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Living (and loving) the plush life

Leeanna Butcher is one of those lucky artists who has a remarkable talent and happens to be able to make a living out of it.

All the world's a stage: Your ultimate 2015 Seattle-area fall arts guide

Whether you've got a musical theater buff in the family or are just looking to rock out to some great live music, we've rounded up the best family-friendly fall arts and entertainment around town.

Project Cool helps homeless students head back to school

Back to school means rounding up backpacks, school supplies and maybe some of the latest fashions; For kids who don’t have a permanent place to call home, though, just getting the basics covered can be tough.

This Seattle bubble master is lifting spirits, one bubble at a time

For more than three decades, the Bubbleman has been delighting everyone from babies to 93-year-old birthday girls with his comedic, heartfelt, suds-filled show.

Skin deep: Talking meaningfully with your kids about race, identity, and justice

Seattle chef Ethan Stowell's new Frelard Pizza Company mixes play and pizza

The kid-friendly sibling to the family-filled Ballard Pizza Company focuses on three main ideas: hearty portions, low price points and quality ingredients.

Pop-up potluck time: Get to know your neighbors during Seattle's Night Out Against Crime

You know you’ve been meaning to welcome that couple who moved in eight months ago to your ’hood, or to organize a play date with the little boy across the street.

Beachy bike rides with Alki's Wheel Fun Rentals

For the times when it doesn’t make sense to load all those trikes and bikes into the back of the car — or you’re simply looking to cruise West Seattle’s Alki in style — it makes sense to rent a bike.

Hit the streets to get a fresh view of Seattle

Billed as the only kid-centric walking tour of the city, Seattle Kid’s Tour covers less than a mile but is packed with stops tailored to charm kids and show them a side of Seattle they may have never seen.

WATCH the video premiere of Harmonica Pocket's "Are You a Monster Too?”

All aboard! More train rides in and around Seattle

Keep those little spirits chugging along with these railway adventures!

A German expat navigates Seattle with kids

Sabine Koller, a German expat and Seattle parent, says she’s experienced immense openness and friendliness in the Northwest.

Returning home after living in Italy, where “everybody loves children”

A return to Seattle after a few years abroad has given one local parent a new perspective on what it means to raise kids in the Northwest.

Smooth Sailing for All Ages

Kayaks and canoes take muscles. Sailing takes skill. But a trip on an electric boat requires little more than a sense of adventure and the ability to steer.

Launch your maritime adventures in a wooden boat

Water beckons from practically everywhere in Western Washington. The Cappio family of Queen Anne have figured out a way for the whole family to answer the call of the ocean through The Center for Wooden Boats.

Living the goat life: On the urban farm with the founder of the Goat Justice League — and her kids

What do you get when you combine two adults, one child, two goats, a dog, egg-laying hens, and two newborn kids — baby goats, that is?
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