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.
“I began running regularly five years ago, but really started enjoying running when I joined my first running group,” said Matt Swiontek. He has since launched two running groups of his own, November Project Grand Rapids (formerly Carpe Diem) and Bagel Run GR.
Seva Yoga is offering Believe in YOU! on Friday, Sept. 21, a parent-child yoga experience meant to cultivate positive self-esteem in kids ages 3-12.
West Michigan Center for Arts + Technology (WMCAT) students got their first chance to view the organization’s new home this past week.
Self-care is all the rage currently and now there is a new way for Grand Rapidians to treat themselves.
A furniture showroom and interior design firm has moved into the former MoDiv space and it is quickly gaining attention from interested passersby.
You’re not selfish to wish that instead of traveling all over town to your favorite boutiques, they collectively came to you.
Does your teen need help finding a job, dealing with money or looking for college scholarships? Don’t worry, the library has you covered. The Grand Rapids Public Library is offering a three-part learning series for your teen to get the answers they need for life.
Months and months of training have prepared local athletes for the upcoming event: Rhoades McKee Reeds Lake Triathlon.