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Tracy Beckerman Talks Lost in Suburbia in Montclair

A Momoir about getting the cool back in the New Jersey suburbs.

Putin Adoption Ban Plays Russian Roulette with the Lives of Children

To mix politics into a process in which it has no place but is forever hovering, looming, threatening, is utterly devastating.

Lion Tries to Make Tasty Snack of Baby

To be fair to the lioness, the toddler is dressed in a black and white striped hooded sweatshirt which could be confusing for a wild animal.

Sex Secret Revealed

Did I get your attention? Good.

Giveaway: Ski for Free – Killington Lift Tickets For Four

Barista Kids and Killington have teamed up to give a four pack of lift tickets away to one lucky reader.

New Report Shows Kids Are Bad for Your Health

I’ve always believed my kids were draining the life out of me, but now I have proof.

New Jersey First In Nation To Pass Child Helmet Law For Snow Sports

Put helmets on your kids when skiing and snowboarding--it's the law.

Best-Selling Author and Educator to Speak at Montclair Co-op

Rosalind Wiseman will speak on Navigating the New Realities of Girl World and Boy World.

The Boy Crisis

Many might be unaware of the boy crisis in America, but Montclair State University alumnus Dr. Warren Farrell is determined to change that.

Putting Kids First

That’s precisely what child and adolescent psychiatrist and long-time Montclair resident Dr. Rosalie Greenberg is doing in her new show, “Kids First.” In the show Greenburg created and hosts on HomeTowne TV, she is...

Become a UN Delegate This Summer

Next month The United Nations International Year of Youth Culmination Celebration will take place at UN headquarters in New York City, and girls between the ages of 11 and 24 are invited to participate.

Motherhood Memoir Brings SOMA Native Back Home

When the Columbia High School alumna, Lisa Catherine Harper, graduated and went on to study in the creative writing program at Princeton, get a masters in Creative Writing and then a Ph.D in English...

Gender Bender

I’ve heard of people keeping their baby’s name a secret in-utero. And I’ve heard of people keeping the baby’s sex a secret until the little bugger was born. But I’ve never heard of parents...

Gaming the System

I swore I wouldn't do it. And then I did. I've long detested hand-held video games especially when played at the table in a restaurant. Video gaming and dining are two experiences I never would...

Clever Commute