In the spring, David Olson, a chef and finance consultant for the food & beverage industry who calls Caledonia home, traveled through Northern Africa, spending much of his time touring soup and spice markets and gathering inspiration for his own recipes. While you might expect Olson’s trip to garner fabulous food concoctions, it’s his Moroccan spice porter that has Grand Rapids salivating.
Whether you are vegan or vegetarian or just interested in how to eat a healthy plant-based diet, Grand Rapids VegFest is for you. Taking place on Sunday, Oct. 7 from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the DeltaPlex, Grand Rapids VegFest features cooking demonstrations, speakers, a plethora of local vendors and, of course, food.
A group of artists came together over the past month to create a mural on the backside of furniture showroom and retailer Stonesthrow in the Creston neighborhood as part of “UICA Outdoors,” the Urban Institute of Contemporary Arts’ ArtPrize 10 project.
Round 1 of public voting has concluded and the field of ArtPrize 10 contenders has narrowed once again.
The best part about fall might be the food, especially if you have a sweet tooth. Check out these five fall treats, which will surely have you indulging in the season!
Citizen restaurant announced yesterday that it will close at the end of this week to undergo roof repairs.
A new documentary, “Love, Gilda,” out this month, takes a look at Gilda Radner’s life and legacy through her own words, thanks to recently discovered audiotapes.
Last night, the ArtPrize jurors announced their shortlist. Twenty artists are now vying for $500,000 in prizes — including two $200,000 Grand Prizes and $100,000 in Category Awards.
There has been some grumbling and grousing since the city made the switch from one parking app to another, but the City of Grand Rapids wants you to know it’s heard those complaints.
If you’re a frequent flyer you’ll be happy to hear about Gerald R. Ford International Airport’s new app.