The COVID-19 logjam is finally breaking in movies, so 2022 is going to be a big year at the local multiplex. Here’s a look at some of the big movies I’m excited about, and a few I’m not, in alphabetical order. Current release dates are included, but needless to say, all are subject to the Wh… Read More ⇒

Jones Smith, a sixth-grade student in Pittsburgh, got his first dose of the COVID vaccine in November after the FDA authorized the emergency use of the COVID vaccine for 5- to 11-year-olds. He got his second shot two weeks later. In this interview with iGeneration Youth reporter, Gabby Henne… Read More ⇒

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Four-year-old Eliana Hernandez was looking around her grandmother’s attic in Raymore, Missouri, when she found a well-worn teddy bear stored in her mother’s old toy box. The poor little guy had been up there alone, with no friends, for years and years — ever since her moth… Read More ⇒

This isn’t Michelle Lander Feinberg’s first time telling Cooper’s story. In the previous book of this duology, “Please Don’t Tell Cooper He’s a Dog,” the reader was first introduced to Cooper’s antics. It seems that the loveable, oversized rescue dog doesn’t know how to ... well, be a dog. R… Read More ⇒

The Cold War may have ended, but one of its greatest conflicts still lives on — at least on paper. There has been no formal treaty ending the 1950-53 Korean War, meaning North Korea and its ally China have technically been at war with U.S.-led forces and South Korea for more than seven decades. Read More ⇒