Recent graduate Kendal Browne wants to be where the action is.
Michael Catching will help increase museum’s outreach within the community.
Healing Connection helps identify trauma and provides resources to heal.
Deb Kalsbeek created a platform to help Grand Rapids women entrepreneurs; now she’s going national.
“Ecliptic” at Rosa Parks Circle is getting a $2 million restoration that will increase the lifespan of the materials used in the art installation.
Hanna Schulze champions small businesses at Local First.
Lady Ace Boogie looks inward with newest album.
Battle Brothers Shaving Co. is bringing back the ‘old school razor.’
Jocelyn Barnes grew to love Grand Rapids through open mic nights.
These working moms turned crafting night into a business.
Nate Gillespie created the Coronavirus Civilian Corps to address current instability.
Meals on Wheels volunteer has spent over two decades helping.
Everyone has a story worth sharing.
Trevor Straub founded MI Drag Brunch.
Disney couple wants to get people talking again.
Artist Erick Picardo uses vibrant colors, hopeful imagery in his murals.
City Commissioner Milinda Ysasi was sworn in on Dec. 17.
Teaching 'less shame and more wonder'
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.
Whether you are traveling by car or plane over the holidays, chances are the trip will test your patience. GR|MAG reached out to AAA Michigan and the Gerald R. Ford International Airport for suggestions on how to keep your cool during holiday travel.
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