Dr. Alexander Garrard of the Washington Poison Center is concerned about the growing popularity of e-cigs and pot-infused "medibles" that are making kids sick.
Holiday rituals don't have to be some ancient ceremony; they could just as well be some unplanned thing you did once and decided to keep doing.
SAM’s super-cool and free teens-only event features DJs, art tours and art-making workshops with Seattle’s hottest contemporary artists.
Roller derby helps girls discover the power in themselves, and in teamwork.
Washington kids with intellectual disabilities are no longer stuck on the sidelines thanks to a popular initiative from Special Olympics.
Living in the moment is a profoundly useful and desirable skill. Find a chunk of time when you and your kid can just hang out together and stare at the sky.
Kid President's YouTube video has gone viral; enjoy the clip and activate with other families to serve our nation's homeless.
The thing about bias and ignorance is that people never see it in themselves.
The inaugural Seattle Times LiveWire event brings together brain scientists, education experts and political leaders to explore questions about early learning.