Perrin releases summer sipper

Perrin Brewing Company is marking the season with the release of its Summer Scene Imperial Fruit Ale.

Grand Rapids School of Dance to open

The Grand Rapids School of Dance will be hosting its open house on Aug 28-29 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at 2401 Camelot Court SE, Suite D in Grand Rapids.

From Zeeland to New Zealand: Travels, working abroad shape Michigan author’s life

Author Jillian Webster was raised in Zeeland, Michigan, but after being disfellowshipped by Jehovah’s Witnesses at the age of 19, Webster began her journey of self-discovery and fulfillment, which ultimately brought her to another Zealand — New Zealand.

Great Lakes Music announces lineup for fourth annual camp

Great Lakes Music will be hosting its four-day acoustic music symposium from Oct. 7-10 at Camp Blodgett, 10451 Lakeshore Drive in West Olive.

Summer reads

Summer is a great time to pick up a page-turner and engross yourself in a story.

Meijer announces expanded teacher discount for back to school

Teachers are getting additional discounts from Meijer as they tackle back-to-school shopping lists ahead of fall's return to classes.

American fare restaurant coming to Kalamazoo

A restaurant that serves new American fare will open on the ground floor of a hotel in downtown Kalamazoo this fall.

Music is the only option for Gianna Stansell

Gianna Stansell was gaining momentum as a young artist when the pandemic hit last year.

Bell’s Brewery partners with Meals on Wheels to fight food insecurity

Bell’s Brewery’s Raise a Wing event is back for 2021, as the Kalamazoo craft brewery is teaming up with Meals on Wheels America to give back and raise awareness for food-insecure seniors across the U.S.

Cars and Coffee returns to Downtown Market

Car enthusiasts from across the region will bring over 120 hot rods to display for the public at the Grand Rapids Downtown Market this weekend.

Center for Mindfulness announces summer programs

The Grand Rapids Center for Mindfulness announced its summer programs, which include 60-minute free classes, three-hour interactive workshops and multiweek classes.

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Perrin releases summer sipper

Perrin Brewing Company is marking the season with the release of its Summer Scene Imperial Fruit Ale.

American fare restaurant coming to Kalamazoo

A restaurant that serves new American fare will open on the ground floor of a hotel in downtown Kalamazoo this fall.

Bell’s Brewery partners with Meals on Wheels to fight food insecurity

Bell’s Brewery’s Raise a Wing event is back for 2021, as the Kalamazoo craft brewery is teaming up with Meals on Wheels America to give back and raise awareness for food-insecure seniors across the U.S.

Total Wine & More opens location in Grand Rapids

Total Wine & More opened its first Michigan store in Grand Rapids earlier this month.

From Zeeland to New Zealand: Travels, working abroad shape Michigan author’s life

Author Jillian Webster was raised in Zeeland, Michigan, but after being disfellowshipped by Jehovah’s Witnesses at the age of 19, Webster began her journey of self-discovery and fulfillment, which ultimately brought her to another Zealand — New Zealand.

Summer reads

Summer is a great time to pick up a page-turner and engross yourself in a story.

Meijer announces expanded teacher discount for back to school

Teachers are getting additional discounts from Meijer as they tackle back-to-school shopping lists ahead of fall's return to classes.

Frolic at the Zoo to raise funds for homeless families

A nonprofit is inviting families to enjoy prizes, a scavenger hunt, music and more at John Ball Zoo next month for a good cause.

Center for Mindfulness announces summer programs

The Grand Rapids Center for Mindfulness announced its summer programs, which include 60-minute free classes, three-hour interactive workshops and multiweek classes.

Holland Museum launches fundraiser to restore red caboose

The Holland Museum organized a GoFundMe page to restore the Pere Marquette Red Caboose, which is at the Padnos Transportation Center train station, 171 Lincoln Ave., Holland.

Survey: 34% of Generation Z doesn’t trust online stores

According to a research study by Tidio, 34% of Generation Z, those born from 1997-2012, believe that the majority of online stores are untrustworthy.

ArtRat Gallery joining Heartside neighborhood this fall

The ArtRat Gallery will officially open Sept. 10 at 46 S. Division Ave. in Grand Rapids’ Heartside neighborhood.

Grand Rapids School of Dance to open

The Grand Rapids School of Dance will be hosting its open house on Aug 28-29 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at 2401 Camelot Court SE, Suite D in Grand Rapids.

Great Lakes Music announces lineup for fourth annual camp

Great Lakes Music will be hosting its four-day acoustic music symposium from Oct. 7-10 at Camp Blodgett, 10451 Lakeshore Drive in West Olive.

Music is the only option for Gianna Stansell

Gianna Stansell was gaining momentum as a young artist when the pandemic hit last year.

Cars and Coffee returns to Downtown Market

Car enthusiasts from across the region will bring over 120 hot rods to display for the public at the Grand Rapids Downtown Market this weekend.

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