At the corner of Division and Weston in downtown Grand Rapids sits a building that begs the question, “Will you make it out alive?”
The first snowfall has come and gone, signaling the start of another holiday season. Celebrate with Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park (FMG) as it hosts its 23rd annual Christmas and Holiday Traditions Around the World exhibition.
The Rockford High School Marching Band will make history this Thanksgiving as the first West Michigan Band to perform in the world’s biggest parade.
Watching for Foxes is an up-and-coming band chasing after every musician’s dream.
Join editors Dani Vilella and Ashley Nickels as they explore grassroots activism in Grand Rapids, “a modern rust belt city.”
Take a stroll back in time as you explore the new Louder Than Words: Rock, Power and Politics exhibit at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum.
Now that Halloween has come and gone and the first snowfall has passed, it’s time to get into the holiday spirit. Whether it’s comfort food, exercise or Christmas shopping to get you in the mood for the upcoming holidays, Grand Rapids has something for everyone this weekend.
Touch casts of a narwhal tusk, the lower jaw of Gigantopithecus (an extinct group of apes) and a life-size reproduction of the talon of a Haast’s eagle at Grand Rapids Public Museum’s latest exhibition and learn about the mythical creatures these artifacts stoked.
Are you ready for a scary good weekend? With Halloween fast approaching, Grand Rapids is filled with holiday fun for everyone. So, grab your kids, your best friends, or your significant other and go enjoy the fall festivities.
The Diversity Lecture Series is back in Grand Rapids for its 23rd year.