Soon Rosa Parks Circle Ice Rink won’t be the only outdoor skating venue in town. Downtown Grand Rapids Inc. is waiting for temperatures to drop so it can open a newly situated pop-up rink at […]
With cold weather upon us, there’s no better time to enjoy a steaming hot cup of tea to warm the soul. Whether you’re looking for a place to sit down and relax or just need to restock your tea collection, there are plenty of tea specialists to visit around Grand Rapids.
A family is planning to open a European tavern in town where Latin-Asian restaurant Georgina’s recently operated.
This past June, Parliament the Boutique rebranded as Gemini Handmade after five years on the South Division Avenue for the Arts corridor. Now, the local artisan-based shop has made another big move—to 963 Cherry St. SE.
Grand Rapids is the perfectly positioned winter wonderland, with tons of fun activities nearby. There’s so much to do and try that your kids won’t even have the chance to get antsy over the holiday break.
As temperatures drop and snowstorms await, local nonprofit Dirt City Sanctuary said even though items such as a proper pair of boots should be an essential necessity to surviving winter, many individuals in West Michigan walk the streets without such provisions.
You won’t be able to order Crack Fries at HopCat for much longer. Mark Gray, BarFly Ventures CEO, which owns the HopCat chain, announced on HopCat’s website that it is renaming its popular menu item.
When you hear taproom, most likely your first thought is beer, but Sacred Springs is a different sort of taproom. It serves up locally made kombucha.
We already know Metallica rocks, but now the heavy metal band is earning even greater respect in Grand Rapids for a $100,000 gift it’s giving to Grand Rapids Community College.
After a month of public voting, the City of Grand Rapids has unveiled the winning design for new entry signs at city-owned parks.