You don’t have to have a green thumb to volunteer this month to help plant 120 trees across the city.
Southeast of the heart of downtown sits a 10,000-square-foot facility that many would consider a rock climber’s dream.
Cedar Springs Brewing Company is bringing 30 guests on a guided tour of Bavaria for eight days. The tour will take guests around a variety of popular beer and tourist attractions in the region.
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Pack your bags and head to Camp Newaygo for a Girlfriends Get-A-Way.
The sleek vehicles showcased at Cars & Coffee Grand Rapids (C&CGR) exude a zip-zing panache that unfetters spectators’ imaginations.
While GR|Mag certainly recommends heading north this fall to enjoy the season change in its most brilliant reds, oranges and yellows, if you can’t get away, there are a few local roads that make for a colorful drive.
ArtPrize Best Venue winner five out of the past six years, SiTE:LAB, is clearly an event favorite, so earlier this summer when the non-profit art organization announced it will not be participating in ArtPrize Nine it was a surprise.
While most ArtPrize entries are vying for a portion of the $500,000 in prize money awarded at the end of the competition, an entry from a local company is focused on setting a world record.
Want a say in how you get around downtown? The Rapid has launched an online tool that aims to capture feedback from riders and non-riders.
A local maker of Big Joe brand beanbag chairs is turning Rosa Parks Circle into a napper’s paradise next week.
Downtown Grand Rapids streets, parks and alleyways will be transformed into an urban disc golf course later this month for a one-day-only tournament.
After a successful first year, the Blue Bridge Music Festival is returning for ArtPrize Nine.
Richmond Park will close for the summer after this weekend, but not before throwing a blowout pool party – for canines.
Lot's of individuals and local businesses spent Monday checking out the solar eclipse. Here's some of our favorite Instagram posts from throughout the day.
While partial solar eclipses often occur up to two times per year, Monday’s event offers a once in a lifetime experience for viewers in the United States because a large swath of the country will experience a complete blotting out of the sun by the moon.
It’s been 20 years since Marge Palmerlee first became the executive director of Dégagé Ministries, a nonprofit dedicated to helping homeless and struggling individuals in Grand Rapids get back on their feet.
On Monday, Aug. 21 the moon will block out the sun creating a total solar eclipse in parts of the United States. While Grand Rapids viewers will only see a partial solar eclipse due to the city’s geographic placement, the view is still supposed to be spectacular.
The zoo’s newest (and possibly cutest) resident makes his debut this weekend.
Two city commission seats are up for grabs today.
After closing its doors eight months ago, Elliott’s News announced it will reopen downtown.