortar Caribbean restaurant over the summer.

City of Walker approves plans for Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A has received approval to proceed with plans for a new restaurant in the Westown at Wilson development in Walker.

Essence Restaurant Group adds private event spaces

A Grand Rapids restaurant group has opened five private event spaces at three locations to offer safe fine dining experiences for groups in time for the holidays.

City issues COVID-19 safety guidelines ahead of Halloween

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the city of Grand Rapids said it wants families to have a fun and safe Halloween by following the recommendations issued by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Kent County Health Department and the Grand Rapids Police Department.

Transforming downtown

Cranes flood the skyline as Grand Rapids undergoes more investment.

City completes upgrades to West Side park

The city of Grand Rapids has completed improvements to a park space on the city’s West Side.

Carolyn Stich’s annual holiday card is now available

Holland artist Carolyn Stich designed this year’s “And Away They Flew” holiday card to feature Santa and his reindeer lifting off from a twinkling 8th Street on a peaceful, snowy night. 

Zeeland’s Critter Barn undergoing $6M expansion

The Critter Barn in Zeeland will be expanding its farm to include a new $6 million site at 2950 80th Ave. 

Design your dream mudroom

Now more than ever, a well-designed mudroom sets the tone for an organized home.

GRPM continues partnership with Red Glasses Movement

The Grand Rapids Public Museum is continuing its partnership with the Red Glasses Movement, a nonprofit dedicated to living life to the fullest, acting on passions and spreading love and kindness everywhere.

The new spa treatment?

IV therapies offer new/old approach to wellness.

St. Cecilia reschedules Bob James concert

St. Cecilia Music Center announced Grammy award-winning artist Bob James will be performing his virtual concert on a new date, Dec. 17.

MMA transforms holiday event

Instead of the annual Festival of Trees, the Muskegon Museum of Arts is collaborating with downtown businesses and organizations to host a new version of the holiday event called Festival of Wreaths, which will be held outside from Nov. 24 - Dec. 6. 

The B.O.B. to hold annual Halloween party

Spooky drink specials, a costume contest, live DJ performances and more are returning to the B.O.B. for its annual Halloween celebration, the Maskarade Ball.

Historic Halloween flashlight tours coming to Muskegon

The Lakeshore Museum Center of Muskegon will host flashlight tours of the city’s Hackley and Hume Historic Site on Friday and Saturday.

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