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10 Organizations You Can Donate to for Mother’s Day (because She’s Got Plenty of Mugs)

What better way to celebrate the mother figure in your life than gifting something moms need at every stage—support.

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9 Organizations to Support Black Women, Children & Transpeople

These organizations support equality and social justice.

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Our 10 Favorite Public Murals in Portland

Check out these Portland murals that kids and parents are bound to love.

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Costco’s 2021 Valentine’s Day Rose Sale Has Arrived

You won’t find a better deal on roses than this.

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The Final “Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker” Trailer Has Landed & It Will Give You Goosebumps

This iconic saga is finally coming to an end with a finale that looks incredible.

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4 Must-Know Tips to Help Prepare Kids for an Earthquake

Every conversation you have with your child about emergency preparedness is part of the bigger aim of helping them develop that all-important attribute: Resilience.

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“She-Ra” Is Returning for Season 3 with a Very Special Guest Star

For the honor of Grayskull this Oscar winner is joining the cast.

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A Phenomenal New Animation Festival Is Coming in February

This French animation festival is about to kick off its first-ever tour of 12 U.S. cities, starting with New York City.

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Catch ’em Quick!: Pinwheels in Prospect Park

A sunny, interactive installation called “The Connective Project” has landed, and it’s on view for a limited time only!

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The Big 150: Celebrate Prospect Park’s Birthday!

Head to this Brooklyn gem for a full weekend of mostly free fun. You should look so good at this age!

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An Abandoned Parking Lot Becomes an Urban Park in the Sunset

An expanse of asphalt gets new life as park, complete with a skate park, urban garden, hay bale maze and more. Get all the details on this magical new space in the Outer Sunset.

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Randall’s Island: The Amazing Park You’ve Never Visited

Bike Paths! Mini golf and batting cages! Outdoor movies and a sprayground! Free eco-programming and an urban farm! (Plus: a new way to get there.)

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It’s Showtime: 8 Great Upcoming Performances to Buy Tickets for Now

Here’s what you need to know about upcoming Atlanta performances guaranteed to please theatre critics of every age.

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Speaking in Tongues: 6 Great Places to Learn a Language

Looking to help the kid connect with some heritage or join the bi- and tri-lingual club? Have a tête-à-tête with these places.

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All the World’s Their Stage: Theater Classes for Atlanta’s Tiniest Thespians

Set the stage for them to get all the skills they need to take on the world with one of these Atlanta area theater groups, all who have classes geared for the pint-sized thespian.

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Bonjour Bébé! Language Lessons for Little Learners

They say the brains of young children are like sponges. They absorb everything, and can pick up a languages at a surprisingly rapid rate (thanks Dora!). Immerse them in one of these local classes so your little linguist can become…

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Dessert Fix: Best Local Bakeries for Cake Pops

Food on a stick is an instant win for kids — especially when it’s cake. Drop the silverware and pick up a cake pop. Follow us to six top spots to get your nibble on.

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Seattle Mets BoysterOUS Oysters Event

If you are a fan of oysters, you’re not going to want to miss the Seattle Met’sBoysterOUS event on February 28th. Billed as an “oyster sampling soiree,” lovers of the delicacy will be treated to not only oysters, but hors…

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Experience The Wizard of Oz, Chicago Style

You might be off to see Disney’s Oz: The Great and Powerful when it opens in theaters this Friday. Lucky for yellow brick road fans, the magic goes beyond the big screen in Chicago.  L. Frank Baum wrote The Wonderful…

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Happy, Healthy, Haunting

If the thought of buying another petroleum-based Buzz Lightyear costume and cleaning up wrappers from dozens of individually-wrapped sugar bombs has you dreading Halloween, you might be a candidate for Green Halloween. Started last year in Seattle by Corey Colwell-Lipson,…

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