Coinciding with Beer Month this year (Feb. 15 – March 15), Cool Brews. Hot Eats. promises to help show off the reasons Grand Rapids continues to win the title of Beer City.
Whether you are trying something new like tallarines y chorizo (homemade chorizo sautéed with lo mien noodles and baked with queso fresco) or you want a more typical taco, chef Tony Craig said at Georgina’s you’ll find “comfort food.”
While today’s sunshine might already have you daydreaming about summer, Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park has decided to give you another reason. FMG announced three of the bands coming to its amphitheater this summer as part of the Fifth Third Bank Summer Concert Series.
Valentine’s Day is near and that means many of you will take to the kitchen to try and impress your partner with a fancy meal. GR|MAG figured some of you could use some help in this pursuit, so who better to reach out to for some tips than husband and wife culinary duo Bernard and Dana Lucas.
Waited until the last minute to pick up a Valentine’s Day gift? No worries, you can grab a bottle of Long Road Distillers limited release liqueur made in honor of the holiday.
A popular exhibit that included 1400 pieces of artwork last year is back at the Muskegon Museum of Art.
A pair of Grand Rapids restaurants are being featured on the Travel Channel on Monday, Feb. 12, and both establishments are hosting launch parties to celebrate their turn in the spotlight.
The West Michigan Symphony orchestra will be joined by coloratura soprano Diane Penning and singer/arranger Paul Langford for Hollywood’s Greatest Melodies this weekend.
The New Year is off to a busy start for Edye Evans Hyde. The Grand Rapids-based performer is playing shows throughout February, including two this week in Grand Rapids.
Winfred Rembert grew up in the cotton fields. As a young boy, he worked picking cotton, making 50 cents to $1 in a day. Later in life, he returned to the backbreaking labor as a member of a prison chain gang. He said it’s important to him to document the stories of the cotton fields because they contain a history that many Black people don’t know about.