A denim-focused retailer has opened in a local shopping center.
The Barre Code Grand Rapids will be hosting an outdoor, socially distanced fitness class from 6-8 p.m. Aug. 10 on the Blue Bridge in downtown Grand Rapids.
County road agencies throughout Michigan released lists of the best roads for viewing fall colors this year.
A new, 80-foot mural by Reb Roberts is on display inside the Gerald R. Ford International Airport.
Denim is making a statement this spring.
The 42nd annual Reeds Lake Run will start at 8 a.m. Saturday at the East Grand Rapids Community Center, 750 Lakeside Drive SE.
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.
Yoga is about getting in touch with your body and mind, and that’s exactly what Allison Steele did.
The Kent County Road Commission announced the second route of its annual fall color tour.
Combine comfort with eco-friendly products for an outdoor entertaining oasis.
We’re talking literature, music and hair with the darling of Palace Flophouse Salon, Ann Van Weaver.
Collaborative divorce puts children’s well-being first.
Wealthy Street sees another retailer open its doors today. Woosah Outfitters has relocated to the former home of Wealthy at Charles.
Exercising outdoors year-round at 6:01 a.m. through wind, rain and snow might sound like torture to some, but there is a dedicated bunch of people in Grand Rapids that do it every Wednesday morning. They call themselves the November Project.
Beyond of Ada will open its doors Saturday in the Ada business district.
Brighten your wardrobe with this vibrant shade.
The average Michigander would pay $493 to jump the queue for the new COVID-19 vaccine, according to a recent study.
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.
The first phase of a new fitness trail project in Muskegon will begin pending the success of a crowdfunding campaign.
The Muskegon Lakeshore Trail, the 12-mile bike and pedestrian pathway from the Muskegon River to Pere Marquette Beach, fully reopened since high-water damage closed a portion of it in early 2020.