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  • Taste of Atlanta
    Taste of Atlanta Kicks off This Weekend
    Get out the elastic pants. The Taste of Atlanta is back in town. Kicking off tonight with a kickoff party, the midtown festival continues Saturday 10/25 and Sunday 10/26. Taste of Atlanta is the city's premier food, wine, beer & cocktail...
  • Trick or Treat in Downtown Naperville
    Downtown Naperville Trick or Treat celebration
    The Halloween celebration begins a little early in Downtown Naperville this weekend. On Sunday, October 26, Downtown Naperville will be filled with little ones in their best costumes. From 11 am till 1 pm, the Downtown Naperville Alliance will...
  • Nathan Deal and Jason  Carter
    Deal vs. Carter debate, Faith & Freedom Coalition voter guide
    There is a date set for Sunday October 26, 2014 for another debate between Governor Nathan Deal and a name-sake of former President Jimmy Carter. The debate will be sponsored by WSB-TV Channel 2 at 6:30 PM. Set your recorder if you do not plan to...
  • Halloween recipes for families with spirit
    Halloween recipes for families with spirit
    Your family will cackle with excitement when they see the table set with these tantalizing Halloween treats. The recipes and handy tools to make them are layed out for you in this thrilling list that your friends will be dying to get their hands...
  • Food day is here
    Food day is here
    Who does not like food? Food is needed for the survival of living things. Food inspires us, brings out creativity, and brings us closer together. On October 24, we celebrate food day.Food day is about growing our own food, eating healthy food and...
  • Mulit-Generation Reading
    8 Ways to Create a Language Rich Environment
    A language rich environment is critical in early childhood development. Research confirms that children who are exposed to lot of talking using a wide variety of vocabulary develop better expressive and receptive language skills than those who are...
  • Halloween: The season
    Halloween: The season
    Halloween was once a single night event, but now Halloween is a season that lasts the entire month of October. Pumpkin patches with tons of activities and inflatables, corn mazes, haunted houses, haunted events at amusement parks, fall festivals...
  •  Four Ways to Make Halloween Special for Your Special Needs Child
    Four Ways to Make Halloween Special for Your Special Needs Child
    Halloween is a difficult time for many children with special needs because of:Changes in their routines.Sensory overload from noises, costumes, decorations and lighting.Lack of social skills for trick or treating.Food sensitivities or limited...
  • Ebola: what to tell your children
    Ebola: what to tell your children
    It’s frightening what kind of diseases are out there today. With terrorists running around loose and ailments popping up everywhere, how do we assure our children that they are safe? The latest scare was the Ebola virus. This virus came to...
  • Faith & Freedom Coalition
    Faith and Freedom Coalition: Nunn vs. Perdue in Georgia
    On November 4, 2014 – the final votes will be cast to determine who will represent Georgia in the US Senate.The Faith and Freedom Coalition has issued a voting guide card explaining the stand of both Michelle Nunn and David Perdue on issues...
  • 23 Blast, vision comes from within
    23 Blast, friendship and determination beyond the gridiron
    In some communities, football is life. Starting at a young age, the boys of fall form a bond that cannot be unbroken. Even when tragedy strikes, the connection formed on the football field can outlast any tragedy. The movie, 23 Blast, epitomizes...
  • Child's ideal mother
    Child's ideal mother, Part II
    Part I dealt with a half dozen traits children indicated they valued in their mothers. Part II is a continuation of these traits: 1. Patience. A child like to know that the person he/she loves recognizes their shortcomings and will be patient with...
  • Child's ideal mother
    A child's ideal mother
    As early as 1 or 2 years of age, a child is building what is an “ideal” of mother based, in large part, by how her/his mother responds to them. This ideal of is based, in part, on what her/his mother is, other mothers the child comes in contact...
  • pumpkins
    The best apple orchards and pumpkin farms in Atlanta and North Georgia
    October is in full swing, so that means Halloween is in the air in and around Atlanta. To get your family into the spirit of fall and the spooktacular holiday, below are some awesome apple orchards, pumpkin patches and corn mazes that are all...
  • Gummies
    Dentist lists worst Halloween candy for children’s teeth
    Broken teeth and bleeding gums might make for a creepy Halloween costume, but an emergency visit to the dentist is no treat. Along with jack o’ lanterns, costumes and cobwebs, nothing says Halloween like a large stash of trick- or- treating...