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Meet our Tail of the Week!

Meet our Tail of the Week – Turbo! Notice anything off about Turbo? Neither do we! He might only have three legs, but Turbo acts like he was born this way! He’s faster than most dogs with one less leg, and doesn’t let it get him down! His leg was amputated due to a bad…More

Going to Garth in Detroit? Info you need to know!

Garth’s stop at Ford Field in Detroit is almost here!  If you were lucky enough to score tickets to this show before it sold out, here’s some helpful info: Most importantly, Ford Field’s clear bag policy will be in effect for this show.  No big purses, backpacks, diaper bags, fanny packs, or tote bags will…More

Largest Ice Festival In Michigan This Weekend In Grand Rapids

The annual Valent-Ice Festival kicks off Friday in Grand Rapids.  It’s part of the World of Winter Festival that began last month.  According to artist Randy Finch, there will be over 50 ice sculptures all over the city.  Look for the giant colored clown fish in front of the Holiday Inn, or a huge T-rex…More

Lori’s Voice Reaches Million Dollar Milestone For Special Needs Children

Lori’s Voice, a West Michigan non-profit, has reached a $1 million dollar milestone in offering grants to children with special needs.  Lori and Dave Hastings established the all-volunteer Lori’s Voice back in 2011 to help families with special needs children afford the costs of care not covered by insurance.  Their mission is to inspire children…More

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Kenny Chesney Honored by Country Radio Broadcasters With 2020 Humanitarian Award

Kenny Chesney Honored by Country Radio Broadcasters With 2020 Humanitarian Award

Kenny Chesney was honored with the 2020 Artist Humanitarian Award by the Country Radio Broadcasters (CRB) on Feb. 19 for his ongoing charitable work. Notably, Kenny’s Love for Love City Foundation helped spearhead the rebuilding of St. John after the devastation of Hurricanes Irma and Maria in 2017. In addition to humanitarian aid and working…More