We all remember the carefree feeling from time spent on a trampoline. Sky Zone takes that feeling and multiplies it by at least a billion. This indoor trampoline park is your childhood on speed with seemingly endless trampolines on the floor and even the walls so you can literally bounce off the walls.
Love makes the world go 'round. One look at Facebook, and you see where that love is going and how it's mutating. Take a look at the following classifications and find out where you land for ideas on what to wear and where to go to celebrate that big thing called love.
Races may seem more appealing when you're running with the sun hot on your face along scenic routes where the trees are in full bloom, but with the right gear you can glide through the snow and stay active year round.
The North American Snow Festival in Cadillac kicks off with a chili cook-off, leading into Friday's events, which include a fun run, speed fishing and a Texas hold 'em tournament.
Time may have given us the iPhone 5, GPS and blankets with sleeves, but it has yet to improve on the indelible combination of a thin piece of cheap plastic and a steep, snowy slope.
After all the countless hours spent inside complaining about the cold, it's time to man up and face it head on. Ice-cold temperatures and snow piles are good for sculptures, sports, sledding and gathering.
There's nothing like a juicy roast, and that's just what attendees will get at the start of Anthony Bourdain and Eric Ripert's "Good vs. Evil" tour. As two of the most respected voices on all topics culinary, Bourdain and Ripert developed this tour to not only poke fun at each other's differing views, but to highlight current trends of the industry such as sustainability and health.
While watching fireworks this Fourth of July, chances are bystanders in Grand Rapids will look toward the Grand River throughout the day and wish for a little cooling off. With a little patience, that can come true at the 2011 Global Invitational Water Ski Championship.
Muskegon is a city that works hard and plays hard. While some of the businesses have moved away, others thrive at the hands of entrepreneurs and idealists who keep the city lively. Grab your best pair of jeans and a t-shirt and you can hang out with violinists, painters, bikers, activists, industrialists and paupers all under the Taj Mahal of the lakeshore: the beer tent.
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