A local brewery will be in the spotlight this weekend during a special on the Travel Channel.
The idea for E+L Salon was hatched one evening over glasses of red wine by two friends who’d spent years working in salons and wanted to create their own where they could let their creativity thrive.
While you might feel more like burrowing into your growing collection of blankets this weekend to beat the arctic chill, there’s plenty to do in Grand Rapids that will make leaving the house worth it.
Gilda’s LaughFest announced details for its annual FUNderwear Run and Seriously Funny Family Adventure Challenge this morning.
A downtown museum is extending its hours to better accommodate guests.
From theatre assistants to co-founders of their own production company, Teresa Thome and Patrick Ziegler have been friends and colleagues ever since they first met at Spectrum Theatre while attending Grand Rapids Community College, then Junior College.
“Butcher’s Union is a place where you can get a square meal and a stiff drink at an affordable price.”
Start realistic, start safe, but just start: Q and A with Ronnie Frelix, fitness manager at the Grand Rapids Salvation Army Kroc Center, 2500 Division Ave. S.
Calvin College’s annual January Series kicks off this week with a lecture by Rev. Mary Hulst, Ph.D., on “Why Millennials Are the Hope of the Church.”
LowellArts introduces a new concert series beginning in January that combines music and art.