According to the Michigan Ag Council, Michigan is the third largest Christmas tree industry in the nation, harvesting approximately three million Christmas trees each year. So it’s no surprise that the Grand Rapids area has plenty of places to cut or buy your own fresh tree.
It’s time to go swimming in the city.
A stationery and gift shop is coming to downtown.
Are you considering stepping up your game this Valentine’s Day? Let us help you — or someone you know.
A block party in town this weekend will feature local music, art and food vendors.
A historic building downtown is being transformed into an event space.
GR|MAG had the opportunity to talk with Jenny Kinne, the new owner of Books & Mortar, about her transition from employee to owner as well as her goals for the store, thoughts on the uniqueness of independent bookstores and some of her favorite reads.
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Members of the military traveling through the Gerald R. Ford International Airport (GFIA) can now enjoy a lounge just for them and their families.
A few years ago, Jim Torrey started reaching out to new breweries in Grand Rapids offering his woodworking services. “I started cold-calling them on Facebook and asking to make their cheeseboards and beer flights.”
Three West Michigan locations were named among 16 “incredibly romantic getaways” in the Midwest.
The $160 million project includes multiple restaurants, yoga studio.
Aberdeen Park is the latest in a series of Grand Rapids parks to reopen following renovations.
A “fun center” in the area continues to expand its offerings, and the latest takes guests soaring across the park.
West Michigan residents now have another option for home broadband.
The owner of Grand Rapids retail store The Paper Studio is embarking on a second endeavor. Abby Fowler, Paper Studio owner, opens Pulp & Stem on Tuesday, May 1 in the Downtown Market.
We all know Michigan has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, but USA Today wants to know which Michigan beach is the best of the best.
Selina Parks remembers her first steps into a Grand Rapids homeless shelter in vivid detail.
The sleek vehicles showcased at Cars & Coffee Grand Rapids (C&CGR) exude a zip-zing panache that unfetters spectators’ imaginations.
There’s a new Pilates studio at a major shopping center in town.