A local boy headlines this weekend’s music offerings.
The January post-holiday doldrums are here, but that’s no excuse to become a hermit!
The New Year’s four-day-plus weekend starts Friday night. There are plenty of restaurants, hotels and brew pubs offering New Year’s Eve celebrations. Here are a few different ideas to usher in 2019.
There is no doubt the holiday season is here. The Christmas-related fun and shopping events will fill your weekend.
Have you heard the one about the girl who didn't care about Christmas but found herself in a small town for the holidays surrounded by decorations, cookies and carolers, and found a new boyfriend and her Christmas spirit by Dec. 25?
I hope the weather forecast is wrong for Saturday. Please don’t rain on our parade!
The concerts are to raise funds for the efforts of The Salvation Army in the Tri-Cities area.
Had enough family, food and football? Check out what there is to do around here this weekend.
The second of a yearlong series of concerts and events will be presented Sunday, Nov. 18, at Second Reformed Church in Zeeland.
The holiday season kicks off with downtown Grand Haven’s Light Night on Friday, which includes the opening of the Winter Market at the Depot.
It’s an arts and crafts weekend in Grand Haven, with free admission to three shows.
This is the weekend we gain an hour, so celebrate by taking in a local show.
A variety of things to do this weekend, so you have a great excuse to keep the rakes in the shed until next week.
The Salvation Army in Grand Haven will host a special time of inspirational music with Colin Dexter at 11 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 28.
Halloween is still more than a week away, but our local museum can’t wait. Its Haunted Museum event is a must see!