Bea Frank is a 53-year-old first time grandma. She and her husband live in Southampton, New York, where they are currently collaborating on a screenplay, building a Web site and Skyping with their new grandchild. Frank also teaches spinning in her spare time and hopes to stay fit for more grandchildren, endless fun and maybe even a dog.
Associate editor Donald McDermott has been a full-time member of the PARENTGUIDE family for the past 15 years. His first introduction to PG Media began as an intern while in college way back in 1991. Born and raised in Queens, New York, McDermott spent most of his life living and learning just over the 59th Street Bridge in Astoria, Queens. He currently resides in Medford, New York, with his wife Lori and daughter Meghan.
Rena Unger is a holistic nutrition chef and culinary educator dedicated to helping individuals, groups and communities bring a deeper sense of health and wellness into their lives. Chef Unger teaches classes and workshops in New York City, is sous chef to Andrea Beaman of Top Chef, consults for restaurants and The MBA Mind Body Awareness Program, and offers private holistic meal preparation and health and nutrition counseling to individuals and families (furry family members included). To connect with Unger, comment on the blog and go to www.facebook.com/HolisticNutritiousDelicious.
AnnMarie Evola Kallinikos, former editor of PARENTGUIDE News, lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband and two kids.
Samantha Chan is an associate editor at PARENTGUIDE News. While she calls Manhattan home, she often imagines her suitcase packed and a ticket in hand to Florida, England, Russia or somewhere else in the world.
Christy Reinhardt lives in Dutchess County, New York, with her husband and two sons. Since her son Crew was diagnosed with autism as a toddler, Reinhardt has been learning all there is to know about life on the autistic spectrum. Along the way, she created Crew's Voice, an organization to help other parents raise children with special needs.
PARENTGUIDE staff and guest writers present adventures in parenthood, essential news and products, celebrity anecdotes, Web sensations, travel destinations and everything in between.
WTF? is Warren T. Fahrenheit’s opportunity to right a world that, while giving him plenty, has gone slightly out of register. As you might surmise from his rants, Fahrenheit is most concerned for the welfare and future of his children and grandchildren. Just short of Geezerland, he addresses family, education, inequities and whatever else comes to mind in a provocative, challenging and hopefully moving manner.