The federal government, having observed shameless efforts by mass-media marketers to use children to separate parents from their money, has had to step in repeatedly over the past 40-plus years with laws and regulations to stop this kind of exploitation.
A Hollywood actor used his talents as a classically trained musician to present a high-energy and dramatic scriptural interpretation in the Diocese of Sioux City.
There is no getting around fasting during Lent.
This spring, the National Gallery of Art in Washington hosts “Della Robbia: Sculpting With Color in Renaissance Florence,” a rare exhibit of some 40 works of painted terracotta sculpture, mostly the creation of three generations of the renowned della Robbia family of artists.
Catholic entertainer Harry Connick Jr. doesn’t see his new daytime television show “Harry” as a talk show. The New Orleans-born-and-bred pianist, singer and actor often refers to the daily hourlong show as “a party.”
For adults complaining about America’s youth being saturated in media usage, it appears the apple hasn’t fallen far from the iPad.
The American Academy of Pediatrics issued a new policy statement in October, saying that the younger children are, the less time they need in front of screens.