If you haven't heard of Minecraft, I don't know what to say to you. Ever since it came onto the larger scene in 2011, the gamer's game is something of a cult for kids of a certain age. And it has its fair share of grown up fans, too.
Some 54 million copies later, Minecraft is a firm parent favourite, touted with developing kids' "math, logic, and readings skills."
When it comes to pop/rock/whatever stars, Pink marches to the beat of her own drummer — always has. So it's no surprise that when she was the subject of some body shaming on social media, she didn't take that shit lying down.
We've all been there... well, sort of. In the flurry of excitement, your toddler—a writhing critter in his own right—is pointing and madly clambering to look at the zoo animals in the enclosure.
You may hoist him into your arms to get a better view of the world's fastest land mammals. What you don't do is dangle him over the edge of the exhibit where he slips 10, 12 feet down, into the lair of cheetahs.
We all know that the path to weight loss depends upon healthy eating and regular exercise. Yet for those of us who need more guidance, which diet is most effective when it comes to losing weight and keeping it off? A new study may have the answer.
A creative dad, who assembled an outdoor fort out of cardboard, had his parade rained on by city officials in Ogden, Utah. Apparently Jeremy Trentelman contravened local building codes by having “waste materials or junk” in his yard.
Do you remember your prom? Part of the excitement is about choosing the perfect outfit—whatever that looks like. In my case, it was a gold lame dress recycled from the '70s by a friend's mom... But now a Louisiana teen may not get a chance to attend her special night after the principal deemed her own fashion choice unacceptable.
Whoever says cartoonists can't be subversive and hilarious at the same time clearly hasn't heard of Gemma Correll. The 30-year-old British cartoonist tackles feminism with a sharp stick and never fails to hit the funny bone where it hurts.
Imagine you're at the screening of Cinderella with your tween, and you know it's one of the last times you'll do this for a while since your husband was just laid off, then a couple of teen sisters ruin the show by giggling and kicking your seat throughout. You politely ask them to stop, and even confront them afterward, and they ignore you. So far, so commonplace.
Just shy of her third birthday, a little girl named Dolly Shivani Cherukuri has broken archery records in her country for firing 36 arrows at a target five metres away, and then again at a distance of seven metres. The feat has made her the youngest Indian to "score more than 200 points at a trial event."
Amy's Kitchen, Inc. has voluntarily recalled select products from its range for fears that its organic spinach may be contaminated with Listeria.
Listeria infection can prove fatal in young children or the elderly, and may cause miscarriages and stillbirths in pregnant women and health concerns for healthy individuals. Symptoms include "high fever, severe headache, stiffness, nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea." Food may show no signs of contamination.
Health Canada, the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (US CPSC), and Spinrite Limited Partnership have jointly recalled the above yarn products, which once crocheted or knitted may unravel or snag and form a loop, posing an entrapment hazard to young children.