A collection of photos of former President Gerald Ford during his time in office are coming to Grand Rapids.
The artists for Project 1 by ArtPrize have been selected.
The zoo has re-opened its doors.
Portraits of female leaders will soon start popping up downtown.
George Bayard III wants room to grow.
At just 8 years old, Shilin Hora discovered her reverence for nature. She would spend hours noticing the smallest intricacies of the earth, peeling moss from sidewalk cracks, admiring the canopies beneath trees and crafting terrariums.
Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park will feature its Fred & Dorothy Fichter “Butterflies Are Blooming” exhibition starting on March 1.
This year, Fred Meijer would have been 100 years old. Next year, Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park will turn 25. They’re in the middle of a huge expansion project, continuing to grow from an idea to have a little garden behind a new Meijer Thrifty Acres on the Beltline. The new exhibition at Meijer Gardens — which opened this weekend — tells the story of a legacy built over time.
Vernis Schad has been part of the fabric of Grand Rapids for more than 70 years. She’s seen the best the city has to offer and lived through some of the most difficult years.
For author Tom Carr, writing about the crimes of Michigan’s past allows him to travel through time and witness some of the most interesting and sordid events in history.