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How Long Does It Take to Build a 95,000-Piece LEGO Cab? Watch This

The theme park installed scaled down models of beloved NYC attractions.

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50 Nature-Inspired Baby Names—Boys, Girls & Unisex

Juniper, Reed, Alder…. Is your favorite name on the list?

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Adobe Provides Free At-Home Access to Creative Cloud Apps & Resources for Distance Learning

Adobe announced expanded support and resources for students and educators.

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“Trolls World Tour” Available On Demand Apr. 10

Other new releases will also be available on-demand this Friday in response to coronavirus concerns.

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7 Tricks to Stay Focused When Working from Home

After experiencing weaving work into my day with babies, toddlers, and teens, I can confirm one of the biggest challenges of working from home is the constantly changing landscape. Here are 7 tried and true tips to help you stay focused.

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Verizon’s Newest Phone Plan Is Just for Kids

Here’s what parents should know before getting their kid a phone.

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The Motherhood Penalty Is Real & It’s Holding Too Many Moms Back, Report Finds

Despite being great workplace leaders, moms face this major hurdle.

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Disneyland Is Making Pretty Huge Changes You’ll Definitely Notice

The Happiest Place on Earth might look a little different the next time you visit.

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Can Intelligence Be Developed? It Can and Here’s How

Growth mindset, the concept that intelligence can be developed, has become more and more accepted in the education landscape. Carol Dweck, a Stanford University professor and a household name in education, has taught us through her research that with a…

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Sweet Perfection: Seattle’s Top Spots for Cupcakes

There is a sweet supply of bakeries in Seattle that specialize in cupcakes, and we ate our way through the city to discover the best of the best. Flip through the gallery to see our top picks.

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Destinations Every Maker Needs to Visit at Least Once

Know any tiny tinkerers? Check out our favorite spots that’ll blow their minds.

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When Friending is Trending

Search “friendship” and Google explodes with images and quotes on the topic. And for good reason, it is a biggie. Friendship. We all need it.

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But has it become just another commodity?
In a world…

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7 Things Your Friends in the Hamptons Can’t Do

Not only does this city not sleep, it doesn’t shut down in the summer, either. Lucky you — you’re here!

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Sit & Spin: Our 10 Favorite Carousels Around

Feel like going for a spin? We’ve got 10 awesome carousels across the country that should do the trick.

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Buckle Up! 10 Hot Spots for Car-Crazed Kiddos

Push the pedal to the metal at these hot spots perfect for pint-sized car enthusiasts.

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The Affordable Way to Visit SoCal’s Top 4 Attractions

Flip through the photo gallery to discover four must-visit attractions in SoCal and why you should grab a CityPASS before embarking on your adventure.

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Entertaining Eats: Six Establishments That Serve a Side of Fun

Up the dining out fun factor at these Seattle-area establishments that provide good eats with a side of entertainment.

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Just Opened: Japanese Clothing Boutique Bit’z Kids

Konichiwa! The popular retailer from the Land of the Rising Sun just set up shop in SoHo.

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6 Places That Teach Kids How to Care For Mother Earth

Love Your Mother! Learn about the earth and have fun at these six San Diego earth-friendly spots.

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The Most Baby-Friendly Museums in the U.S.

Grab your carrier because some museums have really fluffed their welcome mats for new moms and pops. Find out which give babies star treatment!

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D.C.’s Hot Spots for Kid-Friendly Public Art

Washington Monument aside, there are hundreds of lesser-known, tucked away statues and outdoor artworks in this city. Here are a few that are worth scoping out with your kids.

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9 Kid-Friendly Nature Walks Within 1 Hour of NYC

You may love city living, but that doesn’t mean you can’t crave fresh air and the chance for your kids to frolic in nature every now and again, too. The good news is, the tri-state area boasts plenty of nature…

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One Cool Thing: A Sweet Racetrack Playground to Wheel Around

Take a peek at this interactive race car-themed park that boasts a racetrack, tricycles and huge colorful tires. It’s time to start your engines (errr…pedals).

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Sewing Studios: The New It Spot for Crafters

First it was stitch-and-bitch knitting sessions—now, sewing circles are the rage among domestic artists. To accommodate Seattle’s social seamstresses, many local fabric shops are opening sewing studios, replete with high-end machines and notions, as hubs of support and creative camaraderie. …

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5 Reasons to Visit Pike Place Market Now

Listening to the lame excuses Seattle residents spout about why they do not frequent Pike Place Market gets on my last good nerve. Especially this time of year, when there are few tourists clogging up the walkways and parking spots…

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Must-Try Washington Rosé Wines

Rosé has been undergoing a metamorphosis in Washington, from afterthought to intention. The old way of thinking went something like this: “Hey, we’re bleeding a bunch of juice out of these fermenters to make our big red wines. Instead of…

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Where to Find Seattle’s Tastiest Empanadas

With ancient roots winding from the Iberian Peninsula through most of Latin America, these warm and gooey combinations of meat, cheese, veggies and/or fruit in a fried or baked dough pocket have long been favored by laborers, travelers and traders—and…

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Seattle’s Suddenly Flush with Middle Eastern Flavor

When it comes to sampling the best authentic flavors from all over the globe, Seattle has it made. From Thai to Japanese, Seattle foodies know exactly where to go for the best eats all over town. Now, the Seattle food…

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15 Best Neighborhoods in Seattle

In a city celebrated for its distinct enclaves steeped in neighborhood pride, it’s a tricky proposition selecting “The Best.” After all, choosing a place to live is an exercise in juggling priorities—affordability, schools, safety, housing, yards, amenities, walkability, views, accessibility—that…

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Gourmet Grilled Cheese On-the-Go

Danielle Custer’s got food chops: She was chef at several area hotel restaurants before heading the culinary team at Taste at the Seattle Art Museum. Custer has now joined the mobile food movement with the yellow and white polka-dotted Monte…

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The 25 Best Burgers in Seattle

Oh, thank you, Earl of Sandwich, the first man to put meat between slices of bread. And thank you, too, people of Hamburg, Germany, who, legend has it, made a steak of ground meat and called it a hamburger. That…

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Meat and Drinks at a Slew of New Charcuterie Bars

If three of a kind constitutes a trend, then bars that serve cured, smoked and sliced meats are the new black, at least on Capitol Hill.
First came Cure, the wee bar hidden in the alleyway behind Broadway on Nagle…

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The 25 Best Burgers in Seattle

Oh, thank you, Earl of Sandwich, the first man to put meat between slices of bread. And thank you, too, people of Hamburg, Germany, who, legend has it, made a steak of ground meat and called it a hamburger. That…

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4 Spots for Thai Curry in Seattle

We all know how chilly it’s been getting around Seattle, and few things warm us up on these winter days like a steaming helping of some of our favorite Asian cuisine. With fragrant spices and heat balanced by coconut or…

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