On Monday, in partnership with the Grand Rapids Children’s Museum (GRCM), the Grand Rapids Ballet will present a low-sensory dance performance geared towards children with autism.
When Marie Catrib’s announced changes to its winter hours of operation last fall – closing at 4 p.m. instead of 8 p.m. – the response was mixed, with some patrons disappointed they’d no longer be able to stop in for dinner and others congratulating the restaurant on the decision.
You can start daydreaming about enjoying summer picnics against the backdrop of a lively soundtrack now. The Grand Rapids Symphony announced its Picnic Pops summer concert series lineup.
We hope the luck of the Irish is with you this weekend! Whether you are looking to celebrate with a mug of green beer or not, we’ve got you covered.
Beer Month is coming to an end this week, but not without one last hurrah.
This summer when you head out the door with a cooler filled with beer, don’t forget a few gin and tonics.
March 14 is known as Pi Day, which celebrates all things 3.14. To us, it sounds a lot more like PIE day, since math just confuses us – and makes us hungry.
A new sport that combines bowling, football and horseshoes has come to Grand Rapids.
He’s on weekdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. He sits in the booth, laughing with and teasing callers as they eagerly await the news that they’ve won something. Sometimes he chats with movers and shakers about local activities and happenings in the city, keeping the community in the know.
Believe it or not, there is more to celebrate in Grand Rapids on St. Patrick’s Day than Irish on Ionia. Yes, most are boozy events — and yes, most are decked in the green. However, if you’re looking to avoid the craziness that is Ionia, then we have a few alternatives to help you celebrate all things Irish.