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10 Women Who Changed Portland

For Women’s History Month, teach your kids about the women who made Portland the special place it is.

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Lots to Love: Celebrate a Family Valentine’s Day in Atlanta

We’ve found 14 ways to love Valentine’s Day with your family in Atlanta.

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Post Pie: Atlanta Thanksgiving Weekend Family Activities

When you’ve put down the pie and put up the dishes, turn to these Thanksgiving Day activities in and near Atlanta.

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Boston’s 10 Best Hikes for Kids (for When You Need to Get Outside)

Get ready to head out on the trail with the little ones in tow. These easy hikes are the perfect way to explore the city!

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Festive, Not Frightening Local Halloween Activities

Forget frightening! Catch these fun local Halloween activities that will have your little monsters screaming with glee!

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Haunted Spots for Fun Family Scares

Underneath its rosy facade, Portland has its fair share of ghosts. Learn all about them and our unique history at these local haunts.

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The Best Places to See Fall’s Colors in Portland

Put on your warm sweater, pull on your boots and head out to explore the blaze of fall colors! These spots offer the best places to enjoy the fiery show while you let the kids run free.

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7 Homeschool Field Trips Your Kids Won’t Know Are Educational

Take your kids’ education on the road at these fantastic San Diego spots where you’ll all learn something new.

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Out & About: Best Hikes in NYC For Kids

The Great Outdoors never felt so good! Here’s where to head to stroll safely as a family. (Six feet!)

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21 Unique Baby Names Just for LA Parents

From Arcadia to Wilton, totally original baby names inspired by Los Angeles.

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What to Do in the Tri-Valley

Make your way to the Tri-Valley to see what’s up in this part of the East Bay.

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The Skull Truth: Day of the Dead

It’s officially Day of the Dead! Find out what all those sweet, smiling skulls are all about.

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Atlanta’s 10 Best Trick-or-Treating Neighborhoods

Trick-or-treating is terrific in these ten Atlanta neighborhoods.

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Eliza Dushku & Husband Welcomed Their Baby “Lion King” Style

This new mama is definitely “feeling the love.”

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How to Explain Memorial Day to the Kids

This year, teach the kids the real reason why they have the day off school.

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Neighborhood Guide: All Day in Arlington

Just a short drive over the bridge – or a few bridges, depending on where you’re headed – sits Arlington, Va. Its 25.98 square miles are full of family-friendly activities. Here are some not to miss.

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Bronson Canyon has caves and a rock spiral!

Find the Path to Peace at LA’s Coolest Labyrinths

Get Zen! At these mystical and magical walking labyrinths, kids can spiral into control and find a simple path to peace.

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Halloween in July: Kinda Creepy (but Still Fun) D.C. Destinations

As your brood approaches school age and older, refining their interests, take a look at these somewhat macabre, but otherwise totally unique D.C. destinations.

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Away We Go! Riding on the D.C. Water Taxi

Whether you’ve lived in D.C. for decades or just moved here last year, there’s no doubt that a cruise along the river is one of the coolest ways to see the sights.

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Dream On: 10 Perfect Places to Park for Naps

If your tot loves to nap while cruising in the carseat, read on for ten perfect places to park and pass the time without waking your wee one.

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Go On a Wild Parrot Safari in Brooklyn

Did you know Brooklyn is home to bright green Monk parakeets? Here, you’ll discover where and when you can find these unusual urban birds.

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One Cool Thing: The Capital Wheel

A spin on the National Harbor’s new Capital Wheel should be a must on your family bucket list. Here’s why.

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Of Grave Importance: A Not-So-Spooky Guide to Oakland Cemetery

Nestled between the Grant Park and Cabbagetown neighborhoods, Oakland Cemetery is Atlanta’s oldest and largest public cemetery. Founded in 1850, it was designed to be a park and place of respite for the living as well making it a dead…

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Halloween in Hotlanta: Intown Spots for Spooky Fun

It’s easy to feel like you don’t really live in Atlanta, especially during the fall when football games and pumpkin patches take you out of the city many weekends, and house guests and other obligations keep you on a very…

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Congressional Cemetery: A Kid-Friendly Graveyard

Washington, D.C. is home to several famous cemeteries (think: Arlington National), but the 35 acre Congressional Cemetery on Capitol Hill just might be the most kid-friendly of them all. Why would you want to take your kids to walk among the dead? Read on to find out.

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A Blast From The Past: Historic Family Fun in Old School Atlanta

Atlanta is known for constantly reinventing itself. We rise up from the ashes. New shopping centers, restaurants and attractions pop up every day. However, a few have stood the test of time. We’re talking 50 years or more. That’s oooold…

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An Underground Mining Excursion

It’s a hard day’s night working in a coal mine from sun up to sun down. Yet your little dwarves may whistle while they walk through the mine to see what life was like for the Welsh immigrants who flocked…

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