Apparently our editor's 2-year-old daughter has money on purple.
The acclaimed children's book comes to the stage this Sunday, telling the story of childhood bravery amidst the Holocaust.
Today we look at LouisvilleFamilyFun.net and the lady behind it all, Stephanie White. Read on to see how this local transplant is trying to help answer the question - what can we do with the kids today?
LGBT individual and couples face a variety of special challenges throughout the process of adopting,fostering, and raising children.
Today we take a look at TheMommyNest.com, and local entrepreneur Whitney Boyles Trowbridge, who want to give back to the community and help parents raise well-balanced, healthy kids.
Are you looking for something to keep your mind fresh over the summer? Check out the New Albany-Floyd County Public Library reading program.
Marriage is all about almost tireless planning but it is worth it: from the ceremony, to cohabitation, to kids, to growing old with the person you managed to convince to go on a second date.
Stage One presents a fun musical for kids involving a spunky sister and a new brother in Junie B. Jones, set to begin this weekend.
Come get your Oaks/Derby dress (and a mini Derby dress for little girl) at the Milly and Milly Mini trunk show at Clodhoppers today from 10am-7pm.
Losing your hair for no reason? Blame it on your genes, or good causes.
Looking for a fun filled Christmas event that benefits a great cause? Be sure to join Home of the Innocents for a Toyland Christmas light show. Last year featured 80,000+ christmas lights that were coordinated to the beat of Christmas music.
After my home was burglarized this week, more than shattered glass needed mending: a child's reaction to trauma and the possible repercussions.