Maranda took a trip to KIH to talk with students and faculty about what they like about this new approach towards learning.
Through a partnership with Applebee’s, as a team, WIMAGE and Applebee’s held a contest that allowed kids to utilize their imaginations and c…
The countdown is on to the 2018 Fifth Third River Bank Run!
Milk Means More recently hosted “Fuel Up to Play 60”, a physical activity program launched by the National Dairy Council that encourages kid…
On Saturday, September 30 the Down Syndrome Association of West Michigan held their “Step Up For Down Syndrome Walk” at the John Ball Zoo.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich (WOTV) The leaves are turning and there’s fall fun everywhere you turn. Check out Maranda’s top picks in this week’s Five…
Urban Roots is a community farm, market, and education center located in the heart of Grand Rapids. Their work leads in their belief that ac…
Hill Child Development Center is pleased to announce that they will be participating in the Great Start Readiness Program (GSRP) during the …
Does your family know what to do in the event of a fire inside your home?
Maranda had the chance to talk with some boy scouts about an upcoming, special event.
One of the main challenges refugee women face when they arrive in America is achieving English proficiency.
When a tragic fire happens, communities come together to address fire safety.
Maranda had the chance to speak with both the foster parent and birth parent to learn more about the piece.
The pieces communicate internal vs external expression. What they like vs what they look like.
Maranda’s final Friday at ArtPrize Nine
Check out Maranda’s family fun ideas