A West Michigan maker of footwear and apparel is hosting a major warehouse sale this weekend.
A women’s clothing boutique in town is closing.
A salon and spa brand has opened a pair of locations in the area.
A local entrepreneur has launched a line of “cruelty-free, vegan lip glosses” geared toward young girls.
A local salon and clothing store is opening its second location.
Stretch your muscles with some friends for a good cause.
Kids will get a chance next week to explore a group of special vehicles that power some of the city’s biggest jobs.
Need more green in your life? Experts say we all do — green leaves, vines and stems.
A pop-up fitness class is taking over the Blue Bridge in downtown Grand Rapids on Thursday night.
Emily Smith had been in the nursing field for 19 years. In March of 2014, she began feeling restless in the healthcare industry. After a family trip to the Music Capital of the World, Nashville, Tennessee had Smith making a big decision—changing the tune of her whole life.
Imagine laying in a pool of water but not even being able to feel its touch against your skin. That’s what it’s like inside one of three sensory deprivation floating tanks at Phlot, a new floating spa in Eastown.
I’m an October baby, I live for all things fall. Naturally, Halloween is one of my favorite times of the year. I am a huge advocate for finding costumes and decorations you can use year round and that can be repurposed.
The woman who owns a lingerie business probably has a husband who appreciates that sort of thing, right? That’s not the case for Elise Kutt, owner and founder of Naughty Bettie, the new European influenced lingerie boutique.
Jorgen and Meg Sorensen opened Design Quest in Gaslight Village in 1972 after relocating to Grand Rapids from Arizona. The couple was encouraged to make the move by Meg Sorensen’s brother in law, Joseph Grassie, who was the city manager of Grand Rapids.
Megan Rader is moving Kula Yoga to a new, larger location that will give her the opportunity to provide more class offerings as well as childcare for yoga students taking classes, but that’s not all she’s excited about.
A downtown fashion school has received a grant to fund programming for the next five years.
A biking app focused on beginner-level on-road, off-road, commuter and recreational biking is coming to Grand Rapids.
Liz Haan, owner of Marie La Mode, is living in jumpsuits—it’s the easiest get-up, slip one on and you’re done (your only stressor now is shoes). Also on repeat are high-waisted denim and graphic tees. These are her favorite looks and lately, she’s wearing them in her new brick and mortar store on Cherry Street as she adapts to a different pace than what she’s become used to.
New year, new workout. Whether you’re tired of not reaching your fitness goals or maybe just getting tired of the old routine, it’s time to get out and try something new.
With a background as an educator and manager for a large cosmetics retailer, Melina Carreno Tobin decided it was time to open her own shop and focus on brands not readily available locally.