All posts by Emma Barron

From Moping to Coping: “Thrive With Your Family” Web Series

Is your family struggling to control the chaos associated with COVID-19? Starting on April 14, every Tuesday at 12pm the “Thrive With Your Family” web series will be airing on Youtube and Facebook. Many of the nationally recognized guest panelists will be from Michigan Medicine and will include Jenny Radesky, M.D., Katherine Rosenblum, Ph.D., Melissa

April 2020—Ann Arbor Favorites

Our readers have great taste. From interesting products, to delicious food and drink offerings, to unique places to visit, find out what local faves your neighbors are loving around town this month. “I love the Detroit Filling Station. It has so many good options and, because everything is vegan, you don’t have to worry about

Business (Not) as Usual: Support Your Favorite Local Businesses

Wondering what businesses are currently open during the COVID-19 pandemic? We have the answers! Here’s a sampling of some local businesses you can support in the Ann Arbor area. If you’re in need of an ice cream fix, check out Dexter Creamery on Main Street! They are currently offering curbside pickup and delivery through Doordash

A Concert Experience For Young Kids

This fall the Baby Shark Live concert experience is coming to Detroit! The band, Pinksong, will be in Detroit at the Fox Theatre on Sunday, November 3 at 2pm. Tickets went on sale in July, so get them before they sell out! This fully immersive concert will feature songs other than “Baby Shark,” such as

2019 Field Trip Guide

Looking to plan a field trip for a class, or just looking to do something fun with your child after school? This list contains lots of fun, educational adventures for school-aged kids this fall. Leslie Science & Nature Center 1831 Traver Rd. 734-997-1553 | lesliesnc.org/fieldtrips The Leslie Science and Nature Center is a great field

A Youth-Driven Teen Center

Ann Arbor’s Neutral Zone, originally founded by teens, provides social, cultural and creative opportunities for high schoolers with over 20 weekly after-school programs, such as tutoring, Teen Advisory Council, short story workshop and music production. Recently, the Zone received a check for $10,000 for a Capacity Building for Jobs Corps Program, which allows for a