Are there any drop-side cribs left that haven't been recalled?
Two more crib recalls were announced by the Consumer Product Safety Commission today, including 217,000 Graco-branded LaJobi drop-side cribs.
Saturday mornings are full of activities at our house. Soccer, baseball, basketball, dance -- it's always a flurry of logistics.
This Saturday morning is also the Illinois Marathon, which is complicating our lives.
We missed TV Turnoff week.
Technically, it’s now Turnoff Week, or Screen-Free Week, but we didn’t turn off our computers or video games, either.
You may have noticed the blue cut-outs of children near high-profile intersections around Champaign County.
If you're been wondering whether young children can volunteer at the Million Meals for Haiti event this weekend, the answer is yes.
It’s a big weekend in Champaign-Urbana, with Roger Ebert’s Film Festival, the Relay for Life, March of Dimes walk and the Million Meals for Haiti event.
I was at a local bookstore the other day and noticed a nice display of earth-friendly books for kids.
A surprising variety was available -- I guess marketers have caught on to this environmental thing. Dora, Curious George, Blue, Fancy Nancy and even Mickey Mouse have all gone green.
On Sunday, in the most perfect running weather possible, I finally tested my running (er, jogging) abilities on the actual Illinois Marathon 5K route.
There won't be any Secret Service agents lurking at University High School's graduation next month. No presidential motorcades or hordes of photographers (aside from proud parents).
It's spring in Champaign-Urbana, and that means lots to do this weekend inside and out.