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Electric Forest: Are you ready?

Thousands flock to Rothbury each summer for the multi-genre festival that is Electric Forest, which takes place June 20-23 this year.

Capturing that hibachi feel

While you won’t get shrimp tossed at you, Lucky Sushi Cafe in Grand Haven has the freshly grilled meat, noodles, and rice to capture the “hibachi” feel.

Farmhouse anchored in her story

Tucked off a winding gravel road in Ada sits Orchard House, a newly constructed farmhouse layered with history and remnants of a bygone era.

Girls Gotta Golf

The morning dew laid sweetly on the luscious lawns and fairways, which go on forever at the beautiful Blythefield Hills Country Club.

Update: Boil Water Advisory Canceled

At approximately 3:15 a.m. this morning (June 13), Grand Rapids Water System crews responded to a water main break in Southeast Grand Rapids.

Faces of the Family

In celebration of Loving Day and the historic 1967 Supreme Court case Loving v. Virginia, which struck down laws against interracial marriage, Grand Rapids is hosting a vibrant array of activities and programs.

GR’s top tacos auténticos’

While there's nothing wrong with adding shredded lettuce, cheddar, and sour cream to your homemade taco, authentic Mexican tacos highlight the natural flavors of the basic ingredients and are more traditional in presentation.

Dancing into the sunset

After participating as a contestant in Dancing with the Local Stars — a fundraising dance competition held by the Women’s Division Chamber of Commerce in Muskegon, Susan Halter decided she wanted to keep dancing.

Mounds of Evidence

The ancient burial mounds in the Grand Rapids area offer a poignant glimpse into the Indigenous Peoples who once flourished in the region.

Flights of Flavor celebrating with giveaway

Grand Rapids’ innovative promotion, Flights of Flavor, has brought a new dimension to the dining experience, offering a delightful way for food enthusiasts to sample a variety of dishes and beverages from local restaurants.

Gearing up for the Juneteenth Jam

Grand Rapids is gearing up for one of its most vibrant and significant community events of the year.

Eating clean in Holland

Fans of Asian fusion cuisine can add one more stop to their Holland beach day journey.

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GR’s top tacos auténticos’

While there's nothing wrong with adding shredded lettuce, cheddar, and sour cream to your homemade taco, authentic Mexican tacos highlight the natural flavors of the basic ingredients and are more traditional in presentation.

Flights of Flavor celebrating with giveaway

Grand Rapids’ innovative promotion, Flights of Flavor, has brought a new dimension to the dining experience, offering a delightful way for food enthusiasts to sample a variety of dishes and beverages from local restaurants.

Restaurant with vibes that ooze cool

When it’s an adventure just to find the front door, you know the restaurant is going to be amazing.

Mmmm…Pizza and Creek Water?

I had dined at Nunica’s Crockery Creek Saloon but seeing a note on the website had me dumbfounded. Bartender Jeanie Meredith filled me in — not up — on the “Creek Water.” 

Mounds of Evidence

The ancient burial mounds in the Grand Rapids area offer a poignant glimpse into the Indigenous Peoples who once flourished in the region.

Entrepreneur drops the royal tea

Andrea Jenkins is one of those people who just doesn't stop.

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. 

Farmhouse anchored in her story

Tucked off a winding gravel road in Ada sits Orchard House, a newly constructed farmhouse layered with history and remnants of a bygone era.

Small town in the big city

Talk to anyone who lives in Alger Heights and one of the first words out of their mouth is “walkability.”

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.

7 Summery Things To Do This Weekend

Looking for exciting activities to spice up your West Michigan weekend? While it's not officially summer yet, we've got you covered with a curated list of the hottest events happening in the city and on the outskirts.

Feast of the Strawberry Moon and other springtime celebrations

The 18th century comes to life with two days of historical reenactments, demonstrations, and musical performances centered around the 1700s.

2024 Memorial Day Weekend Guide

Parades, parties, and places to visit are in abundance this Memorial Day weekend in Michigan, offering a plethora of activities for everyone. From honoring veterans with heartfelt ceremonies to enjoying live music and delicious food, communities across the state are celebrating in style.

Rhythms & Reels at Collins Park

Mark your calendars! The East Grand Rapids Parks and Recreation Department has announced the lineup for its summer entertainment series.

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