By Jack Levine
As we celebrate Thanksgiving, let’s remember that the holiday’s name is a compound word – Thanks and Giving.
Each of us has much to be thankful for – our lives, families, friendships, and hopefully, work that fulfills us. Thanking those who we love, admire, depend upon, and have work relationships with is [...]
By Marsha Reese
Are you planning to take your grandchildren trick or treating? Maybe their parents will be taking the time to share those memories. Either way the supervising adult may appreciate safety tip reminders. Autumn events like Halloween and Harvest Day are highly anticipated by children and some adults. The Center for Disease Control [...]
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By Parents Television Council
If there was a lesson to be learned from the dismal failure [...]
Who’s Your Nanny?
No one knew when the secrets began. Not until Mabel entered the nursing home did she tell.
Living alone in the upstairs apartment parallel to our house, Mabel had only two caged parrots for companions. On hot summer evenings when the windows were open, their cackle chorus of “Mabel, Mabel!” disrupted the [...]
Nolan Bushnell’s solution for the nation’s schools starts with playing games
He fathered the video game industry in 1974 with the creation of Atari, one of the most successful entries ever in the consumer electronics market. Thirty-seven years later, after an impressive list of other breakthrough ventures, Nolan Bushnell, dad to eight and grandfather to [...]