Tell us: What’s something you wish more people understood about autism?
Considering this month is an important time to learn more about autism, we thought we’d ask you, our readers and viewers: If any of you have a close connection to autism spectrum disorder (perhaps you’ve been diagnosed, or you have a friend or child with autism), is there anything you wish more people understood?
Will the U.S. men blow their chance for a World Cup spot, like they did for the 2018 event?
Nearly five years after the United States men’s national soccer team famously blew a spot in the 2018 World Cup by losing to a vastly inferior Trinidad and Tobago squad in October of 2017 in the final game of qualifying, the moment of redemption has finally arrived for the Americans.
Competibility: Finding your purrr-fect match
It’s that time of year when love is in the air. Can you remember back to what drew you to your special someone? Was it their energy? Their smile? Or their adorable face? Did you find each other in person, or did you swipe right to virtually meet your match?
What’s up with Hallmark Christmas movies, and why are some Boomers so obsessed with them?
As an aging millennial who has the privilege of living with my parents while I save up to buy a house in this crazy housing market, I’ve noticed something about my parents that I had no clue about, previously: They’re obsessed with Hallmark Christmas movies.
How theater can serve as therapy for young children
LOS ANGELES, CA. (Ivanhoe Newswire) - Every day 33 babies are born in the United States with permanent hearing loss. If not identified early, it’s almost impossible for many of them to acquire the fundamental language, social and cognitive skills to succeed in school and in society. One woman is helping thousands of children with hearing loss thrive by using the theater as therapy.
Looking ahead to the College Football Playoff? This ‘RSVP’ concept is brilliant
Attending a major sporting event can be overwhelming: You might have to fly or embark on a road trip just to get there, depending on the location of course, and consider your accommodations and where you’ll stay, eat and how you’ll get around.
‘What We Do in the Shadows’ is the spookiest (and funniest) TV show you should be watching right now
You’d probably never think that a “mockumentary”-style TV show about a group of vampires who are roommates would be enjoyable, but somehow, FX’s “What We Do in the Shadows” is the funniest TV show you’re probably not watching.