Several concerts and a spooky Victorian Era museum highlight this week’s doings.
Thirty artists will showcase their talents while benefiting the local community during an event set for this coming Saturday, Oct. 22.
A new “Star Wars” movie is coming out this December – “Rogue One.”
Halloween is more than two weeks away, but the zombies will be out this weekend.
Here are the Grand Haven Tribune staff's Picks of the Weeks
Grand Haven High School students capped off their week-long Homecoming celebration with Saturday's dance.
The top winners of ArtPrize 8 are “Wounded Warrior Dogs” and “The Bureau of Personal Belonging.” Both take home $200,000.
The ArtWalk youth artist winners were announced Tuesday evening at Loutit District Library, where the works remain on display.
Roughly two weeks of artistic competition came to a head Thursday night when winners of the 2016 Grand Haven ArtWalk were announced.
Art, jazz, ghosts and beer are on tap for us this fall weekend.
Grand Haven ArtWalk organizers are getting ready to close the curtain on the 2016 event.
A Ferrysburg family’s “Rock Around” entry is one of the top 20 finalists in this year’s ArtPrize competition.
Chase Wilder, 19, will be the youngest person ever to be featured on “Forged in Fire” when he appears on the History Channel show tonight. The show airs at 9 p.m.
The Central Park Players well celebrate their 2016-17 season with the musical production of Roald Dahl’s “Willy Wonka.”
Spring Lake High School celebrated Homecoming this weekend. After the Lakers' football game kicked off the celebration with its first win of the season, students had the chance to continue the fun with Saturday's dance.