You won’t be able to order Crack Fries at HopCat for much longer. Mark Gray, BarFly Ventures CEO, which owns the HopCat chain, announced on HopCat’s website that it is renaming its popular menu item.
When you hear taproom, most likely your first thought is beer, but Sacred Springs is a different sort of taproom. It serves up locally made kombucha.
We already know Metallica rocks, but now the heavy metal band is earning even greater respect in Grand Rapids for a $100,000 gift it’s giving to Grand Rapids Community College.
After a month of public voting, the City of Grand Rapids has unveiled the winning design for new entry signs at city-owned parks.
Georgina’s restaurant opened in January 2018 to much excitement from those familiar with the restaurant’s original Traverse City location. But today, owner Tony Craig announced that the Grand Rapids location has closed.
Savasana Quilts is nestling into the Northridge Centre retail corridor next to Celebration! Cinema North.
A vacant storefront at the corner of Division Avenue and Cherry Street is filling up with holiday gifts that will be available for struggling individuals in the area on Saturday, Dec. 18.
If you fondly remember eating dinners off of TV trays while settled into the family room couch watching the evening’s sitcoms, you’re going to love the newest addition to the Heritage Hill neighborhood.
Fall trips to Klackle Orchards may be coming to an end. After over 40 years, Klackle Orchards owners, Steve & Rosemary Klackle, announced they are retiring.
The new biennial event, Project 1 by ArtPrize, which was announced earlier this year, has a date.