Opera Grand Rapids still belts it out while everyone’s sheltered in place, and fans can enjoy it from the best seat in their house.
Whether for your kids or yourself, coloring can be a great stress reliever.
Puzzlers can experience West Michigan virtually through a new digital challenge.
It’s been a quarter-century since Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park welcomed its first visitors on April 20, 1995.
Although Binder Park Zoo is closed to guests, the resident animals are making their way back to their outdoor habitats to celebrate the return of spring and the 2020 zoo season, and zoo fans now can join them virtually.
The work of Western Michigan University Cooley Law School can be seen on a popular streaming service.
Ingalls Pictures, a family-owned video production company in Grand Rapids, announced the release of a video tribute to resilience and caring during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Just because you’re being safe staying home doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate the holiday with friends and family.
Although the West Michigan Whitecaps players won’t be on the field, Whitecaps fans still can celebrate Opening Day.
A local nature preserve launched a series of videos to keep people engaged and learning while social distancing.
The Lakeshore Museum Center in Muskegon is joining a host of other cultural institutions that are offering activities and resources for folks to enjoy from home.
A local art institution is trying to bring people together while they are apart.
Though the concert halls are empty, the musicians of the Grand Rapids Symphony will not stay silent.
Though the Grand Rapids Symphony has ceased live performances during the COVID-19 pandemic, the organization will broadcast past shows on Blue Lake Public Radio starting Sunday.
Since Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order on Monday, Grand Rapidians have had to find creative ways to entertain themselves and their children as they stay home to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
Twelve of West Michigan’s most acclaimed DJs are joining lyrical forces to create a live stream virtual music set that will support food-insecure children.
John Ball Zoo will remain closed amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
The recent COVID-19 outbreak has forced everyone to self-quarantine in order to limit the spread.
A 50-year tradition will be coming to a halt this year to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Baseball fans will just have to wait a little while longer for opening day.