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The lives of the rich and beautiful are common terrain for soap operas—prime-time, daytime, or otherwise—but unlike Beverly Hills 90210 and its ilk, Josh Schwartz's addictive series The OC doesn't take its zip code for granted. Though a full-blown class critique would strip away precious reserves of glamour, wealth runs through the show like toxins in the bloodstream, infecting every relationship and subtly tipping the balance of power. Schwartz isn't Douglas Sirk, nor does he aspire to be, but money makes his world go 'round, and his characters are always keenly aware of their status. In Schwartz's hands, the conservative enclave of Orange County, California exists in some pop-savvy universe between Edith Wharton and Guiding Light, where a hornet's nest of vengeful snobs and damaged debutantes treat outsiders to their own special hazing rituals. It's little wonder that the new kid, a dirt-poor delinquent from neighboring Chino, has less to fear from the streets than from … [Read more...] about The OC: The Complete First Season
Little kids are learning so much in their earliest years. They’re learning to walk and talk and identify all sorts of things—people, animals, numbers, letters and colors. And it turns out that the way we use colors in English—typically prenominally, or before nouns—doesn’t help. We tend to say, “There’s a blue car,” rather than, “there’s a car that is blue,” which makes it harder for a child to discern what But what if it seems like your child is always mixing up red with brown, even though your instincts tell you that they should be able to distinguish between the two by now? You may be wondering if they have a form of color blindness. Advertisement What To start with, the term “color blindness” is a bit of a misnomer. It implies that a person with the condition cannot see any color. But most often, color blindness is a deficiency in certain colors, usually reds and greens but sometimes blues, according … [Read more...] about What to Do If You Think Your Child Is Color Blind