Leo and Courtney Lampinen watched their twin sons, Jason and Jackson, 4, as they eagerly watched a clown make them balloon animals.
Take a drive around West Michigan and it’s clear to see that Michigan is home to plenty of craft breweries.
SPRING LAKE VILLAGE — The annual St. Mary’s Festival took place on Saturday, bringing families, food and music together for a day of fun.
The sizzle of a juicy burger and a thick steak on a hot grill can be music to our ears, but, if not cooked correctly, it can mean intestinal trouble or much worse.
The mouth-watering aroma of meat slow-cooking over wood smoke permeated downtown Grand Haven on Friday and Saturday for the 13th annual Rib Fest, hosted by the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
Grand Haven High School students descended on the Grand Haven Community Center Saturday evening for “A Walk in the Woods, An Enchanted Prom.”
Fourteen teams simmered their way through the 25th annual Chilly Blues chili cook-off Saturday, but when the pots were empty, S&M Chili took first place for the second year in a row.
The festival runs from Friday through Sunday, featuring a mix of the area’s best blues bands and a chili cooking contest.
The rise in popularity of craft breweries has led to another emerging business — pedal-powered craft beer tours. And they may soon be seen in Grand Haven.
Citra IPA from Grand Armory Brewing wins inaugural March Madness Beer Bracket.
SPRING LAKE — Old Boys Brewhouse and Anything Goes Catering were champions at the annual Grub and Brew Fest on Saturday.
The final two beers have been selected by your votes, and now it’s time to choose a champion.
A husband-wife team who worked at the Heartstone Bistro in Muskegon for years are opening their own restaurant in Grand Haven this spring.
The Tribune’s March Madness Beer Bracket is down to the Final Four.
The Tribune’s March Madness Beer Bracket is down to its Elite Eight.