Jessica Mousseau

Jessica Mousseau

Jessica Mousseau is the co-founder and editor of Thinkgirl.net, a women's news website. She has written extensively on such topics as relationships, mental health, beauty, nutrition and finance.
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  • Four Detroit Neighborhoods Among 25 Most Dangerous
    NeighborhoodScout, a real estate site driven by Location Inc., named four Detroit neighborhoods on its recent list of the 25 most dangerous neighborhoods in the United States.
  • Residents React to Detroit's Most Miserable City Ranking
    Forbes named Detroit the most miserable city in 2013. With the possibility of a financial takeover by the State of Michigan, the city is facing bankruptcy.
  • Royal Oak Applying for Ultra-high-Speed Broadband Networks Testing
    Google has announced that it plans to perform testing for ultra-high speed broadband networks. Royal Oak is offering its participation for the pilot program.
  • Jersey Shore town spared from Hurricane Irene
    Gov. Christie prepared my state in a professional and positive way. I feel as if he didn't evacuate many of our shore towns, the storm would have been much more dangerous to human life.
  • First-person: Earthquake felt in New Jersey
    My day was going as usual. I was sitting at my desk working on my writing, when I felt as if someone was shaking my desk chair. Before I knew it, I felt the ground shaking from left to right.
  • SterlingFest 2011 Set to Begin July 28 - July 30th
    The city's three-day festival will begin Thursday July 28 and end Saturday July 30 running from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily. With four separate free musical stages, there are also food tents, arts & crafts booth, a midway of amusement rides and fun and games
  • Special Services for Seniors
    Time is approaching for residents age 60 and older on limited income to register for snow shoveling service that is provided by the city free of charge.
  • Lunch at the Senior Center
    Senior citizens of Novi age 55 and older are invited to come to the Senior Center Monday through Friday at 12 noon to enjoy a hot lunch for only $3. Transportation is provided at a low cost of $2 round trip.
  • Park Programs
    Although the city of Utica's Park and Recreation Board does not offer any programs at its facility or parks, Utica residents are invited to participate in programs with the Charter Township of Shelby.
  • The Zoo Comes to the SHPL
    On Tuesday, July 26 at 11 a.m. the Sterling Heights Library will turn into an Exotic Zoo featuring Javon Stacks. Unusual creatures such as hedgehogs, iguanas, an albino python and even an alligator will be at the library and children will get to hold them
  • Zumba Fitness for Seniors
    The Recreation Center offers an ongoing class that meets Thursday from 10-11 a.m. This class is designed especially for older people who want to stay fit with the latest craze but cannot keep up with the high impact exercise of regular exercise.
  • Senior Citizen Club
    Are you age 55 or older and like to socialize with others? Then the Roseville Senior Citizen Club might be the organization for you.
  • Massage for Seniors
    Are you a senior citizen who has recently had surgery, have arthritis or want to stay flexible? Then check out the massage therapy sessions available at the senior center Mondays through Wednesdays from 9am until 4pm.
  • Spend Time in Nature
    On Fridays, July 1st and 15th and August 5th and 19th at 10am at the Sterling Heights Nature Center, a naturalist will conduct nature walks to help people connect with nature and build their nature observation skills. There is no charge for the walks.
  • Be a Volunteer Firefighter
    If you have ever thought about becoming a firefighter the city of Rochester needs you. There is an opportunity for you to serve your community and learn about the fire department.
  • Senior Center Lunch
    If you are an adult 55 or older you can enjoy a hot lunch each weekday at 11:30am at the Senior Housing Community Room for a cost of $3.
  • Help for Seniors
    Are you a senior age 60 or older and need help with minor repairs around your home? The Senior Home Assistance Repair Program (SHARP) just may be what you need.
  • Senior Citizens Program
    If you are a senior citizen of the city and wish to meet other seniors, come to the Senior Housing Community Room located in the Senior Housing complex located at 7650 Greeley Road. The room is open each weekday from 9am until 3pm.
  • Donate Your Old Cell Phones
    Have you recently upgraded your cell phone and have the old one and accessories just lying around your house? The city of Utica Police Department will take old cell phones and accessories such as working batteries, ear plugs, home and car chargers.
  • Hair Care Guide
    We all have different hair types and you may swear by your hair care routine, but what's right for you may not be right for your friend. However, there are some general hair care guidelines that work for all hair types.
  • Most Trendy Bridal Hairstyles for 2011
    Ask any bride what she worries about most besides her dress, and she'll probably tell you it's how her hair is going to look on her special day. Most brides want something a little different from what they normally wear.
  • Top 5 Summer Wedding Hairstyles for Short Hair
    If you wear your hair short all the time, then you will probably want to keep it that way for your wedding. However, this is your special day, so you may want it to look a little different than the way you'd normally wear it.
