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Playing on Planes: In-Flight Entertainment Tips for Flying with Kids

by guest blogger Andeep Singh, documentarian and television and Web video producer I flew my first plane at age 6. Well, kind of. It was on a transatlantic flight to London, England. The captain invited some others kids and me on the flight to visit the cockpit, and even let me (fake) fly the plane! […]

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The Healing Power of Regenerative Organic Agriculture

September 20, 2015 marked 25 years since my father, Robert Rodale, was killed in a car accident in Russia. If on that fateful day someone would have asked him what his legacy was to be, I know for a fact he would have answered: “Regenerative organic agriculture.” To him, organic alone was not enough. He […]

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Roma for the Preschooler

by guest blogger Andeep Singh, documentarian and television and Web video producer Before heading to Rome this summer, I read all the books and blogs I could find about what to do in the city with kids. Most of the tips focused on how to manage babies (who, let’s face facts, don’t have the most […]

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How Was Your Fire, Honey?

by guest blogger George DeVault, author of FIRE CALL! a volunteer firefighter’s memoir “How often do you get a fire call?” people ask all the time. There’s no easy answer. A week or more may go by without a fire call. Then we’ll get two within 30 minutes. The timing of fire calls is wildly […]

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The True Story of the Man Who Invented the Dimmer

One of the many things we take for granted these days—our ability to dim the lights to create a romantic mood or the perfect dinner party ambiance—was once a dream in the mind of my uncle. I am blessed to come from an interesting family, and my uncle Joel Spira, founder and CEO of Lutron, […]

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Simple Is Better, Or Spiderman Does Cry

by guest blogger Renee James, humorist and blogger A few months ago, I wrote about my newly adopted philosophy of life: “Nothing Is Easy.” At this point, I’d like to add a corollary: “Simple Is Better.” Given a choice between an overwrought, tortured approach to a problem, or a direct, hands-on solution, simple is better. […]

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Standing on the Frontlines: Parenthood Rx

by guest blogger Robyn O’Brien, author and former financial and food-industry analyst The last few weeks have brought about a flurry of headlines for 21st-century parents: A new food allergy study suggested that we should be feeding our babies peanuts after a prior study suggested the opposite. A Girl Scout troop in Houston, made up […]

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Skiing the Conditions of Parenthood

by guest blogger Renee James, humorist and blogger About 15 years ago, I wrote a column about my boys and the day one of our gerbils died. Like most stories I wrote about my sons, it taught me a great deal about them, even more about myself and about why most of what I often […]

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