Whether its college or grade school, everyone would LOVE to look their best and have everything they need to start the school year off right. Far as clothes, I remember when I was in school I would wear my recently new school clothes the first week, but would break out the New New the following […]

Photos courtesy of Edith Williams of Diamond Digital Portraits Mario, Raheem DeVaughn, CJ Hilton, Paula Campbell and more performed for Baltimore’s youth last night at the “Benefit for Baltimore’s Children” presented by Living Classrooms Foundation and the Mario Do Right Foundation! Last night’s event was held at the Hippodrome. Proceeds from the concert will go towards Living Classrooms’ education and […]

If you have kids, you want to make sure they grow up fit and healthy. But you also know it’s hard to juggle work, family, and physical activity-for you alone, never mind for you and your kids. Setting a healthy example is a good start; research shows that parents who are physically active increase the […]

Via: Baltimore Sun The NAACP of Baltimore organized a discussion yesterday at Union Baptist Church that included state and city education officials to confront bullying in school during Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week. The Board of Education, Baltimore Teacher’s Union and the Baltimore City Public School System were also in attendance. Maryland first lady Katie […]

VIA: As a parent, the things you do and say have a tremendous influence on your child’s behavior. Encourage your child to live a healthy lifestyle by talking the talk and walking the walk. Don’t know where to start? Here are a few ideas. Eat Right There are many ways to assure that you […]

VIA: It’s been many years since I had to prepare lunches for schoolchildren. But I did do it for more than a decade, and mostly on a budget. With hot lunches at many schools being costly or of poor nutritional value, it is certainly wiser and healthier to pack your own. While there is […]