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Over the past year, local restaurants have become accustomed to making changes on the fly in response to the state’s orders in regards to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Four Grand Haven residents have built long-lasting friendships playing a game most often associated with youthful players.

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HOLLAND — In light of recent orders from the state health department allowing larger indoor and outdoor gatherings, Tulip Time has announced several events that were previously on hold are now on tap for this year, including the carnival and the Dutch Marketplace.

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Local radio personality Jesse Bruce was awarded a pair of “Best of Category” awards at the Michigan Association of Broadcasters’ annual Broadcast Excellence Awards.

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Right now is a good time to be a sports gambler in Michigan, according to PlayMichigan gaming analyst Matt Schoch.

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MUSKEGON — Known as America’s foremost Latin Jazz ensemble, the Mambo Kings will take center stage at the Frauenthal in collaboration with Scott Speck and the West Michigan Symphony. The virtual concert premiere will take place at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 19.

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LANSING — State Rep. Jim Lilly, R-Park Township, recently hosted children’s book author and illustrator Aaron Zenz of Spring Lake at the Michigan Capitol in recognizing “March is Reading Month.”

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MUSKEGON — Dr. Nicole L. Woods, an assistant professor at the University of Notre Dame, will re-examine Fluxus artist Alison Knowles’s digital poem and environments, “The House of Dust,” on Wednesday, March 24, as part of Muskegon Community College’s Lecture Series.

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LANSING — Michigan restaurants on Wednesday proposed tying indoor capacity limits to the percentage of COVID-19 tests that come back positive, contending that clear guideposts would help the hospitality industry navigate the pandemic.

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We’re far from New Orleans’ French Quarter, but plenty of people around the Tri-Cities celebrated Fat Tuesday by indulging in the traditional treat of the day – paczki.

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Grand Haven native Riley Warmoth knew coming back home to some of the most magnificent views in the state would be a perfect fit to create his first featured film.

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One of the last movies the Koestner family watched before leaving Grand Haven was “The Hobbit.”

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For a few hours each week, Kevin Benedicto inhabits an otherworldly realm: Icewind Dale, a perilous land of tundra and frost, wizards and orcs, white dragons and crag cats. His domain is the universe of Dungeons & Dragons, the addictive tabletop role-playing game that made its debut more…

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Put your creative skills to the test by creating a snowman using any materials – just not snow – in Grand Haven’s first Snowmen on Main Street competition.

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Family Video, the Chicago-based video rental chain that outlasted Blockbuster, VHS tapes and the “be kind rewind” mantra, is closing its stores and calling it quits after 42 years.

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The Armory Art Center, which has been operating for five years out of the Armory Building in Grand Haven, is adding a second location called the Armory Art Center Studio 2.

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Mike Smith, executive director of the Grand Haven Coast Guard Festival, said he’s eagerly looking forward to the 2021 event, which is scheduled to take place July 30 through Aug. 8.

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Local Coast Guard personnel received a holiday surprise last week, thanks to the Grand Haven Coast Guard Festival staff.

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NEW YORK (AP) — In the most seismic shift by a Hollywood studio yet during the pandemic, Warner Bros. Pictures on Thursday announced that all of its 2021 film slate — including a new "Matrix" movie, "Godzilla vs. Kong" and the Lin-Manuel Miranda adaptation "In the Heights" — will stream on H…

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Sorry, amateur cardboard sled artisans, but Grand Haven’s premier snow-season entertainment, Winterfest, is the latest in a long string of delays, cancellations and postponements caused by COVID-19.

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Santa and Mrs. Claus cruised through the Tri-Cities in a bright-blue convertible Saturday evening, waving to crowds of people who lined the route.

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A book on “Prohibition in Southwestern Michigan” written by Grand Haven residents Norma Lewis and Christine Nyholm is now available from Arcadia Publishing.

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At Lake Effect Kitchen – a meal prep and catering business near the corner of Fulton Avenue and Beechtree Street – the kitchen is where the love starts, but not where it ends.