Family & Pets
Build a play are for your kids that will last with help from Mat Vivona of Father & Son Construction.
Keep the kids busy by exercising their creative muscles with summer art activities.
It is time to gather up the children and head out for a weekend of Easter egg hunts, egg tosses and even an Easter bonnet contest. So get ready to have some fun as we celebrate the return of spring and the rebirth of nature.
Both the sun and school are out which means summer camps for adolescents and teens will be in full swing.
Although St. Patrick’s Day is generally thought of as a holiday for grown-ups, you might be surprised to learn there are a number of ways kids can celebrate the holiday here in metro Detroit. Read on to find a celebration for the whole family.
Grandparents today are an active group, taking advantage of their golden years to visit historical sites and museums, take in plays, enjoy great meals and explore all the Detroit area has to offer – at a discount, of course! These local attractions are sure to appeal to your grandparents’ nostalgic side, and won’t break the bank in the process.
Finding a job can be frustrating and disheartening. Making it to the top of an employer’s pile of potential candidates requires more than just meeting the minimum requirements. You also have to outshine the competition and sell yourself as the perfect fit for the job.
Many Asian cultures celebrate the end of winter and beginning of spring at the Lunar New Year, which occurs on a different date each year. In Metro Detroit, Lunar New Year celebrations are popular with Chinese communities and organizations.
Winter Blast returns to Detroit in 2013 for its eighth year. Head downtown for the annual celebration of all things winter and all things Detroit.
Every June, dogs converge on businesses for the annual Take Your Dog To Work Day, an event that grows in popularity each year. These Detroit-area employers allow workers to bring their dogs to the office year-round.