New Holland Brewing releases foeder-aged ale

New Holland Brewing Company unveiled the next member of the Dragon's Milk family, Dragon’s Milk Solera, a foeder-aged ale brewed to emphasizes the passage of time.

The ‘Year of the Nurse’

Nurses face shortages, burnout and a shift in the health care model.

Say cheese: West Michigan Tourist Association announces 2020 photo contest

The West Michigan Tourist Association announced the launch of its 2020 West Michigan Photo Contest with prizes available for different categories.

Ashley HomeStore opening second West Michigan store

Ashley HomeStore recently opened a new store in Kalamazoo.

Grand Rapids among better-run cities in U.S.

With local governments’ leadership abilities being tested by COVID-19, Grand Rapids came out among the better-run cities in the country, according to a study.

Grand Rapids Magazine introduces its first Excellence in Nursing finalists and winners

Grand Rapids is widely acclaimed for its medical community — the doctors and researchers doing groundbreaking work right here in our city — and we wanted to make sure the city also is known for the quality of its nurses.

Coalition creates Michigan Restaurant Promise to protect public health

A group of Michigan restaurant and bar owners signed a commitment to ensure the health and safety of employees, customers and the community.

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services hosts online summer camp

This year, Kenny’s Kids Kamp Kurious will take the shape of virtual adventures to several Grand Rapids locations, including John Ball Zoo, Blandford Nature Center, HOPE Gardens and the Grand Rapids Children’s Museum.

Gilda’s Club event returns as virtual day camp

The 15th annual Camp Sparkle at Gilda’s Club Grand Rapids will take place virtually through Zoom on Tuesdays and Thursdays from July 7-21.

Feeding homebound seniors

Meals on Wheels volunteer has spent over two decades helping.

Grand Rapids theater closes its curtains

Dog Story Theater will not reopen its doors due to the impact of COVID-19.

UICA moving to Kendall campus next year

The Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts will relocate to the Woodbridge Ferris Building on the campus of Kendall College of Art and Design of Ferris State University in spring 2021.

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New Holland Brewing releases foeder-aged ale

New Holland Brewing Company unveiled the next member of the Dragon's Milk family, Dragon’s Milk Solera, a foeder-aged ale brewed to emphasizes the passage of time.

Coalition creates Michigan Restaurant Promise to protect public health

A group of Michigan restaurant and bar owners signed a commitment to ensure the health and safety of employees, customers and the community.

Restaurant Week sets dates, adds digital coupon program

Experience Grand Rapids is taking Restaurant Week to a new level to incentivize the community in supporting recovering local food businesses.

34 Grand Rapids-area Black-owned food establishments you can support

If you’re looking for a way to celebrate and support Black-owned food establishments in Grand Rapids, we have some great resources for you.

The ‘Year of the Nurse’

Nurses face shortages, burnout and a shift in the health care model.

Say cheese: West Michigan Tourist Association announces 2020 photo contest

The West Michigan Tourist Association announced the launch of its 2020 West Michigan Photo Contest with prizes available for different categories.

Ashley HomeStore opening second West Michigan store

Ashley HomeStore recently opened a new store in Kalamazoo.

Grand Rapids among better-run cities in U.S.

With local governments’ leadership abilities being tested by COVID-19, Grand Rapids came out among the better-run cities in the country, according to a study.

Kent County Animal Shelter offers tips to help pets cope with fireworks

The Kent County Animal Shelter is advising pet owners to take precautions in the days leading up to the Fourth of July, as fireworks may disrupt the behavior of animals.

Halotherapy lounge opening in Kentwood

Self-care seekers can relax in a pink Himalayan salt therapy lounge in Kentwood.

Artists respond to social injustice through projects downtown

Amid the protests, cries for social justice and a need for education, businesses and artists have shown their support for Black Lives Matter through murals and paintings in downtown Grand Rapids.

Lockdown inspires healthy life choices among Michiganders

According to a study by Rehabs.com, over half of Michiganders (54%) say lockdown has inspired them to make healthier lifestyle choices, such as quitting smoking, exercising more and drinking less alcohol.

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services hosts online summer camp

This year, Kenny’s Kids Kamp Kurious will take the shape of virtual adventures to several Grand Rapids locations, including John Ball Zoo, Blandford Nature Center, HOPE Gardens and the Grand Rapids Children’s Museum.

Grand Rapids theater closes its curtains

Dog Story Theater will not reopen its doors due to the impact of COVID-19.

Former WOOD TV 8 employee launches streaming package service

A former WOOD TV 8 employee recently launched a service to help cut the cable cord during times of social distancing.

Minor League Baseball cancels West Michigan Whitecaps’ 2020 season

Minor League Baseball announced Tuesday that the West Michigan Whitecaps’ 2020 season was canceled.

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