  • Remembering and Honoring
    Many of the senior citizens of the city benefit from the programs that are offered at the Senior Centers each day. Many of the programs offered would not be possible if not for support from the community.
  • Helpful Information for Parents
    Do you or someone you know have a child with ADHD, Dyslexia or another type of learning challenge?
  • Skincare Tips for "Tweens"
    A "tween" is usually defined as a child between the ages of 10 and 13. This is a time of transition, as the child is no longer a "little" boy or girl, but isn't an adolescent, either.
  • Video Game Night for Teens
    The Baldwin Public Library will hold a night of video games geared just for teens. On Thursday, April from 6:30pm until 8:30pm two conference rooms of the library will be donated to video games.
  • "Tattoos" for Teens
    On Thursday, April 21 starting at 6:30pm and 7:30pm the Royal Oak you can get a Mehendi henna tattoo. This is a temporary tattoo, so Mom and Dad will not have to worry.
  • Boogie Fever, Jr. At the Boogie Café
    The café's full menu is available during this time and a limited bar service is also available for parents who are not driving.
  • Good Food and Drink at Tallulah's
    Tallulah wine bar and bistro offers food that is locally grown in the most natural ways possible. The menu consist of seasonal foods that are prepared in an elegant way.
  • Locally Brewed Beer in Royal Oak
    The Royal Oak Brewery is known for its ales and lagers that are brewed right inside the establishment so that patrons can talk to the brew master while enjoying a glass of beverage.
  • 70s and 80s Music
    If you like the music of the 70s and 80s then the place for you is Boogie Fever located at 22901 Woodard Ave. This venue has over 11, 000 square feet and will hold almost 900 people.
  • Book Club for Tweens
    The Ferndale Library presents a book club especially for tweens (grades 4-6). This club holds events and book discussions monthly.
  • Do You Love to Eat Fish?
    Each Friday through April 15 at St. Mary Catholic Church located at 730 Lafayette Ave form 5pm until 7pm there will be an "All You Can Eat" Fish fry. The proceeds from this event will help the church and its school.
  • Easter Egg Hunting Time is Near
    If your child loves to hunt Easter eggs then plan to bring then to the Ferndale Recreation Center located at Huron Ave and Woodward Heights Blvd on Saturday, April 9 from 8am until 1pm.
  • Doggie Day Care in Birmingham
    The Canine Inn at 2295 E. Lincoln invites all dogs and their owners to check out their facilities.
  • Live Entertainment at the Corner Bar
    If you want to hear some live entertainment The Corner Bar located at 100 Townsend Street is just the place.
  • Do You Love Older Adults?
    If you have the time and love for older adults the Kulick Center located at 1201 Livernois has a place for you. The center provides a place for the elderly of our city to come socialize with others and get out of their homes.
  • Doggie Day Care in Royal Oak
    Imagine a day care for dogs that rivals any fine spa. This is what you and your dog will find at All American Pet Resorts of Royal Oak located at 4227 Delemere Drive.
  • Easter Egg Hunt
    On Easter Sunday, April 24 the First Presbyterian Church located at 1669 West Maple Road invites you and your family to attend the Easter egg hunt immediately following the 10am Easter worship service.
  • Do You Love Older Adults?
    If you have a special place in your heart for the senior adults of the city and some time to spare why not volunteer at one of the two senior centers.
  • Doggie Day Care in Ferndale
    If you are the proud owner of a dog and do not want to leave him/her alone while you are away at work the solution for you may be "Bubble and Bark."
  • Have You Hear About the Community House?
    The Community House located at 380 S. Bates St. is a non-profit organization that provides the residents of Birmingham with fitness programs, gardening classes, dance classes and even preschool child care.
  • Help for the Homeless and Those Nearing Homelessness
    There is help for the homeless or nearly homeless of Royal Oak. The Salvation Army and South Oakland Shelter are working with the city to identify and distribute funds to those in need.
  • Help the Lions Club Collect Old Eyeglasses
    Almost everyone has a pair (or more) of eyeglasses that are not used anymore. Most people do not want to just throw them away, but what can you do with them.
  • Do You Know About the Art Association?
    The Birmingham-Bloomfield Art Association (BBAA) located at 1516 S. Cranbrook Rd. is an art center that offers classes such as drawing, painting, art history, calligraphy, jewelry making and pottery.
  • Help the Farmer's Market
    Do you love to go to the Farmer's Market? Would you like to help keep the market in good working order?
  • Volunteers Need for the Library
    The organization Friends of Ferndale Library is looking for volunteers. The success of this group depends upon residents working together.
