Going Local: Daniele’s Pizza, the D-Burger Edition

Going Local visited Daniele’s Pizzeria three months ago, but we didn’t have a chance to try their D-Burger. This week, that dream was finally made a reality.

By:Mike DeWitt and Joanne Bailey-Boorsma

Metro Health offers free screenings for hunters before they head into the woods

As West Michigan hunters head back to the woods, Metro Health Hospital will host a free Hunters Screening on Saturday, Oct. 22. “Hunting is more than just sitting in a tree stand. It’s important to check up on your health before heading after that buck,” Dr. Matthew Sevensma.

By:Ellen Bristol

The Weekend Edition: Things to do Oct. 20 – 23

Lots happening this week from Kentwood’s Fall Festival to the opening of Dutch designer Iris van Herpen exhibit at the Grand Rapids Art Museum.

By:Joanne Bailey-Boorsma

Grand Rapids Comic Con launches as nation celebrates Wonder Woman

As the nation celebrates Wonder Woman Day Friday, Oct. 21, expect to see lots of “Wonder Womans” as the Grand Rapids Comic Con kicks off the same day running through the weekend at DeVos Place.

By:Katelyn Kohane

October 21, 2016

The LowellArts Players presents ‘The Mousetrap’ by Agatha Christie

The murderer’s identity is divulged near the end of the play in an unusual twist ending.

By:Janet Teunis

October 20, 2016

Despite change in ownership, it is business as usual at The Golf Course at Thornapple Pointe

There will be no changes made to staffing, outings, leagues, events, pricing and general operations at The Golf Course at Thornapple Pointe, according to Watermark Properties which will take over the course in January.

By:Joanne Bailey-Boorsma

October 20, 2016

Positively Positano, Amalfi Coast

Positano is positively beautiful, with colorful buildings spilling down the steep hillside to the sea.

By:Lynn Strough

October 19, 2016

‘I want to be capable to speak’

For two hours twice a week, Esperanza Mercado attends classes held by the Literacy Center of West Michigan to improve her English-speaking and reading skills. “I want to help my kids with their homework, attend meetings with no helper interpreting,” she explained. “I want to be capable to speak without someone else to help me.”

By:Erin Albanese

October 19, 2016

‘Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion’ exhibit at GRAM Oct. 23-Jan. 15

‘Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion’, on view at GRAM in Grand Rapids from October 23, 2016 to January 15, 2017, will fill the entire third floor of the Museum with 45 haute couture outfits carefully selected from 15 of van Herpen’s collections designed from 2008 through 2015

By:Cia Segerlind