GRAND RAPIDS — Several hundred Lakeshore Middle School students experienced ArtPrize in Grand Rapids on Thursday.
Grand Haven ArtWalk kicked off Wednesday, and several special events associated with it happen this weekend.
Aaron Dworkin, dean of the U-M School of Music, Theatre & Dance, will speak and perform at Grand Haven High School on Thursday, Oct. 6.
The art is on display, the yellow cones are out and the ballots are ready for votes as ArtWalk 2016 is officially underway.
Wallace Ewing tells us about his new book, “Footprints — Stories of Native Americans in West Central Michigan.”
Hundreds of people — and good weather — showed up over the weekend for the 13th annual Grand Haven Salmon Festival.
Something fishy is being celebrated this weekend in Grand Haven. It’s time for the annual salute to salmon!
ArtWalk rolls into Grand Haven next week, and with it comes the return of one of its unique events — the ArtBike Parade.
The traditional summer event season might be over, but there’s still plenty of fun left in the tank in Grand Haven this weekend. The Grand Haven Convention & Visitors Bureau hosts the Grand Haven Salmon Festival.
More than 100 live mannequins will return to the window displays of about 30 downtown Holland stores this Friday.
Bret Michaels opened up the Allegan County Fair with what promised to be a banging rock show before the fairground’s grandstands on Friday night.
Blue skies and sunshine greeted a few hundred spectators at the fourth Courtyard Concert held Sunday in the parking lot outside Seven Steps Up concert venue.
The West Michigan Spartans announced the second annual Chef Prize event will take place Sunday at the Hampton Green Farm in Fruitport.
Grand Haven officials unveiled their Mitten Tree during Tuesday night’s City Council meeting.
A free smooth jazz concert at Grand Haven’s Waterfront Stadium scheduled for tonight has been postponed until next month.