Unless you are an angst-ridden teenager you probably enjoy spending time with your family. Even though we love our parents and brothers and sisters - that does not mean we get along all the time and that we enjoy long amounts of time together.
I know times have changed - but when I was a kid I would leave the house in the morning and not come home sometimes until dinner. Apparently today that is child endangerment! Recently a mother was arrested for letting her 7 year old son go to the park alone.
Thanks to my kids - we all know that it is not exactly enjoyable or relaxing traveling with kids. But that doesn't mean you can't try to make it nice. But it is summertime and you are probably planning some fun trip in the next few weeks, so how do you plan a perfect road trip?
Jump Company presents Brigadoon at Canyon Ridge High School, June 24-27 at 7:30 and June 28 at 2:00pm and 7:30.
Tickets are just $10 and you can purchase advance tickets on Jump Company's website. You can also get tickets at Kurts Pharmacy, The Mail Room, The Gyro Shop, Superior Office Supplies in Buhl or at the door of any performance at Canyon Ride High School...
Filer High School Drama department is putting on the musical production "Phantom of the Soap Opera" April 17th,18th and 19th at the Filer Middle School Auditorium.
The cost is $4/adult, $3/student, $2/child under the age of twelve or fifteen dollars for a family pass...
Last Thursday and Friday I spent at least a full 4 hours trying to play Mary Had a Little Lamb on the Google Les Paul Guitar.
In case you missed it, Google changed the logo on its homepage to look like a LES PAUL guitar, in honor of Les Paul's birthday. And you could actually use your mouse to strum the guitar and record songs. It was awesome. People loved it so much that according to a technolog
Playgrounds seem to be a lot safer today than they used to be. You remember sliding down rusty slides into piles of fiberglass and asbestos. Now they're all plastic, and there's no rusty metal or splintering wood.
Here's an interesting theory from an early childhood specialist in Melbourne from News.com.au, Australia named Prue Walsh. She thinks that by making playground equipment SO safe . . .