Things to do in Grand Rapids this weekend!

A vast array of activities to help beat the winter blues are happening around the area this weekend.

A bittersweet symphony announcement

There will be electricity on stage when Ne-Yo, along with his band and dancers, join the Grand Rapids Symphony in less than 2 weeks!

March for Meals at Millennium

Did you resolve to be more active this year? Do you love beautiful walks through wetlands and woods? Do you love cute dogs? Do you want to win something? Do you love wearing costumes? Do you want to help local seniors?

100 wines for sampling at St. Cecilia event

Martha's Vineyard is inviting people to eat, drink and be merry at an annual fundraiser for St. Cecilia Music Center on Saturday, April 22.

Forbes recognizes local wealth management firm

A local wealth management firm has earned a place on Forbes Magazine's best wealth management teams in Michigan.

LMCU names new VP of Commercial Lending

Lake Michigan Credit Union has hired Michael VanWyk as vice president of commercial lending serving the West Michigan business community.

Second annual Unity Walk scheduled

Today is National Freedom Day, which commemorates President Lincoln's signing of the 13th amendment to the U.S. Constitution on Feb. 1, 1865, and  marks the beginning of Black History Month.

Better than ever ‘Fair Lady’ tickets on sale

Tickets are now on sale for “My Fair Lady,” which hits the DeVos Performance Hall stage April 11-16.  

Female jazz ensemble, Artemis, to perform at St. Cecilia

Artemis, a powerful ensemble of modern jazz masters, will take the stage at St. Cecilia Music Center, 24 Ransom Ave. NE, on Thursday, Feb. 16.

Pet dental care

Dental health is a very important topic, one that I believe isn’t spoken about often enough.

Sunseekers: Part two

In Sunseekers: Part two, Tylee Shay takes us to Phoenix, one of three sun filled destinations she covered in the latest issue of Grand Rapids Magazine.

A little aloha in West Michigan

As a home stylist for the last 24 years, it is so rewarding to be able to infuse joy into people’s homes through interior design.

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100 wines for sampling at St. Cecilia event

Martha's Vineyard is inviting people to eat, drink and be merry at an annual fundraiser for St. Cecilia Music Center on Saturday, April 22.

Winter Warmer: Maple Hot Toddy

Whether you’re coming in from a day of ice skating or are chilly from shoveling snow, this cozy and delicious Maple Hot Toddy is the perfect sip to warm you up on a cold day.

Mother of all tacos available on the go

It’s lunchtime, but it’s cold, wet and rainy outside. You’re craving some authentic Mexican restaurant food, but you just don’t don’t want to leave the cozy confines of your car.

New, ‘rad’ bagel shop serves waffles, too

Field & Fire’s newest bagel and waffle shop, Rad Bagels, opened in the Downtown Market, 435 Ionia Ave, SW in Grand Rapids, on Friday, Jan. 13. 

Forbes recognizes local wealth management firm

A local wealth management firm has earned a place on Forbes Magazine's best wealth management teams in Michigan.

Second annual Unity Walk scheduled

Today is National Freedom Day, which commemorates President Lincoln's signing of the 13th amendment to the U.S. Constitution on Feb. 1, 1865, and  marks the beginning of Black History Month.

Proud to be a Poppen

Christmas Day, 1965. Nancy K. Poppen of Muskegon is nine months pregnant. In fact, she’s about to burst. Her children, Wendy, 10 and Laurie, 5, are driving her absolutely crazy.

Cannonsburg expands tubing lanes, adds brunch

The Cedar Lounge has always been a great place to relax after a day on the slopes, but now skiers and observers alike will be able to fuel up before hitting the slopes with a new brunch menu.

Pet dental care

Dental health is a very important topic, one that I believe isn’t spoken about often enough.

A little aloha in West Michigan

As a home stylist for the last 24 years, it is so rewarding to be able to infuse joy into people’s homes through interior design.

Fashion Recycled

I caught up with Sadie on one of her last trips home where we discussed fashion. LE: First of all, how do you self identify? Are you a millennial, generation Z / something else?

Discers fling for food drive

November in Michigan brings cold days, gray skies and fleeting daylight. But most importantly of all, it brings anticipation of the holidays.

A bittersweet symphony announcement

There will be electricity on stage when Ne-Yo, along with his band and dancers, join the Grand Rapids Symphony in less than 2 weeks!

Better than ever ‘Fair Lady’ tickets on sale

Tickets are now on sale for “My Fair Lady,” which hits the DeVos Performance Hall stage April 11-16.  

Female jazz ensemble, Artemis, to perform at St. Cecilia

Artemis, a powerful ensemble of modern jazz masters, will take the stage at St. Cecilia Music Center, 24 Ransom Ave. NE, on Thursday, Feb. 16.

Things to do this weekend

It's finally winter, hooray! This weekend offers a lot of chances to get out in the snow, if you're into that sort of thing. Here's just a smattering of what the area has to offer in that regard: 

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