Amanda Rahn

Amanda Rahn
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Amanda Rahn is a freelance journalist, copy editor and proud Detroiter. She is a graduate of Wayne State University’s journalism school and of the Columbia Publishing Course at Oxford University. Amanda is a lover of translated contemporary fiction, wines from Jura and her dog, Lottie.

Latest Stories

Baby Stores: Grand Rapids’ Top Places to Shop for Infants

Looking for West Michigan baby stores? Grand Rapids and nearby areas have several spots to shop. Browse our list for details.

Grand Rapids Santa Appearances and Events

Make lasting memories and snap a few pictures with the jolly man in red at these Santa appearances at local events in Grand Rapids.

Fudging the Facts: Why Some Tweens Tell Tall Tales

A local psychiatrist weighs in on what to do when your tween's imagination hits overdrive.

‘Rosie: A Detroit Herstory’ Book for Kids

A history lesson for kids about Detroit's role in World War II told from the perspective of women.

Ann Arbor Dad Pens ‘100 Reasons to Live’ Book About Teen Depression

This local psychologist discusses his inspiration for the book and offers three of his reasons to live.

Local Tween Takes Bullies Head-On

Ann Arbor native Rudy Washington has taken a stand against bullying. Find out what he's done and how you can help.

Daddies, Daughters & Dos

Dads can learn about styling hair at an event June 11 at 6 Salon in Birmingham.

A Summer Classic Returns: Dairy Park

Two local moms have brought back Dairy Park, a long-beloved ice cream spot in located in Hazel Park that specializes in the Dumbo Delight.

Family Vacation Trends, Waffle Stats and other June Facts

Plus, what age bracket gets the biggest emotional boost from watching nature documentaries--and what Michigan city nabbed the title of best place to live in America.

Dad’s Social Media Agreement with Daughter is Genius

One Florida father found that some light-heartened humiliation works wonders for getting your children off their phones.

Jeremy Moghtader: Farm Father

This Ann Arbor area dad grew up on the farm, and is now cultivating a love of nature and gardening in his two girls and others in the area.

Study Says Young Kids Take in More Information Than Parents Think

Little ones take a LOT 'in.' Here's why it's good a good thing that kids pick up background details, and how to harness that focus, too.