The origins of Wayland’s Big Dudee Roo read like something you might hear in a folk song. Years ago, in a small town on the banks of the Rabbit River in Allegan County, three string-pluckin’ kids tapped into their love of old-timey tunes with the help of their next door neighbor on skins.
Valentine's Day is just a sad reminder of what you already know. You're single, solo, alone, unattached. Basically a lone ranger in a sea of lovey dovey. But it doesn't have to be that way. Sure, businesses are ready for the influx of couples wanting to outdo each other in the romance category. And then there are some places that give you the perfect opportunity to flaunt your solo status.
If your heart isn’t the only thing throbbing for your lover, explore these lust-worthy rendezvous perfect for the hands-on couple who can’t get enough of each other. Intertwine your limbs, swing those glued-together hips and even discover scintillating new activities behind closed doors.
When you’re in love, you’re so blissed out you could miss work for days or leave the house without pants. You live off that mushy, gushy stuff. When you’ve got big red hearts for eyes, go big or go home (alone) with lovey-dovey stuff that makes onlookers gag.
A Q&A with Angela Steil, Beer Director and House Certified Cicerone at Gravity Taphouse Grille.
The new Head of the Pride Salon (444 Bridge St NW) is relaxed, yet full of passion, like its Westside neighborhood. Owner Sarah Dilley-Couture got her chops working at clip joints around town, namely Cheeky Strut for five years. Now she’s been on her own since June. “I wanted to create an atmosphere that is a huge melting pot, like the neighborhood, she said. “Everyone gets the same luxury experience and the salon feels like home.”
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