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  • Friday’s Friend: Bear

    Say hello to Friday’s Friend, Bear! He’s a 6-month-old American Blue Heeler Mix. Bear is a goofy guy, who has a lot of energy. He loves squeaky toys and playing with other dogs. He is still much a puppy so this should be considered with smaller kids. Want to get a professional photo taken of your pet? On June 25, Adam from AGoldPhoto will be using his unique photography approach to capture your pet’s personality in a picture. Photos will be taken […]

  • Cool off with a sweet treat from Kona Ice

    Need a refreshing treat to keep cool this summer? There’s no need to go out for somethings sweet, Kona Ice comes to you and is much healthier than ice cream! Kona Ice serves more than 30 flavors, creating hundreds of flavor combinations to those looking for a treat to keep cool in the summer heat. The company is also heavily involved with the community, with Kona Ice giving more than $50 million back to neighborhood schools, organizations and teams since its […]

  • Increase home value with a new garage door from Quality Door Company

    While many homeowners are looking for ways to increase their curb appeal with a new front door or windows, it’s the door at the end of the driveway that could really help increase a home’s value. Quality Door Company has the latest styles and technology for those looking to upgrade or build. Quality Door Company has a wide variety of styles, colors, and materials to give homeowners a look to match their home. Some examples include wood look-a-likes, doors with […]

  • Where to go during medical emergencies: Emergency Room vs. Walk-In Clinic

    Where do you go when you have a broken bone, a major injury, a cold or a concussion? When you’re injured, sometimes it’s hard to know whether the emergency room or urgent care is the best choice for treatment. Physician Assistant Patrick Hayford from Spectrum Health educates patients on when it’s appropriate to visit the emergency department, or to stop into an urgent care or walk-in clinic. Urgent Care Quick and convenient Don’t do stitches, or treat broken bones Lab […]

  • Say goodbye to pesky wrinkles with Plexaderm

    Summer is here, so why not look and feel your best while having fun in the sun? With all the vacations, graduations, weddings, barbecues, block parties and more filling in your schedule, you’re going to want something that works fast and efficiently. Plexaderm is a product designed to instantly lift, firm, and revitalize the skin. The results are instant, taking as little as five minutes to see the difference in your skin and making those eye bags disappear. Lifestyle expert […]

  • Morning Buzz: 5 things to know for June 22

    1. A major change is coming to ArtPrize, it’s not going to happen every year anymore. On Thursday officials announced that after 2018, ArtPrize will happen every other year instead of being an annual event. During the “off” years, people can enjoy something called “Project 1 By ArtPrize.” Officials described it as a large scale public art exhibition that’ll be held in the fall. Then, the ArtPrize competition will return in 2020. It’s important to note that “Project 1” won’t […]

  • Embrace and celebrate your Irish roots at Kalamazoo Irish Fest

    Get out that green attire, the Kalamazoo Irish Fest is this weekend. From dancing, to food, both Irish and non-Irish will have a great time! There will be bands, dancers, and other performers on stage both indoors and outdoors all weekend long. Click here for a complete performance schedule. Admission is $8 Friday and $10 Saturday. Children 13 and younger are free. The Kalamazoo Irish Festival is happening June 22-23 at the Old Dog Tavern. Learn more on the event […]

  • Celebrate all things motorcycle at “Bikefest on the Grand”

    Bikers and non-bikers are invited to celebrate all things motorcycle at Bikefest on the Grand this weekend. This two-day event will feature a beer tent, a fire show, a show put on by Human Firecracker Ghengis John, biker games, and a biker run. The Warrior Bike Run includes a meal and a hand of cards for just $10 a person. Bikefest on the Grand is happening June 22-23 at Conestoga Campground in Coopersville. For more information, visit bikefestonthegrand.com.

  • Celebrate art at the Lakeshore Art Festival July 6 & 7

    The Lakeshore Art Festival will once again be celebrating local artists in downtown Muskegon during the holiday weekend. There will be a unique blend of art, crafts, music, food, activities and more along Lake Michigan’s shoreline. The art festival will also feature a wide spread of interactive and community art. Along with returning Chalk the Walk, there will new art projects like the Kayak Sculpture Project and The Door Project: Opening Doors to Possibilities so everyone can be part of the art. The Lakeshore Art […]