West Michigan Center for Arts + Technology (WMCAT) students got their first chance to view the organization’s new home this past week.
Self-care is all the rage currently and now there is a new way for Grand Rapidians to treat themselves.
Aliya Hall, 16, and Maeve Willbourn, 17, were among 100 students selected from around the world to go to the inaugural International Congress of Youth Voices in San Francisco.
The hectic start of the back to school season no doubt has you dreaming about a tranquil escape. How can summer vacation have passed so quickly? We hear you! The good news, you don’t have to wait until next summer to plan your next getaway or to experience fantastic Michigan weather.
If you love HopCat’s Crack Fries (and let’s be honest, who doesn’t) this is your weekend. The local brewery’s newest location is opening at Knapp’s Corner with a big celebration. Feeling altruistic this weekend, join Grand Rapids Mayor Rosalynn Bliss on Saturday for the annual Grand River Clean Up.
A furniture showroom and interior design firm has moved into the former MoDiv space and it is quickly gaining attention from interested passersby.
You’re not selfish to wish that instead of traveling all over town to your favorite boutiques, they collectively came to you.
Does your teen need help finding a job, dealing with money or looking for college scholarships? Don’t worry, the library has you covered. The Grand Rapids Public Library is offering a three-part learning series for your teen to get the answers they need for life.
Blon and Yang Hang, brothers and owners of local Thai food favorite Rak Thai, will be opening a second restaurant, Juju Bird, in the Downtown Market.
Months and months of training have prepared local athletes for the upcoming event: Rhoades McKee Reeds Lake Triathlon.