From cradle to college we've shopped the world, made the meals, balanced the books, mastered the technology, and charted the courses to give you the goods on finding what your kids need without losing your shirt... or your sanity.
At first glance it might not seem that President Obama and kid-rocker Justin Bieber have much in common. But both men had just a tad too much altitude going through the doorway of aircraft and -- boom! -- the celebrity noggins got a good crack while the paparazzi snapped photos.
American culture is a youth culture. On television and the movies it sometimes seems that everything and everybody is permanently frozen at 28 years old and it's just the rest of us on the couch who break '50, '60 and '70.
We are influenced every day by celebrities, politicians, media, and peers. If Justin Bieber stated, "I don't believe in the tooth fairy," how many little girls would stop believing in that little magical pixie?
It is entirely possible that Justin has more of an influence in the young-person-you-love's life than any clergyperson -- living or dead -- does. That sounds scandalous, I know, but it's true.
Rumor has it that 17-year-old Justin Bieber might not have college on his radar, BUT he hasn't ruled it out yet. So while it's not at the top of his p...
Every year Animal Fair Media readers vote for the celebrity pet they believe are: The Most Eligible Pets. Hopeful contenders are 'wing pets' to some of the most recognizable media darlings from the sports, political and entertainment industries.
I'm only 16. I don't have a job; I don't need to worry about supporting my family. But the economy affects more than income. Here are examples of how the recession has affected our pop culture.
The Christmas dance was another sign of the resilience that East Middle School students have shown after this year's hurricane.
It looks as if those ancient Mayans were pretty sharp cookies after all. They figured out that this year was going to be a doozy.
As this year ends, the confusing tallies of homelessness in America persist. Take the federal perspective on the number of homeless in our country. Th...
Let's assume you don't have three minutes and 37 seconds to waste viewing Bieber's new video. Or let's assume that you're so steampunk, you don't even watch videos. In that case, below is my blow-by-blow account of the Bieb's new vid.
Looking to 2012, there are signs that we can keep hope alive and disappointment at bay -- or at least have a few good things to hear or to read.
Viral campaigns this year are fueling the Black Friday frenzy as never before. The most effective of these is the ad Macy's premiered online last week that has big fun with Bieber Fever.
Whether the young heartthrob will come out of it singing "the kid is not my son" or confessing "I am your father," doesn't really matter. Why?