Celebrate National Family Day
What is extended family? Can friends be family? Are grandparents always the favorite? Jason Hall, with RiDetroit, Vanesa Cohen, co-founder of The Cohen Brand and owner of Motor City Date night, and Lauren Crocker, co-host of The Blaine Fowler Morning Show on 96.3 WDVD, joined Jason Carr on “Live In The D” to discuss these questions and the importance of National Family Day.
This mansion in Rochester is gearing up for Halloween
“Art in the Element” took place at Meadow Brook from Sept. 8-11 but Halloween events for the whole family will be taking place right around the corner. Shannon O’Berski joined Tati Amore on “Live In The D” to discuss events taking place at Meadow Brook Hall this fall season.
Here’s the key to making a good apple pie
We are entering a favorite season for many - Michigan apple pie season! Our beautiful state grows some of the best apples around, and with all that fresh fruit, you just have to have some in a freshly baked pie. Susan Wilcox Olson, Spokesperson for the Grand Traverse Pie Company, joined host Jason Carr to talk about apples, pie, and more.
Brunch and specialty coffees are being served at this halal eatery in Auburn Hills
Between their mountainous french toast covered in berries and their handcrafted coffee creations, Haus of Brunch in Auburn Hills has everything you need to start your day. Michelle Oliver takes us there to Dine in the D.
Experts weigh in on how to combat those back-to-school jitters
Going back to school can be exciting, and yet it can also be the cause of a case of the jitters. Students may feel stress and anxiety for many reasons, and we want to help families with the transition so we spoke to the experts at Mind Wellness Counseling.
This Lathrup Village bookstore is filling its shelves with African American literature
Books can be magical - they can take you to far-off places, back in time, to fantasy lands, or even into the future. They can teach you something about yourself, or the world, and one thing that can make books even more powerful is if you can see yourself reflected in the pages. That’s what one local book lover wanted to see more of - African Americans in literature, so she started her own bookstore.
How to save big on back to school shopping
’s that time of the year again when the kiddos are sent a list of items they will need for the upcoming school year. Between backpacks, folders, notebooks, calculators, and more, things can really add up quickly. We spoke to Desiree Atkins with Forman Mills, about ways to save big on back-to-school shopping.
5 Last minute beach vacations you can take without leaving Michigan
It’s already August and for many families that means summer is winding down as we stare down the start of school in just four to five weeks. That may have you thinking about a last-minute vacation, but where should you go? There are plenty of places to explore in Michigan that you may have never been to. We spoke to Jill Halpin, the Founder of the My Michigan Beach website, to get her advice on where to go in Michigan.
Does August mark the end of summer?
We are already in the first week of August, July has come and gone, so does that mean summer is coming to an end? That’s what we talked about today on What’s the Buzz. Joining host Tati Amare to talk about it are Mary Liz Curtin, the owner of Leon and Lulu and the Three Cats Cafe, and Blaine Fowler, Host of the Blaine Fowler Morning Show on 96.3 WDVD.
‘I worry about her anger’: Parents of girl in Flint water lawsuit talk about personality changes
ANN ARBOR, MI – When the family of Riley Vanderhagen moved to a home on Woodrow Avenue in Flint from Tampa Bay in September 2014, Riley was still just an infant. She loved to sing and dance and was, all things considered, a good baby, according to testimony offered before a federal jury Tuesday, May 3, by her parents, Philip and Michelle Vanderhagen, as well as Sherry Vanderhagen, Riley’s paternal grandmother.mlive.com
Students cheer on classmate with Down syndrome
A Texas-area school teacher caught a special moment on camera as a group of kids played basketball. The children pass the ball to another student with Down syndrome, who makes the shot to a roar of cheers. CBS local affiliate KHOU's Melissa Correa shares this heart warming story.news.yahoo.com
Russia-Ukraine tensions could be amplified by the arrival of U.S. security aid in Kyiv
The first shipment of security assistance from the U.S. has arrived in Ukraine. It includes nearly 200,000 pounds of military equipment and ammunition for frontline defenders. This comes after the U.S. and Russia's top diplomats met in Geneva to deescalate tensions. CBS News correspondent Christina Ruffini has the latest. Then, retired CIA chief of Russian operations Steve Hall explains the impact of security assistance.news.yahoo.com
This "Grinch" cat requires princess-level pampering, no kids and will yell at you if her demands aren't met. And she just got adopted.
"You think she wants tiny STICKY fists of fury anywhere near her magical snow cape?" her adoption agency wrote. "That's a hard pass on living with a drunken ballerina-ninja."cbsnews.com