It’s Sherlock Holmes’ birthday and one Shady Pines resident has created a crime solving, mysterious adventure to solve in her own home!
What is it about Advent Calendars that make them so fun and important this time of year? We have the answer!
What happens when a contentious presidential election collides with World Kindness Week? Shady pines Gazette reporters are on the story!
Let’s go to the Pumpkin Patch with Scoop the Cub Reporter who shows us why this is a treasured family outing each year.
Batten Down the Hatches Shady Pines there’s a hurricane heading your way. Edna’s Guide to being prepared included.
Kids have lots of questions about the Coronavirus. Shady Pines Story Town’s Ray Robinson shares some of his concerns.
Are you a Girl Dad? Shady Pines Gazette editor, Zulah Talmadge, tells us how Kobe Bryant has inspired fathers everywhere to celebrate their daughters.
It’s 2020 and time to start helping with New Year’s Resolutions for Kids
Time for New Year’s Resolutions in Shady Pines and Boomer and Halley, along with Harold and Edna Sanders, are coming up with some good ones.
2019 Heisman Trophy winner inspires a movement of generosity as reported by Shady Pines Gazette editor, Zulah Talmadge
The Shady Pines Gratitude Tree reminds neighbors what’s important this holiday season.
Major is the first rescue dog to live in the White House and Shady Pines’ First Pooch is jealous. What’s up with Boomer and what will Halley say?
Martin Luther King Day and a presidential inauguration in the same week comes at a time when Americans need to hear messages of peaceful protests and national unity.
Shady Pines residents have a mannerly reaction to the Capitol riots by getting back to basics as Zulah Talmage shows us.
After 2020 we need a new approach to 2021. The folks in Shady Pines have some really good ideas to share!
Shady Pines has a special Christmas delivery message filled with blessings and a wonderful music video!
The Letters to Santa from Shady Pines residents old and young are running the gamut from sweet to heartbreaking. What would you write this year?