K ourtney Thomas remembers the first COVID-19 patient she saw back in March 2020.
Collaborative divorce puts children’s well-being first.
Replicas of animals across the world will be featured at the zoo.
The Grand Rapids Turkey Trot will continue its longstanding tradition this fall despite the coronavirus pandemic.
A fitness franchise plans to celebrate the grand opening of its first Michigan studio.
While others designing their dream home envision open floor plans, vaulted ceilings and that longed-for room designated solely for their hobby, landscape designer Amy Squires did her dreaming a little differently: her perfect home began with planning landscapes and gardens, with the home built around them.
Before it became The Friesian Gastro Pub, the building at 720 Michigan St. NE was four walls of eroding concrete and a dirt floor. That didn’t stop the owners from envisioning a fresh addition to the Midtown Corridor, but they did need direction.
The Grand Rapids Center for Mindfulness announced its summer programs, which include 60-minute free classes, three-hour interactive workshops and multiweek classes.
County road agencies throughout Michigan released lists of the best roads for viewing fall colors this year.
A nonprofit that serves homeless residents is opening two new thrift stores in the area.
Start Garden has made its presence felt in this region’s business community ever since it was founded nine years ago by Rick DeVos.
Amid the protests, cries for social justice and a need for education, businesses and artists have shown their support for Black Lives Matter through murals and paintings in downtown Grand Rapids.
Snowshoeing is one of the easiest activities out there.
The Lakeshore Museum Center will showcase a new exhibit honoring the late Rosie Lee Wilkins from Monday through April 24.
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.
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A new indoor cycling studio is preparing to open at a shopping center in town.
Are you having trouble adulting? Well, do we have good news for you. The Grand Rapids Public Library (GRPL) is launching a new series of classes that will teach you the necessities about home maintenance, green cleaning, job searching, and managing a spending plan.
Plié and pirouette to better health and fitness with Grand Rapids Ballet’s adult ballet classes.
On stage or on the street, Bux Dhyne's style turns heads.