PEOPLE + PLACES
Women will be gathering next week to support some of the most vulnerable in Grand Rapids.
Several West Michigan retailers are adding a safe space for dogs while their owners shop.
One of Grand Rapids’ most photographed landmarks is undergoing a makeover.
More than 700,000 people visit Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park’s 158-acre park each year to attend concerts, view its indoor and outdoor gardens, sculpture galleries, permanent sculpture collection and use the learning center, café and meeting rooms, among other features.
The DeVos family and Kent County have unveiled a statue honoring the local philanthropist who was a driving force behind creating West Michigan’s largest urban park.
A “fun center” in the area continues to expand its offerings, and the latest takes guests soaring across the park.
The dog days of summer are here, and it’s time for puppy-filled lunch breaks.
A historic building downtown is being transformed into an event space.
A rainbow of colors now covers a street in downtown Grand Rapids.
A West Michigan golf club is back in play.
A city in the region is considered one of the nation’s best lakefront "beach towns."