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All the Ways to Celebrate Pride Month in LA

Celebrate Pride Month in LA with these can’t miss events and activities.

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The Best Places to Learn About Asian American History

It’s Asian American History Month. From the Wing Luke Museum to the Smithsonian and National Park sites, here are some of the best places to learn about Asian American history.

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Advice That Every Mom Needs to Hear (Seriously)

“Some advice that I want us to all start giving each other so that we could all cut ourselves some slack around here!”

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Take a Trip Down Seattle’s Sweetest Lane This Holiday Season

Lights, music, moving objects and peace signs in different languages—the holidays wouldn’t be complete without a jaunt over to this Ravenna neighborhood to visit the venerable Candy Cane Lane.

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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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Lights! Camera! Action! Chicago’s International Children’s Film Fest Is Back & Virtual

Clear your schedule for cinematic fun because this epic film fest only comes once a year and they’ve gone virtual to keep you safe and cozy at home.

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A Reimagining of “Doogie Howser, M.D” Is Coming to Disney+

“Doogie Kameāloha, M.D.” is coming to the streaming service in 2021.

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11 Bay Area Instagram Moms You Need to Follow

Craft ideas, potty training advice and just plain truth in motherhood can be found in these IG feeds!

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The Proud Family Reunion

Keke Palmer Joins Cast of Disney+ “Proud Family” Reboot

All seasons of The Proud Family are currently available on Disney+.

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Read This: Black-Owned Indie Bookstores to Support Today

Show support for these bookstores that all have a story to tell.

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12 Black Mamas to Follow on Instagram Now

Get ready to add some new accounts to your feed.

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14 Black-Owned Austin Businesses to Support Now

One of the best ways you can stand against systemic racism is to support locally-owned businesses in your community.

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7 Must-See Kids Movies Coming to Theaters This Holiday Season

From Thanksgiving to Christmas, there’s plenty for little kids to enjoy at movie theaters this holiday season.

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Tiny Dancers: The Best Dance Studios for Kids

We’ve rounded up the best classes in the Bay Area, that offer everything from tap to hip hop to ballet. Let’s dance!

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Classic ’80s TV Shows That Are Still Totally Cool

Whether you were a Care Bear kid or a Punky peep, now’s the time to get your brood on board with all your childhood favorites.

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24 Merry-Making Things to Do This December

Your day-by-day guide to maximizing December’s jolliest events.

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5 Things to do with Kids on Inauguration Weekend

Whether you decide to brave the cold and the crowds by going to one of the many official Inaugural events or you opt to lay low, we’ve got a number of options for you.

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‘She’s So Pretty. Where Did You Get Her?’ Umm…My Uterus

Photo: Chris Kelly
As mother to a child of mixed race (mine happens to be half Caucasian and half African American), before her birth, I never put thought into things I would hear.
The first time someone, a stranger, asked…

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10 Signs You Are a Silver Spring Parent

Nestled close to the D.C. 16th Street line and stretching North, up New Hampshire Avenue, the multi-ethnic enclave of Silver Spring offers theater, restaurants, and urban hiking for families.

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How travel benefits children: Helping children learn and understand culture, diversity and varying lifestyles

Providing your kids with the opportunities to travel offer more advantages than you may expect. Travel allows children to embrace cultural diversity while exploring foreign destinations. These experiences enable them to develop an open-mindedness to new ideas and philosophies and…

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Your Guide to the Second Annual Seattle Children’s Festival

It’s back and better than ever! From hands-on activities to interactive workshops to well-loved children’s performers, we’ve got your ultimate guide to this year’s multi-cultural extravaganza.

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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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Your Guide to the First-Ever Annual Seattle Children’s Festival

If your family loves everything about the annual Northwest Folklife Festival, then mark your calendars for this first-ever, multi-cultural extravaganza for kids.

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Watch this Family Break the Guinness World Record

They’re going on the longest electric bike ride on the world, and you can (virtually) pedal alongside with them.

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Oodles of Noodles: A Course in Carbs

Back in the day, when the kids cried out for noodles, spaghetti hit their plates.  Nowadays we use our noodle and eat it too:  LA’s travel-savvy sprites choose from cuisines of many countries when a carb craving hits.  And while…

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Festive Holiday Celebrations for Bay Area Kids

Ready to boldly go where no Santa has gone before? Try a different culture for a change. For future world travelers, multicultural holidays are the ultimate way to combine performing arts and the discovery of far flung shores in a…

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Holiday Fun: Crafts, Recipes and Local Holiday Events

The holiday season is in full swing! We know our readers are ready to get their “jingle” on, so we’ve come up with a complete list of Christmas and Holiday activities for families with kids. From kid-friendly recipes to holiday…

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Portland with Kids: Things To Do, Places to Eat and See

Hunting for new spots to explore with kids? Here’s our guide to things to do with kids in Portland: from indoor climbing play spaces to kid friendly restaurants and neighborhoods, there plenty of kids activities to choose from! Come and…

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