Growing Up Online: The new Facebook feature Timeline allows your child’s friends to see a complete history of everything she has put on the social media site. How can she protect her digital privacy? Comment.
Daily deal vouchers offer some of the deepest discounts on entertainment, personal care and household goods. But if you don’t take the time to know what’s not included in your deal, it could end up being a dud. Comments (1).
Letter from College: It’s understandable that teens might hate writing essays for school. But if they know the creative latitude that can go into writing these essays, they might enjoy it more. Comments (1).
Our Relationships: It’s not just working moms who have a hard time balancing a career and family. It can be just as hard for working dads to manage a new family, work demands, and romance, too. Comment.
Divorce & Separation: The process of ending a marriage through litigation is usually the most expensive, antagonistic and emotionally difficult choice for divorcing. Be aware of what it can mean for you and your spouse — as well as your children. Comments (5).
Featured Event: Africa comes to the Bronx this month when the Hostos Center for the Arts and Culture presents “The African Drum,” where kids ages 3–7 sing and dance their way on a trip through the grasslands. Comment.
Lions and Tigers and Teens: Braces weren’t “in” back in the day. The dreadful nickname “metal mouth” was often used to tease those who had to don hideously thick, metal wires and brackets across their teeth. If you wore them, you didn’t smile for your school pictures. Then, there was the thought — or nightmare — of experiencing your first kiss with a mouth full of metal. Most teens preferred going “au naturel,” electing to live with a slightly crooked smile over a silver one. Comments (1).