Clayton Anderson no longer flies among the stars, but the astronaut loves taking kids on imaginary journeys to space.
Immanuel just opened a place for families who seek the natural birth experience with the security of hospital backup. It’s a hybrid between a home birth experience and the typical hospital maternity ward.
Being in a show like “Singin’ in the Rain” is a massive time commitment, which means a lot of time away from family.
In Nebraska, some 2,900 children are currently separated from their parents or primary caregivers. The children have lawyers and social workers. They are supposed to have access to resources like counseling. Extra steps are taken to place them with relatives. On the border, the children have been sent to group shelters, in some cases a converted Walmart with cyclone fencing and floor mats.
Amie Konwinski is on the scare-speech circuit for the nonprofit she started, Smart Girl Society. Her presentation is a gut punch because it reveals how much we parents don't know what we don't know.
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We all need a friend like George. The little monkey travels across the ocean to give his chef pal the will to cook again in “Curious George : The Golden Meatball,” which opened Friday night at the Rose Theater.
Expert tips for helping impassioned youth shape a purposeful, constructive message.
Cheryl Holm left last week for a six-month deployment with the Air Force. But before she left, she carefully — and secretly — planned a few ways to make sure her husband and kids would know she was thinking of them while she is gone.
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