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 […]

Riverdale Flashback First Look: See the Teens Play Their Parents in New Photos

Riverdale is turning back the clock in Season 3… and it turns out that Archie and the gang look pretty fly in ’90s fashions. (“Fly” was a compliment back in the ’90s, you see.) In the CW teen drama’s Nov. 7 episode, titled “The Midnight Club,” we flash back to when the Riverdale parents were […]

Single Parents Video: Angie and Poppy Talk Sleepovers (Adult and Otherwise)

When you’re a single mom, sleepovers can be both blessing and curse. Allow Single Parents‘ Poppy and Angie to explain. In this exclusive sneak peek at Wednesday’s episode (ABC, 9:30/8:30c), the women discuss how the nights that their kids spend at friends’ houses allow for the moms to have a little co-ed social time  — aka […]

Coparenting 101: 17 Helpful Strategies for Divorced Parents

When people separate or divorce, one of their biggest challenges is coparenting their children together. As a Marriage and Family Therapist in Chicago, I often see divorced parents struggle with how to raise their children together. One parent has a certain set of rules, and the other does it completely differently. It can be a […]

YouTube Kids lets parents choose what their children watch

YouTube has added two new features to its Kids app, both of which give parents more control over what their children are watching. First, parents now have the option to limit what their kids watch to just what they approve. After parents select “approved content only” in their child’s profile, that child won’t be able […]