• From the Homefront: Tiffany Gee Lewis says summer is anything but a vacation for parents.
• Strategically speaking: Brigham Young University Student Athlete Center director E.J. Caffaro tells students to develop a game plan for life.• Still giving: A giving spirit received just what she wanted for her 80th birthday.
FROM 'THE CRICKET AND THE SEAGULL'
Steven Kapp Perry speaks with Utah native Ryan Shupe about the latest CD from Ryan Shupe and the Rubberband, "Last Man Standing."FROM THE 'BLOGGERNACLE BACK BENCH'
Emily Jensen takes a closer look at Internet safety.
• A second look: Mormon Times delves deeper into a Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life survey on the U.S. "religious landscape."
• LDS World: Trying to be a superwoman? Kristine Frederickson takes a look at a lesson learned from the New Testament about spiritual recharging.
• Modest approach: How one fashion show was built around the principle of modesty.
• Jill Stevens: Catching up with the soldier/runner/beauty queen/future author.