The unveiling of the Festival of the Arts poster and the designer behind it is an annual Grand Rapids tradition, and this year’s artist selection is a well-known figure in the community.
With so many options at the Downtown Market, it’s hard to decide what vendors to try.
Fill your bowl and another’s on Monday, Jan. 29 at the annual Soup’s On for All event hosted by Catholic Charities West Michigan.
USA Today recently named the “Best Museum Exhibits in the U.S. this Winter” and the Grand Rapids Art Museum’s (GRAM) exhibition of “The Great Lakes Cycle” by Alexis Rockman is among the exhibitions highlighted.
Inspired at the age of five to learn to dance after seeing Michael Jackson on television, James Sofranko had no idea he was about to begin training for a future career as a professional ballet dancer– or that he would eventually end up in Grand Rapids.
A competition challenging contestants to script, shoot, edit, and submit a film in 36 hours takes place this weekend.
When New Hotel Mertens owner Anthony Tangorra was doing research on the history of the Mertens Hotel, which dates back to 1914, he made a surprising discovery – he came across an original cocktail menu from the hotel’s 1940’s era.
Fancy yourself a chef? The West Michigan Whitecaps are once again calling on fans to contribute ideas for its 2018 concessions menu.
In addition to its beers, HopCat has gained a reputation for having some of the most addictive fries in town, so it’s no surprise really that the restaurant is hosting a crack fries eating contest to commemorate its 10 year anniversary.
Enjoy a hands-on activity this weekend or sit back and let others entertain you. Either way, our arts & culture hubs have something to entice everyone.