Saturday Dec 14
Medical News Today
Kids' movies guilty of mixed messages about eating habits
There is an uncomfortable truth about kids' movies. For all their shiny cartoon cuteness, catchy tunes and lovable characters, they are sending mixed messages to the very youngsters they seek to entertain, say researchers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
It's a very merry Can-do Christmas
Alvin and the Chipmunks are just some of the celebrity groups making an appearance at the annual Can-do Theatre Christmas Special Thursday December, 12th at One Kids Place.
Kids movies send mixed messages about eating habits and obesity
In a world where animals often take the place of humans, sugar-sweetened beverages, exaggerated portion sizes and unhealthy snacks are common.
Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch
'Glee' recap: The Talented Mr. Kringle
Kurt, Rachel and Santana find themselves enamored by a sexy Santa; the New Directions get competitive about tree-decorating and Bible reenactments If you are dealing with friends who are pestering you about why you still watch Glee , I implore you to not mention tonight's episode for fear of revealing the truth that I have tried to hard to mask: ... (more)
Under the Radar
Recorded holiday music can be a bit much. It's everywhere - in every shop, restaurant, on TV, piped in at the gas station, on the radio... it can be difficult to escape yet one more spin of "Jingle Bell Rock" or Alvin and the Chipmunks singing their sweet but repetitive harmonies.
First Listen: Glee's "The Chipmunk Song" - With Rachel, Santana and Kurt
Well, things are about to get weirder. During December 5's : "Previously Unaired Christmas," the show will offer its rendition of “The Chipmunk Song .” Yes, the one from Alvin and the Chipmunks.