October is now well underway; meaning so is the 30 Days 30 Dollars challenge. Created by Grand Rapids Area Black Businesses (GRABB), the 30 Days 30 Dollars challenge aims to bring awareness and money to black-owned businesses in Grand Rapids throughout the month of October.
Co-owners and founders Jenny Quinn and Trista Parisian started FLEXcity Fitness in January of 2012. Their vision was to create a place for people to workout in a big city at an affordable price and to create workouts that would meet anyone at any level of fitness, helping every person achieve their personal best.
There has been some grumbling and grousing since the city made the switch from one parking app to another, but the City of Grand Rapids wants you to know it’s heard those complaints.
If you’re a frequent flyer you’ll be happy to hear about Gerald R. Ford International Airport’s new app.
Admit it: you have one. You’ve probably admired someone else’s at least once. It’s that art or hobby you’ve said for years you’re going to start one day. Maybe you’ve dreamed you could learn to paint with watercolors, learn martial arts, sail or weave. Perhaps you want to learn woodworking, ballroom dancing or sewing.
The new activewear shop TO & FRO helps you look good during yoga, at the gym or while running (your life).
Ever wish you could take an afternoon siesta? A local lounge furniture manufacturer and an area nonprofit are asking you to do just that.
The sweet floral scent of summer is coming to an end with the advent of fall, but at Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park there is still plenty of time left to stop and smell the flowers.
Write Michigan is looking for storytellers for its annual short story fiction contest.
Transformative experiences with unconventional medicine led Paul Austin, a Grandville native and Hope College graduate, on an unconventional career path.