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My Son’s Name Is Archie, and All of a Sudden, That’s Interesting

“For our family, the true, very personal origin of my son’s name makes it even more special and important.”

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When Your Business Partner Is Your Life Partner

“If you’re managing to stay afloat at work and home right now, you’ve got to high five yourself—and your partner. Remember, you wouldn’t be here if you weren’t in this together.”

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Miceli’s: Spaghetti with a Side of Showtunes

Sometimes you need a little entertainment with your dinner—and we don’t mean your 2 year-old dumping macaroni on their head when they turn their bowl into a hat.  We have the perfect spot for food that will get devoured, singing…

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Here’s the First Teaser for Disney’s Live-Action “Aladdin” Remake

Disney grants fans their wishes with an impressive sneak peek at an all-new “Aladdin.”

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Anine Bing Debuts Edgy Kids Line

Anine Bing, LA’s hottest designer, launches a kid’s line and we couldn’t be more smitten.

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This Major Toy Store Just Might Be the Last One Left Standing & Here’s Why

This toy store isn’t just a store—it’s an experience.

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Pot Makes for Better Parenting (Says Marijuana Advocates)

Some advocates believe marijuana can have some tremendous benefits when it comes to parenting.

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How My Family Slowly but Surely Adjusted to a New Life

It always rains in Seattle they say, but not this summer. The wetter is lovely and the surroundings are beautiful. Coming from the Netherlands which is mostly flat with pastures and water, this is completely different.

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Seedfolks: A One-Woman, Must-See Show Now Playing at SCT

This latest production playing at the Seattle Children’s Theatre is ready to plant the seeds of imagination, kindness and generosity in the minds of all who see it.

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The Eastside Just Got a Whole Lot Sweeter

Eastside families, rejoice! Molly Moon’s just opened its doors in Redmond and this latest locale features its first-ever open format kitchen, so lil’ nibblers can watch the action first-hand.

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STEM-sational Resources for Girls

There are tons of organizations that are working to bring STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) programs just to girls. Read on to find out what girls-only programs are available in your area.

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History Lesson! The Coolest Spots to Teach Your Kids About San Diego

Time for history class! Take the kiddos and check out these spots to learn a bit about San Diego’s past.

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A Beer Lover’s Dream

With the way this summer is sizzling, a cold beverage is definitely required. And, if you’re interested in a cold one of the beer variety, then check out the Phinney Neighborhood Association’s Beer Oasis event on July 18.
Folks can…

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Why You Can’t Miss Oregon Children’s Theater’s “Timmy Failure”

Oregon Children’s Theatre’s new performance is hilarious and perfect for other kids.

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New & Natural: Sprout San Francisco in Brooklyn

Whether you’re shopping for organic kids’ basics or in the market for a special gift, this store has you covered.

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Meet Suzie! Red Tricycle’s Portland Editor

Read on to meet Suzie, Red Tricycle’s first ever Portland Editor, and find out more about this local mama and her favorite things to do.

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Meet 8 of Atlanta’s Coolest Dads

Dads are like magicians. They can turn a tantrum into a tickle-fest, MacGyver a broken Barbie back to life, and can heal a boo-boo with a single smooch. There are cool dads all over Atlanta and we wanted to share…

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Eastside Cupcake Scene

You lucky-ducky Eastside cupcake-coveters have a triple serving of sweet news to savor:
The opening of The Shops at the Bravern brings with it the across-the-lake debut of Trophy Cupcakes . It’s owner Jennifer Shea’s third location (the others are…

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Got Toys?

Are you a Craniac? If so, you understand what all the hullabaloo around Seattle-based Cranium, Inc. is about. When Cranium Inc. launched its first game in 1998, the world of board games changed for the better. Suddenly, creativity and individual…

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