Taniesha Robinson

Video | New rehabilitation machine puts patients one step closer to walking

The Lokomat, a new rehabilitation device, is helping people like Juanito Zavala, a client at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago who has cerebral palsy, get out of a wheelchair and up on their own two feet.

Video | Mr. Furry Fur Fur, the earth-friendly raccoon

Watch Chicago Parent's exclusive interview with Mr. Furry Fur Fur, the environmentally-friendly raccoon.

Musical prodigy bears watching

Years before her performances at Ravinia Festival and appearances on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, 7-year-old Emily Bear from Rockford was just a baby who stunned her grandmothers with a piano melody. She began playing piano scales before she was potty trained.

Create your own butterfly-beckoning garden

All it takes is a little strategy to excite your child with visits from butterflies in your very own butterfly garden.

Little Miss Ann’s musical messages

In her folk-rock music CDs, Little Miss Ann promotes big messages for little ones about loving others and being true to yourself.

Illinois Holocaust Museum teaches kids to stand up

Teach your child how to take a stand with the help of virtual reality at the new Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center’s youth exhibition, Make a Difference.

Duty-bound clown

When Gregg Harris packs his suitcase for work hes sure not to forget his face-painting kit, limbo sticks and party music.

A breath of fresh air

Web Extra! Video interview with Sondra Turner.

Friendships between young and old can be grand

Author Helene Block Fields urges you to help your children mine for gold in your neighborhood

Color your kids’ world

See color in a whole new light at Kohl Children’s Museum’s Color Play exhibit,
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