Superstar and super-mom Pink (real name: Alecia Beth Moore) doesn't leave her kids at home when she tours. Her children with husband Carey Hart — Jameson, 18 months, and Willow, 7 — have…accompanied her on "Beautiful Trauma" tour since it kicked off last summer. As the singer told Reese Witherspoon on her new talk show, Shine With Reese, "Going on tour with children is really tricky. It’s exhausting. It’s the hardest thing I’ve ever done, But I’m very, very fortunate that I get to bring my kids with me and… >> Read More
In an interview with Recode published on Wednesday, Mark Zuckerberg got into the subject of "fake news." It didn't go well.
"As abhorrent as some of this content can be, I do think that it gets…down to this principle of giving people a voice," Zuckerberg said, adding that Facebook's guidelines of removing something from the platform are "if it’s going to result in real harm, real physical harm, or if you’re attacking individuals, then that content shouldn’t be on the platform." From there, the interviewer pushes him, asking, "'Sandy Hook… >> Read More
It’s possible you haven’t yet heard about RIE, the hottest new parenting trend, but trust us: You will.
RIE is an acronym for Resources for Infant Educarers (and, no, that’s not a typo).…It’s a parenting philosophy that is recently gaining traction, thanks to endorsements from celebrities such as Tobey Macguire, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Hank Azaria. The parenting method has been featured in articles in Vanity Fair and the New York Post, as if you need further proof that RIE has “arrived,” a new parenting center that’s… >> Read More
"Hold your babies tight tonight." If you're in enough mamas' groups on Facebook, you probably see a post like this every few weeks. Usually it's about someone's relative or best friend who tragically…lost her young child to something awful, like cancer. Seeing these posts makes me appreciate what I have. Of course it does. I'm grateful that my children are here and healthy, and dumping out Legos, screaming at each other, and pestering me for ice cream at 7:30 a.m. But (as you might be able to… >> Read More
Holocaust survivor Gena Turgel, born Gena Goldfinger in Krákow in 1923, died on June 7 at the age of 95. Turgel — known for her lifelong commitment to Holocaust education — treated Anne Frank in…the hospital of Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. Her survival story is remarkable: Along with her mother and four siblings, Turgel was forced into the Krákow ghetto in 1941. She first sent to the Płaszów labor camp, then forced to walk to Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp in 1944. Turgel was then was marched to Buchenwald and, from there,… >> Read More