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West Michigan Whitecaps

West Michigan Whitecaps

Celebrating their 24th season, the Detroit Tigers-affiliated farm club, the West Michigan Whitecaps, play right here in Grand Rapids at Fifth Third Park. Join us as we remember the good times and recount the history of our beloved West Michigan Whitecaps. Based on a long dream of bringing minor league baseball back to Grand Rapids […]

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Best Coffee in Grand Rapids

Best Coffee in Grand Rapids

Want to know where to find the best coffee in Grand Rapids? When the weather gets cold and the skies get gray, there is no better place to go than a warm, inviting coffee shop for a shot of caffeine. Grand Rapids has some superb, independently-run coffee shops that will serve you up a fantastic […]

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ArtPrize

Are you an up-and-coming amateur artist and need a venue to show the world your talent? Maybe you are planning a visit to Grand Rapids and are wondering what the best time to visit would be? Look no further than visiting Grand Rapids during ArtPrize. Taking place in September and October since 2009, this non-traditional […]

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20 Monroe Live

20 Monroe Live

Grand Rapids’ newest music venue is something to behold. Featuring stunning Art Deco-style architecture and a top-of-the-line sound system, 20 Monroe Live is sure to provide a unique and intimate experience while viewing your favorite musical act. Take a seat and listen up to what we have to share about Grand Rapids’ newest performance venue. […]

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Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital

Part of living is such a great city like Grand Rapids has to do with great hospitals with great reputations. The Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital is one of the best around! Offering more than 40 uniques pediatric specialties, Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital is one of the leading children’s hospitals in the United States. Operated by […]

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Meyer May House

Step back into time with us to one of world-renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie-style masterpieces, the Meyer May House. One of Grand Rapids’ cultural treasures, this house from 1908 was meticulously restored to its original condition with generous funds from the Steelcase Corporation. Join us as we share our favorite things about the Meyer […]

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Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park

Whether you want to see the largest replica of Leonardo da Vinci’s horse, spend some time in an arid, desert environment in January, experience the peace and tranquility of a Japanese Garden or see a top-rated musical act in beautiful surroundings, Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park is a must-visit attraction for all ages. Join […]

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John Ball Zoo in Grand Rapids

Monkeys, lemurs, polar bears, oh my! Located on the West Side of Grand Rapids, the John Ball Zoo spans 140 acres. The zoo is a West Michigan landmark, and has been around for over 125 years. There is truly something for children, teens, adults and seniors at the zoo. Join us as we take you […]

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Gerald R. Ford Museum in Grand Rapids

Want to take a step back in time and visit the Oval Office as it was 40 years ago? Located in downtown Grand Rapids, the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum is the official museum and final resting place of our 38th President of the United States. Join us as we take you on an inside […]

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Best Lakes Around Grand Rapids

Need to beat the heat of summer, but don’t want to make the drive Up North or to Lake Michigan? Need to relieve your mind and relax by the water? Never fear, for Grand Rapids is blessed with several inland lakes nearby that offer access to the general public. Join us as we hit the […]

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