In a matter of a few short weeks, the wedding industry changed with the arrival of the new coronavirus.
Your guide to an environmentally conscious weekend in Grand Rapids.
Discover the perfect gift at one of these new shops.
This February, gather your closest friends/gal pals and hit the town.
The best time to enjoy a wintry weekend in Grand Rapids is right after a fresh snowfall.
A city in the region is considered one of the nation’s best lakefront "beach towns."
Three West Michigan locations were named among 16 “incredibly romantic getaways” in the Midwest.
We’ve put together an itinerary for a weekend getaway in Grand Rapids — or a staycation if you want to experience your city like a tourist.
Are you considering stepping up your game this Valentine’s Day? Let us help you — or someone you know.
There's something for everyone at the Muskegon Winter Sports Complex. With plenty of activities to try and exciting events going on, the facility is a go-to spot for outdoor fun in the winter months.
A handful of West Michigan communities are considered some of the state’s "best" for families.
“Who doesn’t love a vacation?” exclaimed Eric Sattler as he described his reasoning behind co-opening Grand Rapids’ newest travel agency—the Expedia CruiseShipCenter.
Local favorites, hidden gems and must-see destinations in each of the city’s neighborhoods.
With only about half a year of warmer outdoor weather, we Grand Rapidians have to take advantage of every nice day and soak up the sunny rays. What better way to enjoy Pure Michigan summer than kayaking down the Grand River or peddling along your favorite bike trail?
Chances are your summer calendar is filling up fast. But just in case, we wanted to give you a list of fun activities you can enjoy this summer in and around Grand Rapids. Enjoy our suggestions and share some of your own in the comments.
High atop a sand dune at P.J. Hoffmaster State Park, looking out over Lake Michigan and the park’s campground beach, a memorial bench beckons campers, hikers and beachgoers to sit and take it all in.
It’s summer, which means finding ways to get the kids out of the house before they drive you crazy (is it September yet?!) A productive way to keep them busy and engaged during their summer vacation is camp.
Spring has finally arrived! To commemorate the start of the season, turn off your electronics and head outside to the great outdoors. Parks are a free and fun option for anyone wanting to take advantage of the beautiful, warm weather.
A unique way to spend your vacation (or a weekend) is as a tourist in your own town. Treat it like a real vacation: unplug from email and try visiting places you’ve never been. And, for the ultimate vacation, check-in to a hotel in town. Plus, you’ll be able to try out a cozy spot to put up the in-laws when they come to town.
If you have friends coming for a visit or colleagues from out of state in town for the week, there’s a visitor’s guide available to help them see all that Grand Rapids has to offer.
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