UT Austin has partnered with the U.S. Holocaust Museum to host the traveling exhibit “The Nazi Olympics: Berlin 1936,” July 6 through
While members of Generation Z and Millennials (16 to 34 year olds) continue to litter more than any other age groups, some Texas high
In late May, the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) formally began screening all babies born in Texas for 24 additional
On Thursday, July 30, Dairy Queen celebrates its 10th annual Miracle Treat Day benefiting Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals (CMN).
Q. Tiger Parenting and Free Range Parenting?My wife and I differ on how our children—ages 9, 11 and 14—will spend their summer. I
If you are considering home schooling, you are living in the right state to start! With an estimated 300,000 children being home schooled,
A trip to the park. A sweet lullaby. Counting goldfish. These familiar, everyday activities might seem like just pleasant time-fillers,
by Sherida Mock Nineteen years ago, Matt Hinsley was new to Austin and looking to build a community by and for classical guitarists.
by Sherida Mock Need to beat the Central Texas heat? Try going underground, to the glorious subterranean world just beneath our feet.
It’s no surprise that accidents happen, even when we’re trying to be careful. But because we’re outside more and the days are longer,
Interview by Sherida Mock A world-class developmental research facility operates right in our own backyard, but how many of us know about
I’m not a “kid person.” I spent most of my life thinking kids were little aliens who could attack at any moment, and my
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Here in Central Texas, many families are dealing with their fair share of coughs, colds and fevers. Many viruses cycle their way through