Based on the popular Broadway musical, "Cats" is about people who are made to look like feline creatures.
December is a great time of year to talk about generosity and sharing. Here are three picture book recommendations from the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library.
The latest in our date night series
Take to the ice at one of these local ice-skating rinks.
A Triangle youth shares his experiences and his dad praises the benefits of them.
The latest 'Father Figuring' column
The latest 'College Transitions' column
The latest "Families Managing Media" column
The latest "Thrive" column tackles stress during the Christmas season
There is an old Yiddish saying; “Man plans, God laughs”. Life can be unpredictable, and set you on a path for a greater purpose; this is my journey.
From macarons to 'Yule Logs'
Your baby's flattened head shape could be more than a cosmetic concern.
The Better Business Bureau serving Eastern North Carolina presents Scambusters game to a Wake Forest High School class.
Funds will go toward wetland restoration and enhancing outdoor learning.
A few minutes of brief, intense exercise may be as effective as lengthier walks or other moderate workouts.
The magic of the holiday season sparkles in this eastern Tennessee town
The latest 'Daddy Derek' column
Magic of Christmas, Cuba at Discovery Place, and more
We spoke to the experts
This traditional birthing option has evolved to meet the needs of today’s pregnant moms
'Frozen 2' brings back Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Olaf the snowman and Sven the reindeer—from the snow-capped city of Arendelle in Norway
Concerts, stage shows, and more
Weighing the pros and cons of welcoming Alexa or Google Assistant into your home
'I truly love what I’ve built and I’m thankful every day for the opportunity to continue baking.'
It keeps on giving for the year ahead
Train rides offer nice mix of fun and function for families.
A local dad remembers his childhood and tries to readjust to modern parenting.
Here are four tips for helping our children develop independence and confidence, rather than clearing their path.
Helping children handle the strongest of feelings
Kids can build video games, get active, or do a little bit of everything