Oakland County Hustles Hardest Facebook Group Aims for Fun and Discussion (Derek Werenka, April 5, 2019) Check out our “Get Involved Guide” for more stories about local organizations. Thank you to Bosco Lounge for sponsoring this series. Want to contribute a write up of a group you care about? Message email@example.com with your idea. Oakland…
Tea & Ted: Why do we Sleep Lunchtime Talk Dec. 15 (EVENT page) Tea & TED: Why Do We Sleep? Dec. 15, 2015 12:15 pm -1:15 pm Friends Auditorium Russell Foster, a circadian neuroscientist, shares three popular theories about why we sleep, busts some myths about how much sleep we need at different ages,…
Citizens for Fair Ferndale has received funding to sponsor The Civility Project – a community wide conversation to consider how to best create and promote our own culture of civility. The goal is to strengthen the capacity of our community to engage in fair, honest, inclusive, and constructive conversations.
Got a hankering for some knowledge? Your neighborhood professor has got you covered! Beginning Nov. 2, the Ferndale Public Library will launch a three-month program featuring local professors speaking on an area of their expertise. The free program is designed to bring the professor to the public in an informal environment.
With the November 8, 2011 elections fast approaching, there are several ways you can find the information you need in order to learn about the candidates for Mayor, City Council and Library Board in Ferndale.
The Love Your Mind discussion centered around a Huffington Post article called “Gloria to Liz Lemon: How Pop Culture is Producing Today’s Feminist Icons.” The article praised the author’s picks for contemporary feminist icons – including Tina Fey, Christina Aguilera, Katie Couric and Diane Sawyer, Gwen Stefani, Portia de Rossi and Ellen DeGeneres and Michelle Obama. NOW members and guests debated the writer’s choices.
When Angela Counts went to the emergency room with chest pain last May, she was 35 years old with no medical insurance. Although she said she “knew” something serious wrong, getting doctors to take her seriously was just the first of many uphill battles for the young mother of three.