Sooner or later, most parents lose a kid— usually for only a few minutes. Even if it’s brief, the experience is heart-stopping. And it’s given rise to a whole new industry— GPS tracking for kids. Some parents turn to GPS because the world seems scarier than it was when they were kids. Others want an
Ann Arbor Tech Trek, a free community event, is a terrific opportunity for your family to explore area tech companies as they showcase their latest innovations. Each stop on the trek will create a fun, educational experience, reflecting each company’s unique culture. Participants will enjoy refreshments, prizes, T-shirts and giveaways. Tech Trek is a great
Downtown Ann Arbor’s staple knick-knack shop, The Peaceable Kingdom, offering handmade jewelry, scented lotions, children’s toys, and a little something for everyone, closed its doors in April after 44 years due to a sharp decline in business.
Costumes, parties and candy make for a lot of anticipation, fun and excitement for kids this month. The National Retail Federation estimates that more than $7 billion dollars are spent on Halloween each year, which is about $75 per person. October is also a month with all sorts of special holidays that are perfect for
In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month we are highlighting a major victory for America’s mothers and babies. The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) announced earlier this year that it will allow corn masa flour to be fortified with folic acid. This change is an exciting recognition of the more than 20 years of