A New York-based ballet company will make a stop in Muskegon.
The Taste of Muskegon festival will take place one week earlier to avoid overlapping with Juneteenth.
With snow on the ground, Grand Rapids parks are gearing up to offer winter activities at parks and public spaces throughout the city.
Grand Rapids will host a series of concerts and shows at multiple downtown venues.
A Grand Rapids native is predicted to be a part of the next wave of music stars in 2022.
To commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Studio Park will screen a new film about former President Barack Obama.
Downtown Muskegon will host a new fine arts and craft shopping event this spring.
A Canadian rock band will make an appearance in Grand Rapids.
Waxahatchee will make a stop in Grand Rapids during her international music tour.
A local performance venue is heating up winter with a four-monthlong jazz series and festival.
The Grand Rapids Fire Department and Grand Rapids Police Department will face each other in a charitable hockey game.
The 24th annual Michigan International Auto Show will be held Feb. 3-6 at DeVos Place at 303 Monroe Ave. NW in downtown Grand Rapids.
A long-awaited, Black-owned “swanky” cocktail lounge will open on the final night of the year.
Taste of Muskegon is kicking off 2022 with a game.
Those looking for the classic dinner-and-a-movie date during the holidays have a convenient option in Holland.
The Grand Rapids Symphony’s first concert of 2022 will say “farewell” and “thank you” to John Varineau, who is leaving after 36 years of serving the organization.
The college bowl game that bears the name of the Battle Creek-based Cheez-It snack brand has named “Prince Cheddward” as its new mascot.
A museum on the lakeshore is inviting families to play on a custom-designed mini-golf course in its art galleries.
The Grand Rapids Parks & Recreation Department, Downtown Grand Rapids Inc. (DGRI) and Van Andel Arena finalized plans to host the public ice skating season at Van Andel Arena amid renovations of Rosa Parks Circle.
Two downtown Grand Rapids hotels will ring in the new year with two holiday parties.