Her suit fits just right, she knows everyone in the room, and you can just tell she’s got it going on! You wish you could be her, or simply …
Tiaras, sparkles and pretty princesses take over the ballpark.
The Hispanic Festival takes place on Calder Plaza in downtown Grand Rapids from Friday, August 25 through Sunday, August 27.
Some kids are already back in school, others start over the next few weeks, but there’s still time to get out and enjoy all the fun at Craig…
Thursday night, it’s West Michigan Whitecaps Stand Up To Cancer Kids Run the Ballpark game with Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital.
Frequently, sleep deprivation happens among high school students because of their school work load and school-related activities.
Michele Fife teaches you a yoga pose with major benefits and perfect for summer.
Beauty Expert Latesha Lipscomb tests a fantastic shade called Bu-Red, and shares her thoughts on the product.
Dozens of families joined Maranda and Priority Health for a fun event on August 17.
Explore these amazing food finds and festivals from across West Michigan.
Here’s some ways to make the first day of pre-school go great!
AARP shares why you should embrace your age and breakdown stereotypes.
We can’t talk back to school unless we talk about the biggest trend, and right now that is slime.
Making schedules, creating routines, and staying involved.
Maranda learns how to make slime!
The red panda came to Grand Rapids from the Chattanooga Zoo in Tennessee.
Dr. Daniel McGee from Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital reminds parents that they need to get the influenza vaccine every year.
Standale Interiors breaks down the benefits of replacement windows. Learn the ROI!
A list of outdoor trails around West Michigan.
A West Michigan mom details what it’s REALLY like to get prepped for back to school.
Mel Trotter Ministries shares how you can give back by using your professional skills through volunteering.
Notable jazz performers will hit the stage as well as up-and-coming artists for diverse audiences.
In The Image’s S.H.O.E.S. program is entering its 21st year. S.H.O.E.S. stands for Shoes Help Our Elementary Students.
For the first time in almost 40 years, a total eclipse of the Sun will be visible in the continental United States!
The exhibit is on display at the Grand Rapids Art Museum through August 27.