As ArtPrize kicks off its 10th year in downtown Grand Rapids this afternoon, Kevin Buist is among those who have been behind the scenes since the very beginning.
In a heartfelt post on Facebook yesterday, Fouad Catrib announced the closure of Marie Catrib’s restaurant after nearly 14 years in business.
After five decades of hitting the road, Bob Seger says this fall’s Travelin’ Man tour will be his last, and he is kicking it off in Grand Rapids.
Ever wish you could take an afternoon siesta? A local lounge furniture manufacturer and an area nonprofit are asking you to do just that.
The owners of Rockford Riverside Grille have decided to turn the restaurant into a special events space.
The sweet floral scent of summer is coming to an end with the advent of fall, but at Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park there is still plenty of time left to stop and smell the flowers.
Write Michigan is looking for storytellers for its annual short story fiction contest.
The Grand Rapids Symphony is kicking off its 2018-2019 season this weekend with Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7.
Grove head chef Jeremy Paquin said a desire to “cook for more people” is behind the farm-to-table restaurant’s decision to begin offering lunch Monday through Saturday.
“I began running regularly five years ago, but really started enjoying running when I joined my first running group,” said Matt Swiontek. He has since launched two running groups of his own, November Project Grand Rapids (formerly Carpe Diem) and Bagel Run GR.