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  • 'Cinderella' star balances theater with motherhood on tour

     'Cinderella' star balances theater with motherhood on tour
    Sometimes fairy tales do come true. Consider the life trajectory of Paige Faure, the actor-singer-dancer from Atlanta. Cinderella has played a starring role in her own life story — and not just because she has the title role in the musical version of the national tour (currently in Chicago through Jan. 4).
  • Why family meals are so hard but so important

     Why family meals are so hard but so important
    I want my family meals to look like the opening credits of "Parenthood" — everyone laughing and chatting and politely passing food to each other under the soft glow of flattering lights. I frequently want them to sound like the opening credits...

    Obama busts toy gender stereotypes

    Obama busts toy gender stereotypes
    Before he whipped the White House press corps and its Twitter followers into a lather by only taking questions from female journalists, President Obama was doing his part to bust gender barriers for a distinctly younger set. In a video making the rounds...

    Maggie Daley ice ribbon: Know before you go

     Maggie Daley ice ribbon: Know before you go
    Maggie Daley Park isn't the only fresh-frozen destination where families can break cabin fever over the school holiday. But its ice ribbon — an undulating quarter-mile loop rather than a standard rink — is the hottest in town. Read these...

    Most U.S. kids don't live in 'traditional' homes, and that's OK

    Most U.S. kids don't live in 'traditional' homes, and that's OK
    Less than half of American kids live in a "traditional" home, according to a new Pew Research Center analysis of 2013 American Community Survey data. Forty-six percent of children younger than 18 live with two heterosexual parents in their first...