The best new spots in town include three new establishments on Bridge St.
Abraham Lincoln. Billy the Kid. Civil War soldiers, dour and focused. A decorated General Custer. Nineteenth century families, seated and serious.
For those who had a soft spot for Shanghai Ichiban, there is good news for you.
Travelers on their way back from the U.P. may get an eye full over the next two days as military vehicles on land, sea and air take part in a training exercise.
A few short years ago, the restaurant industry was so badly crippled many establishments across the country were not able to crawl their way back out.
In Fennville there’s a weekly jam session that does not need more publicity. I made my first visit to The What Not Inn on the most miserable May 1 on record — 40 degrees with vicious, windblown rain.
For most of us, this is not the season for War and Peace.
Maine calls itself “The Lighthouse State.” Ha. Guess Maine hasn’t been to Michigan lately.
Train, the highly celebrated pop rock band from San Francisco, will perform in Grand Rapids.
Jennifer Bartlett is a Jill-of-all-trades; an accomplished makeup artist and hair stylist who specializes in creative color, turning her customers into vibrant works of art.
On Friday, Aug. 3 Boz Scaggs, along with special guest Keb’ Mo’ will light up the stage at Fred Meijer Gardens Amphitheater as part of the Fifth Third Bank Summer Concert series.
Well before U2 became the biggest band in the world, they found an enthusiastic audience at the Fountain Street Church.
I once saw a bumper sticker in Los Angeles that read: “Where the hell is Pentwater?”
The weather may have cooled down this week, but the musical acts gracing the stages of Grand Rapids are as hot as ever.
Saugatuck is one of those communities that in the dead of winter seems a million miles away.
Some years ago there were billboards advertising Ludington as “Up North, Close By.”