A bargain is great when you get what you think you are getting. But when that deal comes with a surprise, you may be getting more than you bargained for!
Disney's first African-American princess has her appeal, but the movie fails to create the same magic as "Aladdin's" Princess Jasmine and the book-hungry Belle from "Beauty and the Beast." After all, I'm not sure if little girls are going to want to dress up as a frog for next year's Halloween.
If you need guidance choosing great reads for this holiday season, I have done the work for you and highlighted the best in three categories: men, women, and children.
I'm a writer. This week I nursed a kid back to health and watched way too much children's television. I am truly disturbed.
This new Disney movie -- along with grossing millions, I'm sure -- has the ability to break down some serious color lines in our society. All I can say is, finally.
This is a movie for adults masquerading as a movie for kids. Here's why.
My friends constantly ask me why I haven't taken my 14-month-old to Disneyland yet. The answer is simple. I'm not INSANE.