From competitive yoga to daredevil stunts, there is plenty to do this weekend in Grand Rapids. Check out GR|Mag’s top weekend picks.
Amateur athletes from as far away as Hawaii are descending on Grand Rapids this weekend for the State Games of America, an Olympic-style competition that includes 12,000 competitors in 48 sports across 35 venues.
Before becoming one of the most prominent figures in the Civil Rights Movement, Malcolm X spent several of his formative years in Michigan.
The Accidentals are coming to Grand Rapids on Thursday for the Grand Rapids Art Museum’s GRAM on the Green concert series.
The Humane Society of West Michigan will hold its fifth annual Bark in the Dark run/walk in October and participants can begin registering for the event now.
Downtown Grand Rapids is full of hidden gardens and the Dwelling Place is offering a tour of four of those gardens this week.
Chef Tom Pugh ate his way through Charleston, South Carolina – the heart of low country cuisine – to ensure the authenticity of his newest venture.
Less cold and clinical optician’s office and more fun, social gathering, Honest Eyes optical wants to bring affordability and style to the forefront of the optical industry.
On Wednesday, Aug. 2, Julianne Vanden Wyngaard will climb 112 stairs to perform the last concert of Grand Valley State University’s International Carillon Concert Series for the summer at the Beckering Carillon – Pew Grand Rapids Campus. The series continues, however, on GVSU’s Allendale campus each Sunday through Aug. 20.
Logan’s Alley is hosting its Barking Lot Party today. Customers are invited to bring their dog and enjoy music, games and dog-centric activities.