Let the record show that in the year 2008, the San Francisco Chronicle, the newspaper of record for the capital of galaxy [or at least The United Federation of Planets], decided that the best name for it's "big page on SFGate.com that pulls together a lot of parenting items from the Chronicle and other places" is Bay Area Moms.
It can be found at the URL, www.sfgate.com/moms. That's sfgate.com slash M-O-M-S.
While the editors of Bay Area Moms--and one of the major contributors to the Chron's awesome parenting blog, The Poop, Peter "not a mom" Hartlab"--assure dads that they are "very welcome," a couple of commenters have pointed out that actually, they are of little interest to the Chronicle or its advertisers since, "85-90 percent of our readers and commenters are female" and "Moms control a family's purse-strings making 85% of the family purchasing decisions."
So some ad sales guy [sic] at the Chron thinks that moms are the only ones who purchase books and visit science museums, and that the parents of the Bay Area would like to be segmented and targeted based on their possession of a uterus, fine.
If you have a different idea for a name, leave it in the comments. We'll go all week, and then on Friday, we'll either vote for the best ones, or I'll just draw an entrant at random to win some sweet prize. TBD.
[And before you suggest it, note that Bay Area Parent already exists; it's part of Dominion Parenting Media, "the nation's largest publisher of free-to-the-public regional parenting magazines targeting moms, expectant mothers, and families with children." I swear-- never mind.]