Mother-of-five Jen Levinson has made a name for herself doling out the latest in parenting tips and family-oriented products.
And the snobbiest of the snobby live in Pasadena!
What began as an outlet for one local woman to document her fight against breast cancer will soon be a source of support and insight for others facing a similar diagnosis.
Mothers across Southern California, as well as the nation, are finding support and a place to vent in a quickly-growing online community.
I can’t promise that all of these are authentic (a church sign generator online is pretty hilarious), but having spent a couple of years in the Midwest and the South, I wouldnt bet against them […]
The banner reads “Welcome Home GRACE Plus One.”
A 27-year-old Murrieta soldier died Monday, just days before he was scheduled to return home.
There is an accent to the voice. “Sandra …?” She says my last name but it sounds like “Michelle” not “Mitchell.” There is a familiar strain to the words. A voice filled with everything that is urgent and meaningful in the world.
I have been writing my blog for a few weeks now, so I thought it was time to introduce you to my son, Griffin.
Adele has confirmed that she isn’t taking a five year break from music stardom.
Get the info on celebs and musicians on the GRAMMY red carpet and what they’re wearing!
On Twitter, Sal LaBarbera is a popular LA detective known as LA Murder Cop. But a tweet he recently sent to his 3,265 followers — showing a bloody crime scene — has some questioning if it’s appropriate to show something so graphic on social media.
I was the girl who proclaimed and promised: “I’ll never get a tattoo.” “No.” I thought as I noticed the butterfly on the cool mom’s back at the pool in Palm Springs, “Not for me.” […]
The surgeon uses a blue sharpie to write the word “yes” on the right side of my chest. She is indicating where to operate.Yes, I whisper to myself, an affirmation.
Many of you might wonder why I am publicizing such a personal journey. I do it because it’s not just my story. It is the story of the 2.5 million women in the U.S. who are breast cancer survivors.