This weekend features a fun way to uncork your creativity. And much more!
Project 1 has named three locations in Grand Rapids where it will make its debut.
Downtown is getting a new place that will blend Korean barbecue with karaoke.
The latest attraction in downtown Grand Rapids has opened.
‘Tis the season to be jolly at Meijer Gardens.
Val Caniparoli jokes that he’s a “Nutcracker” machine. A choreographer for companies all over the world, Caniparoli was in Grand Rapids before Thanksgiving to update his choreography for the Grand Rapids Ballet’s production of “The Nutcracker,” which opens Dec. 1 at DeVos Performance Hall.
A new sport that combines bowling, football and horseshoes has come to Grand Rapids.
This weekend features a Grand Rapids brewery's birthday party. And much more.
A long-running concert and events venue in Grand Rapids did not ring in the New Year with a party.
The touring production lives up to the hype.
For $10 you can hitch a ride to the casino on the new Gun Lake Casino Express.
Got a case of cabin fever? Here's a list of activities to keep you busy all winter long.
This weekend features a program just for local history buffs. And much more!
Some people have paid hundreds to see “Hamilton.” You could see it for $10.
World War II is a dark night in world history, hardly the topic one expects for a children’s book or play. But “Number the Stars,” a play based on Lois Lowry’s award-winning book, twinkles with a sky full of bright spots like friendship, family bonds and bravery.
A World of Winter is about to descend upon Grand Rapids.
DeGraaf Nature Center offers a look into the world of one of the scariest (to some humans) and misunderstood species on the planet.
There’s no better way to stay active, get outdoors and explore the area than cross-country skiing. This activity is fun for all ages, and there are a variety of trails between Kent County and Ottawa County offering varying levels of difficulty to meet every level of skier.
This weekend features days of face-to-face gaming — and much more.
The recent COVID-19 outbreak has forced everyone to self-quarantine in order to limit the spread.