Get ready for a one-of-a-kind bike tour with She Rides Her Own Way and the Greater Grand Rapids Women’s History Council.
If you haven’t had a picnic yet this summer, you’re doing summer wrong! We’ll give you a hand and show you the best picnic locations in and around Grand Rapids to make sure you’re taking advantage of summer and this timeless tradition.
After five years of serving the community as Parliament the Boutique, the locally focused boutique shop at 136 S. Division Ave. rebranded as Gemini Handmade in June.
Heritage Theatre Group doesn’t usually offer musicals as part of their season roster of classic plays, but that didn’t hinder director Krista Pennington’s ability to successfully fill the roles of Stephen Sondheim’s musical “Assassins,” with book by John Weidman.
Picnics have always been a crowd pleaser for adults and children alike, and Michigan summers are too great to be spent laboring in the kitchen. So take it easy, get outside, and let these local vendors help you make the most of your experience.
Twenty-five Grand Rapids area breweries partner with homebrewers for second annual Beer City Pro-Am, hosted by the Beer City Brewer’s Guild.
August 10 is National Lazy Day, and we’ve collected some the “laziest” activities for you to enjoy during this annual holiday in Grand Rapids!
When you’re in the mood to treat yourself this summer, there’s only one solution—ice cream.
Grand Rapids has an eclectic weekend ahead. Enjoy an Alice in Wonderland themed lawn party, take in some Shakespearean fun, listen to two terrific Grand Rapids-based bands and eat, eat, eat with Restaurant Week.
Mark Washington, Grand Rapids’ next city manager, is a busy man.