Go Java Gets Going E-mail
Coffee lovers in the Heartside neighborhood will no longer have to walk as far for their daily fix, now that Go Java has opened on Ionia Ave. The coffee shop takes over the former Hava Java Deli location next to Bar Divani and will focus on a traditional line of coffees and espressos.

Yesterdog Documentary Captures Institution's Nostalgia E-mail
Bill Lewis is a modest man. He’s a regular guy. The kind of guy you might see at the gas station buying a morning coffee and doughnut. He looks like somebody’s uncle. Among the various Eastown boutiques, coffee shops, and book stores, Bill sells…hot dogs. As you may have guessed by now, Bill owns Yesterdog (everyone been there? Good) in the eclectic neighborhood on GR's southeast side.

On the subject of this unassuming Grand Rapids institution is a new documentary entitled “The Yesterdog Documentary”.

Ring in 2008 New Year's Eve Guide E-mail

*Ring in 2011 New Year's Eve Guide*

Ring in 2008 in style at dozens of locations around Grand Rapids including traditional favorites like The B.O.B., the Amway Grand and the Children's Museum, or celebrate at new additions Moxie, River City Slims, Naya and the J.W. Marriott. View the guide featuring NYE information about dozens of locations.

Ring in 2008 New Year's Eve Guide
Biggest Bar Night of the Year Guide E-mail
The biggest bar night of the year takes place Wednesday, November 21. Check out our list of special events, live music and drink specials at dozens of bars from around Grand Rapids including Moxie, McFadden's, The B.O.B., Bar Louie and more.

2007 Thanksgiving Eve Bar Guide

The Dazzling Supremes E-mail
View more than 50 elaborate and dazzling gowns worn by The Supremes during the apex of their popularity when The Grand Rapids Public Museum unveils its newest exhibit November 4.

As part of the traveling exhibition from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, The Supremes Reflections: The Mary Wilson Supreme Legacy Collection will look at the history of one of America's best known Motown groups in the context of 1960's Detroit and the Civil Rights movement.

2007 GRNow Halloween & Fall Guide E-mail
Check out this year's guide that features local haunted attractions like The Haunt and Forest of Fear, cider mills including Robinette's and Klackle, plus hayrides, corn mazes, family events, trick-or-treat times, costume parties, live entertainment and more.

Fall, Halloween & Haunted House Guide

Meijer Gardens to Install Colossal Calder E-mail
"Calder City" will continue to live up to its moniker October 19 when Frederik Meijer Gardens installs a colossal sculpture by the artist in the Cultural Commons area of its grounds.

Two Disks, a 25-foot high black painted steel and bolt work created in 1965 by Calder, will be on long term loan from the Smithsonian Institution’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington DC. The piece has been on display in front of the museum since 1974 and has never been previously loaned.

Oktoberfest Returns to Grand Rapids E-mail
The celebration of German food and heritage returns to Grand Rapids October 12 and 13 when Oktoberfest opens at John Ball Park. Kicking off at noon on Friday, the festival will have authentic German food from Erika's Delicatessen, nine varieties of German beer, oom-pah and polka bands, kids activities and keg-tossing contests.

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