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Black Calder Brewing Company, Michigan’s first Black-owned brewery, will celebrate its launch with the release of Black IPA on “The Blackest Friday,” scheduled for Friday, the day after Thanksgiving.
City Built Brewing Company is one of 13 breweries across the world teaming up with hip-hop group Run The Jewels to release 12 versions of a craft beer named after the group’s new single, “No Save Point.”
A new doctor- and dietitian-led grab-and-go café is officially open in East Hills.
With restaurants closing to in-person dining for three weeks beginning Wednesday under a new order by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Downtown Holland is launching a social media challenge to prompt residents to support local restaurants.
According to the third quarter market reports from NAI Wisinski West Michigan, the industrial sector is pushing through COVID-19 territory thanks to Michigan’s strong manufacturing backbone, but the region may have yet to see the long-term effects of the pandemic on other real estate sectors.
MACOMB TOWNSHIP — A Detroit-area pizza entrepreneur was charged with fraud Thursday in seeking more than $900,000 in government-backed loans during the coronavirus pandemic.
Ann Arbor-based C3 Industries, the parent company of High Profile Cannabis Boutique in Grand Rapids, donated $6,000 to the new Michigan Cannabis Prisoner Release Campaign.
Motu Viget Spirits, a Black-owned wine and spirits company based in Grand Rapids, announced a partnership with Meijer grocery stores.
Founders Brewing Co. announced the latest addition to its Mothership Series.
A local Middle Eastern restaurant is closing later this month as the owner retires.
A Spanish-inspired restaurant with views of the Grand River will open next week in the recently renovated glass tower at the Amway Grand Plaza, Curio Collection by Hilton.
Joseph A. Magnus & Co. a premium brand of top-shelf, award-winning bourbons and dry gins, announced it is relocating operations from Washington, D.C. to Holland.
Citing the rise in home cooking since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Whirlpool brand rolled out a new extra large-capacity dishwasher with a third rack.
DETROIT — General Motors is posting huge third-quarter numbers, pulling in $4 billion in profit over three months after losing money due to the virus outbreak.
A metro Detroit furniture company opened two more West Michigan locations, this time in the Grand Rapids area.
The owners of a downtown tiki bar and restaurant declared bankruptcy.
A franchisee of a national coffee and doughnut chain purchased a former Checkers location in Comstock Park and plans to open a location on the site.
Despite the state-mandated freeze on construction in response to COVID-19, Wheeler Development Group so far completed more than $50 million in townhome projects this year and is seeing increased activity in the multifamily market.
Some commercial real estate markets continue to fare better than others during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Colliers West Michigan’s 2020 Q3 market reports.
Harmony Hall announced Thursday on its Facebook page that it will be temporarily closing both locations after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19.
Grand Rapids coffee shop and roaster Sparrows Coffee plans to expand with the opening of a new café at Kingma’s Market in the Creston neighborhood.
Wash & Wags opened its third West Michigan location at 5307 Alpine Ave. NW earlier this month.
Grand Rapids cannabis company Fluresh, which opened for medical customers in February, became the inaugural adult-use retailer for Grand Rapids on Friday.
Michigan residents will now be able to purchase Terrapin’s Grand Rapids-grown cannabis for recreational use in more than 50 dispensaries across the state.