Many children who grow up "having it all" find themselves burdened by a notorious surname, being recognized by nearly everyone as "so-and-so's child." And when that parent is in the news -- observed, scrutinized -- so, too, is the child.
Ultimately, what kids watch isn't up to the MPAA. In truth, the responsibility for monitoring children's viewing of films lies with parents, who should investigate movies thoroughly before introducing them to any underage child.
My favorite events were two cooking demonstrations with kids that I was able to participate in. The first was a demo in my own neighborhood of Harlem, called Fun and Fit in the City, and another was a demo in AOL & Huffington Post's Oasis in the Dream Hotel Downtown.
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