Donna Musolli

Bunnyville at the Detroit Zoo in Royal Oak

This Royal Oak zoo offers festivities with egg-inspired games, crafts, musicals and more at it's annual Bunnyville event April 19-20, 2019.

Marshmallow Drop Events in Metro Detroit

Many events in metro Detroit and Ann Arbor are cancelling due to COVID-29. Trade catching snowflakes for marshmallows at these marshmallow drop events.

‘The Velveteen Rabbit’ at the Marquis Theatre in Northville

Actors at this historic hub bring the storybook classic, 'The Velveteen Rabbit,' to life, March 3-May 6, 2018.

Modern Moms Are Working Full-Time More Than Ever, But Say Part-Time is Ideal

The parenthood-work balancing act is as complex as ever, but a 2012 Pew Research Center study finds a jump in percentage of women who prefer a full-time job.

Wild Swan Theater’s Shipwrecked! at Towsley Auditorium in Ann Arbor

Families can see this entertaining and educational tale about a young boy sailing on Lake Huron with his family March 9-12, 2016.

Parents Give Babies 'Danger' as Middle Name – Literally

So far in 2013, an Australian couple and pair of British buskers bestowed this lofty moniker – more typically used as a joke – upon their sons. But what's in a name?

Tortilla Cup Salad Recipe by Grosse Pointe Kid Wins Award

Fourth grader Imran Mihas made a yummy, healthy creation that won him a top prize in his school district as part of its first-time Sodexo Future Chefs contest.

Earth-Friendly Family Fun Festival at Carl's Family YMCA in Milford

Families can ring in Earth Day early with eco-friendly activities, dancing and fun in Oakland County, April 21, 2013.

'Collective Parenting' Comment by MSNBC Host Sparks Viral Firestorm

Pundit Melissa Harris-Perry says kids 'belong' to the 'community' in a TV spot promoting her show. It's got conservatives angry, some even crying 'communist.'

The Dossin Great Lakes Museum Reopens in Detroit

After months of renovation, this Belle Isle Park hot spot will welcome guests again May 18, 2013.

Hellenic Museum of Michigan Opens in Detroit

The newest cultural establishment opens its doors on April 13, 2013 and gives families a peek at the Greek community of Detroit - and Michigan.

Teen Publicly Humiliated at Corner of Busy Intersection as Punishment for 'Disrespectful Behavior'

Two Florida parents resort to a tough-love method of parenting after other forms of punishment did not work, and they're getting harsh backlash.
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