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Charter school families and students fight to keep the doors open

Seattle-area parents parents are willing to fight to keep charter schools open.

Fremont's Pie is serving up ridiculously tasty hand pie goodness

If there's one thing we can count on in life, it's that pie makes everything better.

Celebrate Seattle Restaurant Week in kid-friendly style

When October rolls around, you can almost hear the collective cheering of food-loving Seattleites as Restaurant Week returns.

Four stellar family-friendly happy hours around town

The afternoon just got a little happier.

Raising Kids in the Kitchen: Seattle Culinary Pros Rachel Yang and Seif Chirchi are Keeping it in the Family

Three cutting-edge Korean fusion restaurants and two kids later, this culinary couple find themselves running one of Seattle’s hottest burgeoning culinary empires.

Phinney Books and Readers to Eaters serve up deliciously good times

There has always been something magical about neighborhood bookstores, and Phinney Books is no exception.

Kids can build the fort of their dreams with endlessly adaptable Fort Boards

With Fort Boards, kids can create, crawl into their creations, break them down and start all over again.

Outfit your little boo with a sweet shirt from The Homemade Kid

Get your little boo ready for Halloween with spookily sweet tees.

Organic, modern baubles from Ollie + Twig that babies can sink their gums into

Ollie + Twig’s products delight, with organic teething rings, modern wood blocks and bandanna-style bibs.

Who makes the stars? 'The Man Made of Stars' highlights the mystical magic of the night sky

Seattle author M.H. Clark and illustrator Lisa Evans capture the magic of nighttime.

Teacher Tom gives kids a healthy dose of outdoor play

To this Woodland Park Cooperative School teacher, play, particularly outdoor, unstructured play, is a fundamentally important part of education.

A desire to give back launches a popular Seattle science, art and tech program for underserved kids

STEM Paths Innovation Network, or SPIN, hopes to create a more equitable playing field in the digital realm for low-income kids and kids of color.

Foster Grandparents provide old-school care for kids around King County

The Foster Grandparents Program has grandparents in 20 schools and community centers in King County alone.

Are babies a cure for bullying? This new program in Seattle schools thinks it's possible

A recently imported program from Canada is tapping babies’ power to teach empathy and curb bullying in kids in 85 schools in the greater Seattle area.

The importance of being bored: How boredom inspires creativity and healthy habits

Boredom is positive emptiness.

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