  • First-Date Tips for Teens
    You may have been "meeting up" with that certain boy or girl at football games, church, parties, the mall, and other places, but the time will eventually come when it's just the two of you.
  • May-December Romances
    The fact is, though, that many May-December (this is just a term used to describe a relationship between a people who are anywhere from 10 years old or older than the other person) can be successful.
  • Dating After Divorce
    If you have recently divorced, you may be wondering when you can or should start dating again.
  • Downtown Ferndale in 3D
    Have you ever seen Ferndale in 3D? If not then check this out.
  • Get Your Passport
    On Saturday, March 26 from 10am until 2pm the City Clerk's Office will be open and will process passport applications.
  • After School Care that is Fun
    Do you have children who come home to an empty house after school? Do they tell you they are bored and you worry about their safety?
  • Want to See Downtown Ferndale Flourish?
    The Ferndale Downtown Development Authority (DDA) is a group that focus on keeping downtown Ferndale thriving.
  • Hair Cutting Basics
    Some salons allow you to watch hair cuttery as it is being performed on your head. Some don't; rather, they turn your back to the mirror, allowing you to only view the finished style, which can sometimes be quite discomforting.
  • Finding Your Own Beauty Supply Source
    Most women, and some men, enjoy the beauty supply products that are used in the hair salons they frequent.
  • Ways to Grow Hair Fast
    You probably want to grow hair fast if your hair is thinning as a result of the body's natural aging process or because of a serious illness or trauma.
  • Tips for Finding a Good Hair Colorist
    You may think that just because a person has a cosmetology license that means she will be a good hair colorist.
  • The Best Ways to Rid Pimples
    There are probably as many products on the market for getting rid of pimples as there are people who have pimples.
  • Hair Tips for Women Over 50
    The first thing you may notice as you pass 50 is that your hair is changing. It may be thinning, the texture may be changing, and your once-oily hair is now becoming as dry as straw.
  • Top 6 Beauty Products for Women 50 and Over
    As women age, their bodies change. And, the changes encompass more than just wrinkles or sagging skin.
  • Cheerleading Classes & Training in Germany
    Children as young as four years old can start cheer training with the Danube Dragons. They and children up to age seven are considered "Super Peewee Flames".
  • Cheerleading Competition is Gaining Popularity in Thailand
    We sometimes tend to think of different sports (yes, cheerleading is considered a sport) as being strictly American.
  • How to Drive Traffic to Your Website
    Make sure your Internet hardware and software are up to date. You may actually be getting a lot of website traffic but you just can't see or respond to it because it isn't actually getting to you.
  • Abstinence, a Constant Struggle for Unmarried Women of All Ages
    The sounds of whispered prayers are heartd in a candle-lit atmosphere in a small sanctuary. A congregation has gathered together to praise God.
  • From Choreographer to Cheerleading Coach
    Rosemary Sims is head coach of Cheerleading Victoria, a cheer academy that trains and provides cheerleaders to sporting events in and around Victoria, Australia. She has been doing this for sixteen years.
  • Helsinki, Finland Athletics Cheerleaders
    However, in Helsinki, Finland, there is a cheerleading program that has been in existence for quite a while. In fact, the Helsinki Athletics Cheerleaders (HAC) is considered one of the "oldest and most successful" of the programs.
  • College Community Standouts
    We all enjoy watching the cheerleaders keep the crowd's excitement level up through their chants and performances during a college football game.
  • Yes, She Can Can
    Kirsten beat out 50 other contestants to win the spot at Moulin Rouge. No doubt the fact that she has been dancing since the age of 2 had something to do with her success.
  • Visit the Birmingham Historical Museum and Park
    The Birmingham Historical Museum and Park is located at 556 W. Maple Road in Birmingham is actually four attractions in one.
  • Chamber of Commerce Holds Monthly Events
    The Royal Oak Chamber of Commerce holds monthly events on certain days.
  • A Ferndale Hair Salon Offers More Than Just Hair Care
    The Helena Institute for Reflexology and Salon at 23344 Woodward Ave. in Ferndale not only offers hair care but also can provide reflexology services.
  • Enjoy Some Entertainment with Your Meal when You Dine at Sangria
    Sangria Tapas Cafe at 401 S. Lafayette in Royal Oak offers more than just fine Mexican food. Every Thursday night, a flamenco floor show is presented in the restaurant.
  • Google Expected to Hire Employees for Its Birmingham and Ann Arbor Offices
    If you live in Birmingham and are out of work and still looking for a job, or if you have been wanting to change jobs but have been afraid to do so because of current economic situation, then dust off your resume and update it if necessary.
  • Ferndale Has a New Mayor
    The resignation of former Mayor Craig Covey on Dec. 28 left the mayoral spot on the Ferndale City Council vacant. Now, that spot has been filled with the appointment of Dave Coulter.
