On June 17, the Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts announced that it would be moving from its current location at 2 W. Fulton Street in Grand Rapids to The Fed Galleries at 17 Pearl St. NW.
Coming up with a new menu for the family every single night isn’t easy. Take a break and support local with big meals from nearby restaurants!
It's time for some results! We're announcing the finalists in each category of 2020's Best of the West readers poll.
When COVID hit in March, before the Stay at Home order was even in place, one of the very first events to be cancelled was Festival of the Arts.
As the months carry on, we’re going to be seeing a lot of change in West Michigan. It’s not going to be easy, but we’re going to make the most of it.
As we all know, one of the most “essential” parts of life is food, and it’s not always easy to get when you’re out of a job, or working overtime at a hospital, or unable to visit a grocery store.
When a festival that only takes place every two years was scheduled to begin at the peak of a pandemic, you don’t just throw it all away.
More than ever, we could use a drink. While you can’t gather with friends at bars and breweries, there are plenty of places to get alcohol for your home, and they’ve been determined “essential” for a reason.
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