Enjoy a hands-on activity this weekend or sit back and let others entertain you. Either way, our arts & culture hubs have something to entice everyone.
The first thing you see when you enter Littlebird is the bar.
The local band hi-ker is a self-producing, experimental indie and collage pop trio.
Promising to warm your belly during the cold days ahead, a downtown restaurant is launching a whiskey league.
Jack White’s tour bus will pull into Grand Rapids later this year.
Grab your sexy black stilettos, put on your favorite dangly earrings, or get dolled up with a dramatic cat eye. Eat More Cake, the successor to Let Them Eat Cake and a body positivity experience designed to make women feel empowered, will be making a second appearance in Grand Rapids on Jan. 18 at Mod Bettie Portraits.
A family-owned winery in Traverse City is just waiting on the final stamp from the State of Michigan to open its new tasting lounge, kitchen and retail space in downtown Grand Rapids.
While it’s just halfway through January, you may already be struggling to keep your resolutions for 2018. Teri Burgess-Brown, senior health and wellness director for the Mary Free Bed YMCA, said only 8 percent of people stick with their fitness resolutions. But don’t be discouraged. There are some things you can do to increase your odds of creating a lasting lifestyle change in 2018.
Political fatigue may be setting in around the country as many tire of polarized conversations that seem to go nowhere but down. Social media allows people to be more ‘involved’ in politics than ever before, but without true access to the long-term, behind-the-scenes political processes most just get to argue about the remote tips of the icebergs, the end results that are simplified in message for public platforms.
Fifth graders across the state are being encouraged to read “One Crazy Summer” by Rita Williams-Garcia in 2018.