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Not exactly ‘ruffing’ it

There is a growing connection between pets and their owners and Fido & Stitch is catering to those "pawrents."

A Filipino full circle

When Jackie Canamo and Ace Marasigan first met at a Filipino restaurant in Detroit back in 2005, they never would have imagined that moment would come full circle nearly 20 years later with the opening of their own eatery.

Too darn hot?

Even though it doesn't officially arrive until June 21, it's feeling a bit like Summer already.

Flaky, tasty bakery bites

There’s often nothing like a fresh loaf of bread, and Nantucket Baking Company is certainly one of the best around when it comes to baked goods in Grand Rapids.

Happy Hollandaise!

In the heart of Grand Rapids, Michigan, lies a culinary treasure that has been delighting taste buds and fostering community connections for over a century.

Animals, music and nature

Instrument repairman and photographer Paul Kober walks through his Holland home listing musical instruments in different states of decay that are arranged throughout his front and back yards.

Carmen in concert

The West Michigan Opera Project will present Bizet’s “Carmen” at two West Michigan venues this weekend.

Weekend Guide: May 16–19, 2024

Looking to immerse yourself in the vibrant arts scene of Grand Rapids? Get ready to fill your calendar with unforgettable experiences.

The Pollening

It sounds like the description of a horror movie. For some people, when the trees, grass, and weeds start to release their pollen and fungi send out their spores, it can certainly feel like it.

Listening Lawn brings Grammy winners to Grand Rapids

Folk, rock, funk, soul, and bluegrass will grace the Listening Lawn this summer.
The Best of Grand Rapids 2024

The Best of Grand Rapids Winners 2024

You voted and we tallied. We're excited to share the list of this year's highest honors in categories ranging from Best Restaurant Service to Best Tattoo Shop and everything in between.

An Old School Deli

Grand Rapids has a sad dearth of delis. There simply are not enough. But that doesn’t stop Schnitz Deli, 1315 E. Fulton St., from being an incredible place to stop in for a quick and delicious...

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MeXo: Pre-Columbian upscale cuisine

When Peter Krupp decided to open MeXo, he was seeking a level of Mexican cuisine he’d become familiar during his time in New York City and Chicago.

Scoot on over for free coffee

It's been said there's no such thing as a free lunch. That may be true, but if you're a healthcare worker, on Friday, May 3, there will be such thing as a free cup of coffee.

Recipe: Sweet & Spicy Margarita

Sweet pineapple juice and spicy jalapeño pepper combine for a flavorful twist on the classic margarita.

Sip Shine tasting room taking shape

Sip Shine Moonshine, a national brand founded and headquartered in greater Grand Rapids, has quickly made its mark on the spirits scene since its inception in 2019.

A Filipino full circle

When Jackie Canamo and Ace Marasigan first met at a Filipino restaurant in Detroit back in 2005, they never would have imagined that moment would come full circle nearly 20 years later with the opening of their own eatery.

Ciders, Perries and Pommeliers 

On Saturday, May 18 more than 30 of Michigan's 192 hard cideries will be slinging scrumptious samples to the sound of live music at Cider Fest 2024. 

Author details her escape from patriarchy

Cait West had no control over her life, her body, and her choices as a child and young adult. No, she wasn’t trafficked. No, she wasn’t enslaved in the ways we might understand those terms.

Community invited to help build bridge to our future

After more than a year of research and gathering community input, the City of Grand Rapids will unveil its “Bridge to Our Future” Community Master Plan recommendations.

Too darn hot?

Even though it doesn't officially arrive until June 21, it's feeling a bit like Summer already.

The Pollening

It sounds like the description of a horror movie. For some people, when the trees, grass, and weeds start to release their pollen and fungi send out their spores, it can certainly feel like it.

You’re invited to celebrate the Best of Grand Rapids

In just a few short days, New Vintage Place will be the site of an unforgettable evening.

Three ‘long-weekend’ getaways

With Memorial Day on the horizon, here are some curated travel ideas that offer a hassle-free way of getting there.

Carmen in concert

The West Michigan Opera Project will present Bizet’s “Carmen” at two West Michigan venues this weekend.

Weekend Guide: May 16–19, 2024

Looking to immerse yourself in the vibrant arts scene of Grand Rapids? Get ready to fill your calendar with unforgettable experiences.

Listening Lawn brings Grammy winners to Grand Rapids

Folk, rock, funk, soul, and bluegrass will grace the Listening Lawn this summer.

Galactic Giveaway: May the Fourth Be With You

Tardy’s Collectors Corner in Grand Rapids announced it will participate in National Free Comic Book Day on Saturday, May 4, 2024.

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