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For John Naum, going to work with his dad as a child meant testing the candy made in the Sweetland Candies shop. He’s now got grandchildren doing the same thing.
One thing I learned from living in England is that fish ‘n’ chips is a dish traditionally meant to be consumed while standing outside in the pouring rain.
Looking for something to do this weekend? We recommend the following popular annual events and staged productions:
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:
February events – A few great things to do this month!
Grand Rapids based documentary filmmaker, Chris Penney, is premiering his latest film at Phoenix Theaters Woodland Mall, 3195 28th Street SE.
Whether you're a sports fan, a fan of the horror film genre, or if you just plain love good music you'll find plenty to do in Grand Rapids this weekend.
One of my favorite Grand Rapids bands is back; Citizen Keen. Formerly known as Four Lincolns, this band features the bold vocals of Sarah Keen.
So many wonderful events take place in Grand Rapids during the season of giving. It's hard to pare it down, but my first pick is an annual holiday event in the Creston neighborhood, “Lights on Creston,” which takes place from 4-8 p.m. tonight, Thursday, Dec. 8, 2022.
September events – A few great things to do this month!
This weekend Grand Rapids is jam packed with music and parties – both indoors and outdoors. Some even bring the outdoors indoors.Confused? Read on:
It's that time of the year again when we give thanks with those around us. So here is a list of four things happening in the Grand Rapids area to add to your Thanksgiving celebration:
Founders Taproom, 235 Cesar E. Chavez Ave., SW, will celebrate its quarter-century anniversary this Saturday, Sept. 10., 2-11 p.m.
Celebrations galore, from the mundane to the bizarre, are scheduled at just about every bar, tavern and nightclub throughout the city...
There’s no shortage of events to look forward to during the month of March!
January events – A few great things to do this month!
Area museums and performing arts organizations are making sure that folks who have decided to spend spring break at home this year have plenty of options for entertainment.
This Sunday, Oct. 2, the Grand Rapids Symphony presents the first of two performers in a new concert series beginning at 5:30 p.m.
It’s that low-key, first weekend of the year, where there’s not a lot on the social calendar, but I managed to find a few must-try happenings and events.
1. See an orchestra in a brewery– yes, really!!!