Oh March. This month is about Easter and it being almost spring. It's about discovering new songs and listening to old ones too, right?
Kids can be mean. Perhaps it's part of their exploration of boundaries and their power in social circles. As parents, we can teach our own kids the importance of kindness, respect and treating others as we want them to be treated. And, we can guide them to stand up to bullies.
We are two weeks into the live shows for The X Factor. Yet after the first episode and subsequent elimination was all said and done, The X Factor simply failed to deliver.
Simon Cowell used to be the draw of 'The X Factor,' but someone has usurped his position as the main reason to watch. It's not Simon's nemesis, L.A. Reid, and it's not the big name (Britney Spears), either.
American Idol, Glee, and The X Factor have all beefed up their wildly popular programs with star-studded guest stars or judges and it isn't always paying off.
As cringe-inducing as it was to watch a 13-year-old frolicking around the stage to the decidedly adult LMFAO number, Trevor performed admirably considering he'd been passed out not long before.
Britney and her manager were conspiring to mess with one of the assistants by sending him on a wild goose chase for a straw hat and a tiara, while Simon decided to arrive on an electric scooter with a police escort. Just another "X Factor" audition show ...
Can we protect our girls more? How can we support them so they don't feel like the weight of their worlds relies on their smiles?
After Wednesday night's episode managed to cram more talent in two hours than both of last week's installments combined, that could only mean we were destined for a deluge of dreck in Greensboro.
We kicked off episode 3 in Kansas City, where the big news in the arena was that poor, delicate Simon Cowell was feeling under the weather and was skipping the auditions, presumably to roll around on a bed covered in $100 bills.
Luckily, since the new season of "Glee" premiered immediately after, there was only enough time for an hour of mortifying attempts at singing from those deserving of restraining orders, which marks the first occasion I'll ever feel grateful for "Glee."
"The X Factor" got off to a strong start, with plenty of tearjerking moments and a few stand-out artists in the bunch. We've whittled down a list of the most memorable moments from the night's good, bad and ugly.
Demi has done something few celebrities have done -- she has not only publically addressed her struggles, but makes a point of continuing to talk about them in the hopes of helping others.
When I'm having a bad day, nothing puts me in a better mood than jamming out to the songs on my iPod's "Inspiration" playlist.
Music education is an essential aspect of child development. However, because of budget cuts, especially in our inner city schools, music education is among the first things to go.