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A Baskin-Robbins store in Vallejo, California, faced a double scoop of trouble last Wednesday when a shirtless thief hurled a rock through the store’s side door and made off with $175 worth of merchandise.
Not cash or a safe. Not office equipment or pawnable electronics.
Ice cream cakes. Seven of them, to be precise.
The store’s security cameras captured the entire scene (see the video link below). The store owner made the surveillance video available to the public via its Facebook page. She ...
A mom went head-to-head with a teacher who had told her son and his classmates last week — during the first week of school — that they were not permitted to use the “biased” Fox News in their schoolwork for a global studies class at Hunterdon Central Regional High School (HCRHS) in Flemington, New Jersey.
The mother, who spoke exclusively with LifeZette on the condition of anonymity, wrapped up a series of meetings with various school officials over the past week. The teacher had originally t...
The Duke Men’s Project, sponsored by Duke University’s Women’s Center, is a nine-week program charged with “interrogating masculinity through an intersectional lens.” No, we’re not making this up. This college program is currently recruiting two groups of about 15 “male-identified or masculine-of-center” students to participate in a learning community, and the deadline for applying is 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 15, 2017.
The group is dedicated to “interrogating male privilege and patriarchy,” says ...
A New Jersey mom is taking action this week to protect her son from what she believes is inappropriate bias by a teacher against conservative-leaning students in a high school global studies course.
The mother, who spoke exclusively to LifeZette, said her actions include talking to the principal and involving an attorney if that proves necessary.
The mom this week posted a note to her Facebook page that a global studies teacher at the Hunterdon Central Regional High School (HCRHS) in Flemingt...
Shaming faith-forward women and stomping on conservative political values has long been the unapologetic hallmark of Cosmopolitan magazine. True to form, in its latest assault on women, Cosmo’s advisers-on-high have instructed men to discontinue the time-honored tradition of asking the father of ...
It’s rude and it needs to stop. There, I’ve said it.
If your teenager is planning on trick-or-treating this Halloween — you’re part of the problem.
Yes, I’m looking at you, mom of the immature teen who is still more like a child than a teenager. And you, too, mom or dad of those hulking football players or agile soccer players who “just want to have some fun” this fall
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By using the humble Cheerio as a pill-stand-in, you can teach your child to safely swallow medication. Say goodbye to endless spoons and ugly fights over nasty-tasting medicine!
Undeniably cool Americana – that is the vibe you’ll encounter when you stroll through Flemington’s neighborhoods, shops, eateries, historical venues and artsy enclaves. From kitschy little diners to hole-in-the-wall curiosity shops, this town of fewer than 5000 residents lives and breathes Americana. Contemporary Americana in its restaurants. Classic Americana in its shops and historical venues. And cool Americana throughout.
Mass media might actually become safer for little eyes soon. Why? Recent research has debunked the long-held, intuitively-obvious-but-actually-wrong assumption that sex sells. As it turns out, it doesn't.