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Three picks for an oven-free Thanksgiving

Smokin' Pete's BBQ, Il Corvo and Cafe Flora offer reasons to hang up your apron

Nice Tomato makes modern, whimsical coloring books

Magnolia-based company wants kids to color big

Little Bigfoot’s Big New Releases

Celebrate local writers and illustrators with new books for kids of all ages

Gabriel Rapier champions futsal for all

At 6-foot-5 with the animated energy of a superhero in a Pixar movie, “Coach Gabe” commands attention.

Reel Grrls is on a mission to bring diversity to director’s chairs

Their message empowers youth to use technology to express themselves

Want to boost your baby’s brain? Try moving to music

Feeling the rhythm in music helps babies detect patterns in speech

Kids Science Labs encourages experimentation

A wide range of classes gives children ages 2 to 12 the opportunity to learn about science in a dynamic, hands-on environment

Local opera group makes some NOISE for schoolkids

Each year, NOISE’s five singers and one pianist travel across the state to provide students with the experience of a live musical performance.

Whittier Elementary Adopts No Homework Policy

Whittier Elementary digs deep into what science says about homework and rolls out a new "no-homework" policy.

Dad Next Door: Talk isn’t cheap

New Mom Dispatch: Balancing Work and a Baby

The factors that influence your decision are usually personal, not political.

Crafty Fun: Block Stamps from "Print, Paint & Ink"

Crafty Seattleites Emily Grosse and Andie Powers "Print, Paint & Ink" up happiness in their first book

Indoor Active Fun at Arena Sports FunZone

FunZone is a big, amazing indoor playground, a drop-in place for the active play all kids need.

Little Uncle Packs Big Flavors

Part of Little Uncle’s charm is the welcoming, casual vibe

Teens plan meals, build community with FEEST

Every week, 35 to 40 teens from the Delridge and White Center neighborhoods work together to cook an improvised dinner using fresh vegetables from local markets and farms.

School of Toy is open for fun

Rick Hartman brings hands-on workshops to hundreds of sites around Puget Sound and beyond each year
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