What do Hilary Clinton, Katie Couric, Vanessa Williams and Susan Lucci have in common? They were all Girl Scouts!
In celebration of the Girl Scouts of USA’s 100th anniversary (which was officially March 12th), the organization has partnered with King Features Syndicate to nationally distribute a print and online feature called “Girl Scout Greats.” . . . → Read More: Famous Faces That Were Once Girl Scouts
I wanted to share some news with you about an upcoming event that’s all about inspiring your little ones to become creatively alive with the help of Crayola.
Creativity matters. It´s a skill that all children can learn and when it´s practiced every day, kids become the critical thinkers, problem solvers, and leaders in . . . → Read More: Join Lisa Loeb and Crayola “Inside the Crayon Box” LIVE on Wednesday, March 7th
FIVE premieres Monday, October 10th at 9PM ET/PT on Lifetime.
FIVE is an anthology of five short films exploring the impact of breast cancer on people’s lives directed by Jennifer Aniston, Alicia Keys, Demi Moore, Patty Jenkins and Penelope Spheeris.
Through an interconnected story arc that uses humor and drama to focus on . . . → Read More: Lifetime’s Upcoming movie FIVE
Legendary talk show host, Larry King, has put on his dancing shoes to boogie down with Angelina Ballerina™ and Nigel Lythgoe, the executive producer of “So You Think You Can Dance” and “American Idol,” in a new PSA that debuts in July celebrating the health benefits of dance. The PSA was produced by HIT . . . → Read More: Dance is a Heart-Healthy Activity for People of All Ages
I used to be a big fan of Mel Gibson. Then he started drinking and showing everyone his racist side. The previous reports of Mel Gibson’s racist tirade are nothing compared to actually listening to it. You don’t want to listen to it with your children in the room. It is very vulgar and . . . → Read More: Mel Gibson Rant is Disturbing and Racist
Having a special needs child is something that no one is immune to. It happens every day, all around the globe. Rich people, poor people and everyone in between. Even celebrities.
Some would call it a Hollywood “trend.” Celebrities shouting from the rooftops about how they are raising a special needs child. Yet, can . . . → Read More: Celebrities and Special Needs Children: Raising Awareness or Child Exploitation?
According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), an average of 1 in 110 children has been diagnosed with some form of autism, bringing the estimated number of people in the United States who suffer from this disorder to between 1.5 and 2 million. It also affects untold numbers of family and friends, and . . . → Read More: Celebrities Spread the Word on Autism
Patrick Gallagher, star of music TV phenomenon Glee got together with some of Hollywood’s brightest entertainers to promote positive programs that assist at-risk youth.
Gallagher teamed up with musicians Amy Scruggs, Invinceable, Madisen Hill and Brittany Flickinger, Comedian/Actor Scott Vinci, Actresses Helenna Santos, Nadjah Dabney, Kristen Ruhlin, Ariel Teal Toombs, and Actors Rene Cadet . . . → Read More: Glee Star Does His Bit For Kids At Risk