The road to publication of The Quarry wasn’t free of rocks and ruts, but now local author Mike Salisbury and local illustrator Marvin Luna are entering the world of graphic novels
Graci Harkema, international speaker and owner of DEI consulting firm Graci LLC, published Rising; From a Mud Hut to the Boardroom- and Back Again in 2022.
The Grand Rapids Symphony has announced it is the recipient of a $15,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Two Michigan nonprofits have been jointly awarded a $3 million grant from the U.S. Minority Business Development Agency.
What was once a liquor store is now a thriving, independent bookstore in the heart of Ada that draws readers of all ages to its bright, open spaces and loads of glorious books.
Chances are, if you’ve lived in Grand Rapids for a while you’ve heard Citizen Keen play.
The City of Grand Rapids Parks and Recreation Department will host a free dog swim event at Richmond Park Pool.
The Grand Rapids Police Department will host an open house for those interested in learning more about sponsored recruit positions.
Summers in Michigan can be beautiful, fun filled, and for many families this includes lots of time in or near the water.
The Mycophile's Garden is a Grand Rapids based mushroom farm and wild mushroom foraging service that was started by Chris Swinson, CFO. In this case, CFO stands for Chief Fungal Officer.
Fulton Street Market celebrated its hundredth anniversary in 2022. Located in a purpose-built setting at 1145 Fulton St. E. in Grand Rapids, this time-honored traditional farmers market supports hundreds of businesses throughout West Michigan.
The Beer City Open Pickleball Championships are returning to Grand Rapids July 18 through July 23, 2023 at Belknap Park.
Participants in a summer youth program got a glimpse of the Grand Rapids City Commission Chambers on Friday, July 7 as they took part in GRow Further Fridays.
The City of Grand Rapids is welcoming funding contained in the State of Michigan’s bipartisan Fiscal Year 2024 budget...
Mayor Rosalynn Bliss recently led a 15-member delegation to two of Grand Rapids' sister cities in Asia.
Whether it’s an elaborate festival, a city-wide race, or an afternoon of jazz in the park, the office of special events is here to help make visiting Grand Rapids a fun and engaging experience.
Holidays come a few minor inconveniences– office closures and delayed garbage pickup to name two.
Grand Rapids’ 2023 Independence Day celebrations will start off with a bang Saturday July 1, with an annual fireworks display.
Since the passing of the Michigan Fireworks Safety Act, PA 256 of 2011, a growing number of residents are choosing to light consumer grade fireworks as part of their annual holiday celebrations at home.
The City of East Grand Rapids invites community members to its annual Fourth of July Celebration.