Summer weather is finally here and there is no better way to celebrate summertime than with a classic ice cream treat. Not sure where to go? Well, you are in luck because GR|MAG has located eight mouthwatering summer specials and fan favorites around West Michigan to satisfy your appetite.
Ever since Trimell Hawkins started spending time with his grandmother in her kitchen, cooking has been an important part of his life. As he grew up, Hawkins noticed he always ended up being the chef for his friends because he loved to entertain.
Are you having trouble adulting? Well, do we have good news for you. The Grand Rapids Public Library (GRPL) is launching a new series of classes that will teach you the necessities about home maintenance, green cleaning, job searching, and managing a spending plan.
Spring has finally arrived! To commemorate the start of the season, turn off your electronics and head outside to the great outdoors. Parks are a free and fun option for anyone wanting to take advantage of the beautiful, warm weather.
This past Sunday marked what would have been the 100th birthday of Betty Ford, the former first lady to President Gerald R. Ford. To celebrate this centennial anniversary, the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum is giving the community an in-depth look at her life and legacy in its newest exhibit, “In Step with Betty Ford.”
As a full-time student and athlete at Grand Valley State University (GVSU) and the founder of her own company, Locker Lifestyle, Katarina Samardzija is living her dream of becoming a successful entrepreneur.
Need some help planning for spring break? Look no further because GR|MAG has got you covered. Here are 18 staycation ideas jam-packed with fun and educational activities for the whole family.
Thinking about adopting a pet this spring? Make sure you are prepared.
Toast to the start of spring! As the days become longer, why not share a cup of coffee to celebrate? GR|MAG brewed up a list of seven special spring coffee drinks around Grand Rapids.
When Henry entered the Humane Society of West Michigan (HSWM) he was not only malnourished and suffering from severe skin infections and internal wounds, but he’d also lost most of the fur on his body. Because of this, the HSWM staff members could not identify his breed.