Items Tagged with 'East Hills'


Brewery keeps flow going

After five years, Brewery Vivant’s innovation is still its cornerstone.

December 18, 2015
Brewery Vivant celebrated its fifth anniversary this weekend, but Kris and Jason Spaulding aren’t looking in their rearview mirrors. Read More

East Hills business ready to make investment

And grocer is set to spend more than $1 million on Save-A-Lot store.

December 27, 2013
A young, successful and popular business in the Grand Rapids neighborhood of East Hills has a date with city commissioners next week. Read More

East Hills residential projects can go forward

August 16, 2013
Shayne Malone and Cherry Street Apartments LLC can begin renovating two vacant buildings in the East Hills neighborhood into residential units now that Grand Rapids city commissioners approved obsolete property tax exemptions for both structures last week. Read More

East Hills Big Bang Art Festival exhibits 'real deal' artists

August 16, 2013
The East Hills Big Bang Art Festival will take over the Mangiamo! lawn this weekend. Read More

Brick Road Pizza opens 12-tap bar

July 12, 2013
It took Jody Talbert more than two years of work, sweat and cash, but the owner of Brick Road Pizza Co. has finally done it. Read More

Grove wins Restaurant of the Year award from Grand Rapids Magazine

February 21, 2013
The East Hills neighborhood restaurant Grove has been selected Restaurant of the Year by Grand Rapids Magazine. Read More

East Hills church converts to apartment building

January 18, 2013
While churches have long served as spiritual homes, one in Grand Rapids’ East Hills neighborhood will be converted into new living spaces. Read More

Hope Colleges racket man

February 27, 2012

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Before his job at Hope, Jorge Capestany was tennis manager of East Hills Athletic Club, Orchard Hills Swim & Sports Club and Michigan Athletic Club for 10 years.

Jorge Capestany is among the best known names in tennis in Michigan.

“Stick around long enough and people notice you,” he said. He’s been noticed rather often over the past 30 years.

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