Shown from the left, Molly McAndrew and Eamonn Hazzouri, both of Clarks Summit, demonstrate a self defense move, useful when trying to escape a Muay Thai clench, during a children's class at Gracie Sports Macarra BJJ PA, 8 Tiger Muay Thai, Dunmore, with Kru James...
Kids in preschool through third grade: get out your crayons, pastels, washable markers, colored pencils and stickers, and use your imagination to color...
Costume shop owner shares tips for zombie costumes and make-up
Jim O'Hora sees a lot of blood in his profession.
Tips for juniors who should be attending college fairs
Prepare a list of questions that are specific to your needs and any others you may have. Be sure your questions are specific to you and your...
Over-scheduling: my idea of a zombie apocalypse
When I have more than 20 things on my to-do list and less than two days to get it all done, I feel like my head's going to explode.
Teens: Looking for some literary excitement? Check out these apocalyptic picks from Sandy Longo, Abington Community Library's head of public service/assistant director.“The Boneshaker,” by Kate Milford
Make your own wilderness survival kit
There are many useful things kids can put together to make a wilderness survival kit. First, start by finding an old backpack or pouch that will hold everything. Don't use anything too big or you may find it gets too heavy.