Parents outraged after children hit the stage in KKK costumes in Arizona

Parents are furious at an Arizona high school, after their kids dressed up in hooded Ku Klux Klan robes for a school play. But the school insists that it meant no harm, and that the play isn’t actually racist. A high school play at the Arizona State University Preparatory Academy in Phoenix last Friday shocked […]

Ratings: Single Parents Hits Season Low, Chicago P.D. Rises With Fall Finale

ABC’s Single Parents this Wednesday drew 3.37 million total viewers and a 0.8 demo rating, ticking down on both counts to match and hit series lows. A Million Little Things (3.2 mil/0.7) and American Housewife (4 mil/0.9) also dipped, while The Goldbergs (4.9 mil/1.2) and Modern Family (4.9 mil/1.3) were steady. Elsewhere…. CBS | Criminal […]

Quotes of the Week: Arrow, HTGAWM, Riverdale, Single Parents and More

With only a few hours left until the People’s Choice Awards air on E!, we’d like to hand out some accolades of our own. (But we’re skipping the nominees and going straight to the winners, because rules were made to be broken.) This time around, our Quotes of the Week gallery includes Riverdale‘s time warp, Maggie’s […]

The young stars of ‘Riverdale’ are playing their parents on the 90s flashback episode — here’s how they compare

Dean Buscher/The CW Warning: Spoilers ahead for season three, episode four of “Riverdale” titled, “The Midnight Club.”  “Riverdale’s” flashback episode did not disappoint. Alice sat down with Betty to tell her a story from the parents’ junior year of high school. To depict young versions of the adults, the young cast of The CW’s “Riverdale” […]

Ford Expands Paid Time Off for New Parents

Wages may have stagnated, but companies know they can still curry the public’s favor by other means. Because corporations aren’t people, despite the government saying otherwise, they can’t really be good or evil. This frequently results in meaningless pandering, perplexing business decisions, or disingenuous marketing that pushes an empty moral narrative in an attempt to […]

Her Parents Wanted Her to Land a Cushy Job. She Wanted to Build Their Legacy

Editor’s Note: This article is part of an oral-history series where Aaron Reiss interviewed the young-adult sons and daughters of Chinatown shopkeepers about how they are helping to keep their families’ businesses alive. Olympia Moy, a 35-year-old with a background in nonprofit work and advocacy who helps manage her parents’ music school, shares the struggle […]