Michigan placed third in a new list ranking 2020’s best and worst states to visit this fall.
Value City Furniture announced interior design guru, online content creator and author Farah Merhi will serve as its first designer looks style expert.
Nick Nortier brings nature back to the forefront.
Kellogg is giving Special K lovers a chance to beat the “Blursday” feeling with a kit containing seven cereal flavors and other goodies for each day of the week.
The Holland Museum is rolling out a new exhibit, Election Reflection: Memorabilia from Holland, starting Oct. 2.
Local artist Chelsea Michal Garter wears many hats. In addition to making art, she styles hair and designs tattoos, but painting is where her heart is.
The Body Mind Being Institute relaunched its yoga training program in an online format.
Following the cancellation of ArtPrize because of COVID-19, the Beer City Brewers Guild convened to devise a creative workaround that celebrates local art and beer.
Jasmine Bruce uses art to transform and heal.
A free, outdoor film screening and community conversation on mental health and addiction is taking place at Celebration Cinema's Studio Park.
Uptown Grand Rapids Inc. will continue its initiative to support local artists by adding new installations and murals to the buildings of businesses this month.
Family-owned florist Eastern Floral marked 70 years of business this year and is celebrating with a new campaign.
The Grand Rapids Turkey Trot will continue its longstanding tradition this fall despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Mel Styles on Monday announced the grand opening of its first physical studio this weekend.
Experts say suicide is preventable.
Thanks to the current health crisis, more people seem to be evaluating their careers and doing a lot of introspection right now.
Statement blacks are here to stay.
County road agencies throughout Michigan released lists of the best roads for viewing fall colors this year.
Creativity and necessity come together for these three people who have made space for work at home.
An art exhibit originally planned for ArtPrize is moving ahead despite the competition’s cancellation.