  • Three Date Night Activities
    Come enjoy the Royal Oak Symphony Orchestra. The next scheduled concert is Friday, March 11 at 8 p.m.
  • Three Fun Things for Teens to Do in Royal Oak
    Royal Oak is home to the Detroit Zoo, which has winter operating hours from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.
  • Want to Fix Several Dinners in Advance? Visit the Chop Shop
    The Chop Shop at 2221 Cole St. in Birmingham gives you an opportunity to prepare up to 10 entrees for your family on one night.
  • Starting Over in Relationships in Your Golden Years
    The end of a marriage through death or divorce does not necessarily mean that you will never be part of a couple again.
  • Date Night Activities for Seniors
    For many seniors, the end of a marriage through death or divorce does not mean they will never seek out or enjoy "couples time" again
  • Online Dating for Seniors
    Many people mistakenly believe that online dating is only for young or middle-aged adults, and in order for seniors to find someone through such a service they must first wade through all the 20, 30, and 40-year-old profiles on current dating sites.
  • Hair Tips for Women Over 50
    The first thing you may notice as you pass 50 is that your hair is changing. It may be thinning, the texture may be changing, and your once-oily hair is now becoming as dry as straw.
  • Beauty Tips for Women Over 50
    Most women over 50 probably can't rely on the clothes that fit them when they were younger doing so now, and the same holds true for beauty regimens.
  • Top 6 Beauty Products for Women 50 and Over
    As women age, their bodies change. And, the changes encompass more than just wrinkles or sagging skin. A woman's skin and hair type can change, as well as her body's tolerance to harsh or drying products.
  • Birmingham's Close Proximity to Several Cities Means You Have Easy Access to Several Attractions
    Birmingham, Mich., is five miles southwest of Troy and 17 miles northwest of Detroit. It is also close to the cities of Royal Oak and Ferndale.
  • The Landmark Theatre Has Been Showing Independent and Foreign Language Films Since 1997
    The Landmark Theatre at 118 N. Main St. in Royal Oak is known for the independent and foreign language films it has shown since 1997.
  • Birmingham Has Its Own Art Gallery
    ARTSPACE is an art gallery at 303 E. Maple in downtown Birmingham, Mich. This gallery handles the reselling of fine art pieces, which range from paintings to sculptures to drawings and prints, as well as folk and tribal art.
  • Ferndale Residents Are Just 22 Miles from Dodge #4 State Park
    The Dodge #4 State Park, situated on land donated by Dodge Brothers Incorporated, is a state park that is operated and maintained by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
  • Looking for an Apartment in Royal Oak? Consider Urbane Apartments
    If you are interested in apartment living, there are eight apartment communities operating under the Urbane Apartments umbrella for you to choose from.
  • The Loss of a Child
    Nothing is more tragic than the loss of a child, whether it is through illness, accident, or a crime of violence. It touches the lives of everyone who is connected with the grieving parents in any way.
  • History Plaza and John West Hunter Historic Park
    If you stroll down History Plaza in downtown Birmingham, you'll find yourself at John West Hunter Park.
  • Continuing Education Opportunities Are Available Right in Ferndale
    If you are interested in taking cosmetology courses or learning how to service heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems (HVAC), you don't have to go any further than the city of Ferndale.
  • Visit the John West Hunter House
    The John West Hunter House is the oldest structure in Birmingham and is one of the oldest framed structures in the state. The plank construction house was built in 1822, replacing the small log cabin that had been built in 1818.
  • Support Royal Oak by Using Local Service Providers
    If you need home repair service, such as plumbing or other things, you don't have to go outside Royal Oak to find it. There are many local service providers that are right in the city.
  • Visit the Historic Allen House, Accessible from History Plaza
    The beautiful History Plaza has paths leading to several historical structures, as well as to downtown Birmingham businesses and other locations.
  • Phoenix Entertainment Can Provide a DJ for Your Next Event
    If you have an upcoming event that could be "pepped up" by having the music played by a disc jockey, look no further than Phoenix Entertainment.
  • What Does the Treasurer's Office Do?
    The Treasurer's Office is open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday. The phone number is 248-246-3140.
  • The Royal Oak Music Theatre Specializes in Different Types of Entertainment
    The Royal Oak Music Theatre at 318 W. Fourth St. between Washington and Lafayette avenues specializes in different types of entertainment.
  • Ferndale Offers Plenty of Opportunities for Al Fresco Dining
    During the warmer months, Ferndale residents often enjoy eating outside or on covered patios. Many of the bars and restaurants in Ferndale offer such opportunities.
  • Loft Living in Ferndale
    Did you know you can take advantage of loft living in Ferndale? The city offers a number of loft spaces in the downtown area?
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