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Perrin Brewing Co. partners with Grand Rapids Gold, plans beer garden at Van Andel Arena
GRAND RAPIDS — Alpine Township-based Perrin Brewing Co. plans to open a new beer garden at Van Andel Arena under the terms of a sponsorship deal with the Grand Rapids Gold G-League basketball team.
Grand Rapids Gold bringing basketball back to downtown GR with 5-year deal at Van Andel Arena
Gold officials this week announced that the team will play its 24 home games at Van Andel Arena in downtown Grand Rapids this coming season.
MiBiz on WOOD-TV8: Grand Rapids Gold considers move to Van Andel Arena
With the upcoming closure of the DeltaPlex Arena & Conference Center on July 31, minor league basketball team the Grand Rapids Gold is looking for a new home arena.
Grand Rapids Gold considering Van Andel Arena for next venue after DeltaPlex closes
The Grand Rapids Gold is working with downtown entertainment officials to see whether Van Andel Arena could be the minor league basketball team’s new venue, according to a team executive.
Venue operators balance ‘free for all,’ optimism in latest pandemic chapter
For some West Michigan music and entertainment venues, the approaching two-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic is a crossroads. For others, it represents a finish line after having endured the worst.
GR convention authority planning how in-person events, meetings will return
GRAND RAPIDS — Events are planned to slowly return to Grand Rapids’ downtown venues with ramped up safety guidelines, starting with crowdless Grand Rapids Griffins games and Grand Rapids Symphony performances.
West Michigan convention centers gear up for returning business
Convention centers across West Michigan are gearing up for business following recent orders from state officials, hoping to return as key drivers of economic activity in communities.
GR 2030 District shifts focus to indoor air quality
For nearly five years, the U.S. Green Building Council of West Michigan has helped Grand Rapids property owners reduce their energy usage and hosts an annual competition celebrating the “biggest losers” statewide.
The new normal: As public officials and businesses plan to reopen, the future will look much different
The world around us — as we knew it in Michigan before March 10 — is going to look much different for the next 12 to 18 months.
West Michigan sports teams, events sidelined as they await next steps
GRAND RAPIDS — Tim Gortsema’s office at Van Andel Arena might not seem like the locale for optimal social distancing.
As CEO of Grand Rapids Whitewater, Heacock to engage people around common goals
GRAND RAPIDS — Steve Heacock admits to having a level of discomfort about being the focus of the Grand Rapids Whitewater project. Heacock left his job as a senior vice president with Spectrum Health to take the position of president and CEO with the nonprofit organization earlier this month. He said everything he has done in his career has prepared him for this new role.
Large-scale development to continue in 2018
Tower cranes constructing offices, hotels and apartments dot the skyline in and around downtown Grand Rapids.
SETTING THE STAGE: 20 Monroe Live fills gap in local concert market, ramps up competition for existing venues
GRAND RAPIDS — The Verve Pipe had billed its show at 20 Monroe Live, the long-awaited new Grand Rapids concert hall, as a 20th birthday party for the West Michigan rock band’s platinum-selling “Villains” album.
Room for More? West Michigan execs call for new hotel capacity
More than 12,000 amateur athletes and their traveling companions from around the Great Lakes will descend on greater Grand Rapids next summer when the region hosts the State Games of America.
Gilmore Collection’s downtown Grand Rapids venue set to open
The Gilmore Collection, owners and operators of restaurant facilities like The B.O.B., today unveiled details for the under construction music venue in downtown Grand Rapids.
In doubling concert capacity, Fifth Third Ballpark plans to seek out A-list acts
COMSTOCK PARK — The owners of the West Michigan Whitecaps want to market Fifth Third Ballpark as a venue for big-name acts like Eminem or Bruce Springsteen, perhaps for shows as soon as this fall.