Those facing the new world of contemplating whose Christmas festivities the kids will attend and what holiday traditions can survive the transition have it particularly hard. Rebecca Myers helps navigate some of the holiday stress.
Sometimes the financial stress that comes with the giving season can ruin the experience.
I trust that everyone had a good thanksgiving. Now, with this holiday behind us, I wanted to shed some light on a few issues.
Bad Santa 2 is a sequel that will make some people laugh until it hurts I really liked Bad Santa. The film is naturally kind of raunchy but mixes in some genuine heart. The main character is more than what he seems and once the film ends he is a different person. This film did very well…
All I wanted for Christmas was no family drama. I didn’t get it.
‘We Wish Ewe a Merry Christmas’ Uses simple characters to tell some heartwarming storiesShaun the Sheep is a really good character. He first appeared in the Wallace and Gromit short A Close Shave in 1995. He showed up again in Shopper 13 a short film from the Wallace and Gromit Cracking Contraptions series in 2002. Since…
Oklahoma Poet Laureate Benjamin Myers reflects on the pleasures and discontents of rural life.
A tale of ancient yuletide horror gets a modern update.
Gay son receives sage advice from Mom.
Can mankind put aside greed and envy in the New Year and focus on self-awareness and solving problems instead?
A beautiful story of Christmas kindness and how social media can be an instrument in social good.
Embed from Getty ImagesSteve Austin’s shame no longer defines him. He has moved on, and so has his family. My four year old son had been begging for his first dog for months. With Christmas nearly here, he was upping the intensity daily. The final straw for me was his cry of, “Will you stop being…
It’s not what you think.
Can you focus on the needs in your life instead of just the wants?
What can toys teach us about human existence? Ed Madden reflects on the lessons his favorite childhood toy has taught him as a man.
Matthew Rozsa asks: If you don’t believe in global warming, how do you explain our snowless December?