Smoked food restaurant opening in downtown Holland

The Holland Civic Center Place in downtown Holland is opening a smoked food-themed restaurant called Smoke’n Tulip.

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Greek To Go offers bake-from-frozen options.

Southeast grocery store one step closer to reality

The founder of an equity- and sustainability-focused grocery store on the southeast side of Grand Rapids signed a lease on a building and launched a crowdfunding campaign.

Founders Brewing redesigns staple IPA

Founders Brewing Co. unveiled a new look for Centennial IPA, one of the brewery’s longest-running brands.

Ottawa Food hires food navigator for Holland Farmers Market

The Holland Farmers Market now has an on-site team member to help customers navigate food assistance programs.

Study shows Michigan residents want schools to stay closed

According to education review site, Authority.org, most people in the Midwestern and southern parts of the country want schools to open for in-person learning amid the pandemic.

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Local production company launches live performance streaming program

Grand Rapids-based production company Colvin Theatrical debuts the first installation of its live television streaming-style project, GR Tonight, with a live performance featuring Matty Owen at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.

Nonprofit launches virtual Hats and Horses event

Pioneer Resources’ third annual Kentucky Derby-themed event is going virtual.

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Wolverine, Metallica nonprofit partner on boots for a cause

A local footwear brand is partnering with Metallica’s nonprofit to roll out two pairs of limited-edition boots, with all proceeds going to educate skilled trades students.

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Smoked food restaurant opening in downtown Holland

The Holland Civic Center Place in downtown Holland is opening a smoked food-themed restaurant called Smoke’n Tulip.

A labor of love

Greek To Go offers bake-from-frozen options.

Founders Brewing redesigns staple IPA

Founders Brewing Co. unveiled a new look for Centennial IPA, one of the brewery’s longest-running brands.

Ottawa Food hires food navigator for Holland Farmers Market

The Holland Farmers Market now has an on-site team member to help customers navigate food assistance programs.

Southeast grocery store one step closer to reality

The founder of an equity- and sustainability-focused grocery store on the southeast side of Grand Rapids signed a lease on a building and launched a crowdfunding campaign.

Study shows Michigan residents want schools to stay closed

According to education review site, Authority.org, most people in the Midwestern and southern parts of the country want schools to open for in-person learning amid the pandemic.

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WMEAC to host weeklong Mayors’ Grand River Cleanup

The West Michigan Environmental Action Council (WMEAC) will host the annual Mayors’ Grand River Cleanup next month, turning it into a weeklong event to respect COVID-19 social distancing measures.

Homework help

6 tips for creating a homework spot your kids will love.

First day back

The back-to-school gear you need for success.

Wolverine, Metallica nonprofit partner on boots for a cause

A local footwear brand is partnering with Metallica’s nonprofit to roll out two pairs of limited-edition boots, with all proceeds going to educate skilled trades students.

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Local production company launches live performance streaming program

Grand Rapids-based production company Colvin Theatrical debuts the first installation of its live television streaming-style project, GR Tonight, with a live performance featuring Matty Owen at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.

Nonprofit launches virtual Hats and Horses event

Pioneer Resources’ third annual Kentucky Derby-themed event is going virtual.

Grand Rapids Public Museum announces new climate change exhibit

The Grand Rapids Public Museum will host a new exhibition, “Under the Arctic: Digging into the Permafrost,” beginning Sept. 26.

Farmers Alley Theatre brings Broadway to your backyard

With the cancellation of regular in-person performances, Kalamazoo-based Farmers Alley Theatre is bringing the show to you with a new program.

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