Community organizing helped keep Charles Garfield’s legacy intact.
Blandford Nature Center founder was a hidden gem.
A group of Grand Rapids factory workers stood up for labor rights.
Dr. Eugene Browning paved the way for Black doctors in Grand Rapids.
Rev. David May ensured Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy grew in Grand Rapids.
This holiday scene shows what Christmas looked like in a house at 458 Adams St. SE, circa 1925.
The Jaycees ensured Santa Claus continued to visit Grand Rapids each year.
As Prohibition played out in Grand Rapids, local women were active on both sides of the issue.
An old ice cream sign leaves many questions unanswered.
Gardening during times of upheaval has a long history.
Once a logging route, today the Blue Bridge is a gathering spot.
Unemployed workers were given jobs during the Great Depression.
Mary Gardner Premington created a 'public art playground.'
The Robinson Studio archive offers a glimpse of the past.
St. Cecilia Music Center always has been supported by women.
Cottage Bar has withstood the test of time.
Richmond Park is a cold-weather destination.