Monthly Archives: September 2019

Anticipation of new schools, classrooms and teachers can all trigger anxiety, especially for young children. That’s normal to a certain extent, although it may signal something more. “If you see more significant or persistent anxieties, it is a good idea to take a deeper look,” says Deb Anderson, senior director of early intervention and training […]

Goodbye puppy mills, at least in the Golden State: A California law that went into effect this year requires pet stores to only sell dogs, cats and rabbits obtained from shelters or non-profit rescue groups. “This is a big win for our four-legged friends, of course,” said Assemblymember Patrick O’Donnell at the time the legislation, […]

IT’S A LAB! IT’S AN ART GALLERY! It’s a restaurant! It’s Cafe ArtScience: Culture Lab and Cafe. The trendy dining establishment in Cambridge does indeed check off all those boxes—and then some. The white decor, which some might label antiseptic, delivers a futuristic vibe. Dotted with contemporary works of art—including a moving magnet waterfall-like contraption […]