Tom Burns loves spending time with his daughter, but wishes people wouldn’t romanticize their relationship.
Tom Burns thinks that no matter where you work, you’ll relate to the wonderful (and sometimes terrible) colleagues on Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
The movie studio behind the new Ghostbusters movie is probably going to make some ignorant, sexist mistakes when it comes to marketing the film. This is an early intervention.
How can Amazon.com produce a show as inclusive as “Transparent” and yet run a discount program that argues that moms (and moms alone) represent families? It’s time for that to change…
Not every kids’ book is the right fit for every kid. But there are certain types of books that every kid should encounter when they’re young.
What do you do when your young daughter proclaims her love for Princess Leia’s metallic slave bikini? You have it animated, of course…
There are many, many reasons for the holiday season, but, just because commercialization is gross, that doesn’t mean that we should forget how positive and constructive toys can be in the right hands.
Tom Burns wasn’t particularly good at improv comedy, but improv did teach him a valuable lesson that has served him well as a father.
Will Ferrell’s “Elf” is a wonderful film to watch with your family over the holidays, as long as you don’t pay any attention to the actual story…
If your child asked “What’s your favorite part of your body?”, what would your answer tell them about self-esteem and your own personal body image issues?
…put on a Princess Leia costume, of course.
Like most ’80s geeks, Tom Burns spent his childhood coveting the ability to time travel. But, once he became a father, everything changed…
Hollywood heavyweight Paul Lazarus shifts gears and draws attention to a mind-bendingly brilliant invention that could save the lives of hundreds of millions.
Many people feel strongly that father-daughter “dates” are an important tool for teaching girls how they should expect to be treated by the opposite sex, but does the same rationale apply for mothers and sons?
Not all kids’ shows are created equal, but this Disney Channel cartoon is one of the best and has two big reasons why grown-ups should be excited about its upcoming episodes.
The new family-friendly Scooby Doo movie, “Frankencreepy,” curses Daphne by making her fat. What kind of message does that send to our kids?