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Jail as a Life Goal

Programs like City Year and Americorps can give children hope for the future but are currently threatened by budget cuts.

Tales of Toilet Training

Many parents feel pressured to potty train their kids as soon as they turn 2--but if they're not ready, it's probably not worth it.

Up With Trees Is So Much More than Planting

An interview with volunteer John Kahre about the nonprofit's educational programs.

It's All About the Cake

Whether the cake is store bought or homemade, your birthday kid will love it. But here are some simple recipes to try if you'd like to make a cake from scratch!

Hip Mom Tries Botox

With so many options, it’s good to know where to invest my skincare dollars

Holland Hall Breaks Ground for Commons Area

The $20-million project is designed to further enhance the sense of community already present at Holland Hall.

Summer Reading With the Tulsa Library

Five facts, five features, and five books to prepare you for the Tulsa Library's Summer Reading Program

Cover Kids Then and Now

Summer Bucket List

From visiting museums to throwing rocks in a stream, here are 30 ways to while away the summer.

Parental Controls for Internet Safety Access

Parents don't have to feel powerless when it comes to keeping their kids safe online.

Top 10 Internet Safety Tips

Concert Safety

After the Manchester attack, many parents may be nervous about sending their children to concerts alone. Although it's impossible to prepare for every situation, here are some ways to help keep them safe.