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Innovation Nation | By Ann Oldenburg
A new series is joining the “The CBS Dream Team, it’s Epic!” programming block on Saturday mornings. It’s titled The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation. Mo Rocca is the host. It would have been nice to just call it Innovation Nation, but CBS partnered with The Henry Ford organization and Litton Entertainment to produce the show. [...]
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Fall into Sleep | By Laura Fries
Fall is a beautiful time, full of colorful leaves, crisp juicy apples and bright round pumpkins. It’s also a time of year when all bedtime routines and sleep patterns get thrown completely out of whack. No matter what age, sleep patterns are thrown askew as the time and season changes and it is harder to [...]
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Learning how to study without 600 TC Egyptian cotton sheets | By Laura Fries
When I headed off for college, (back in the dark ages) I had a hand-me-down-comforter, bed sheets from the bottom of the linen closet, some plastic storage cubes and a half a dozen free posters given out at a local promotion. There wasn’t even such a thing as dorm room decorating budget. You moved in, you [...]
I Am Eleven | By Ann Oldenburg
On the heels of the delightful Boyhood movie comes another charming film focused on children. I Am Eleven, which opened in U.S. theaters this past weekend, looks at what it’s like to be 11. Do you remember where you were at that age? What you were doing and thinking? Watching this documentary, you will see [...]
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I Speak Up | By Laura Fries
Mom power. Parental love. These are powerful forces. It can move metaphorical mountains when needed, and, when a child is in danger, it summons superhuman power to get them out of harm’s way. Have a problem? A motivated parent can get the job done. This country has a bullying problem and we need all of [...]
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