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Six Great Spots for Root Beer Floats

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: As the story goes, the first float was made out of necessity: a very wise man decided to use ice cream to cool his drink when he ran out of ice cubes back in 1874.  Read More 
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Quick Start Studio Classes

Have you heard of the Gage Academy of Art? Well, it’s located in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood, and it has everything you could possibly be looking for in an art class. From drawing, painting, sculpture and more, students can truly dig in to their creative impulses.  Read More 
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Good Mugs of Hot Chocolate

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: Baby it’s cold outside. But in the spirit of our favorite blonde-braided ice Queen, don’t let the cold bother you. Embrace it by tracking down these eight decadent spots that serve the best hot chocolate Seattle has to offer.  Read More 
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Candy Buy-Backs for those Halloween Treats

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: Instead of trying to find creative ways to make your trick-or-treater’s candy disappear, consider putting the extra treats to good use by participating in the Halloween Candy Buy Back Program. Kids can trade their candy for cash and Operation Gratitude can send the treats to our U.S. troops overseas.  Read More 
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Check Out These Fountains Now

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: Few things make parents happier than finding free entertainment, especially when it involves water play on a beautiful hot summer day. Whether you’re in search of the relaxing sound of rushing water, the chance to get wet, or the city’s best man-made wonders, Seattle has a wide array of …  Read More 
Seattle Outdoor Movie Guide 2014

Seattle Outdoor Movie Guide 2014

Nothing says “Summer in Seattle” quite like an outdoor-movie night under the stars. Lucky for us, there are several spots in and around Seattle that host outdoor movies. Grab a blanket (or two), a picnic snack, and your sweetie for a perfect night at the movies!  Read More 
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Enjoy the Spring With a Walk in the Park

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: Ah, spring is in the air. After a long winter of building forts, making countless art projects, and hitting every indoor play area (over and over and over again), Seattle kiddos are more than ready to get outside and explore.  Read More 
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Moisture Festival

Only in Seattle would we have an event titled “Moisture Festival.” But don’t let the name fool you – there is some serious fun to be had here! This month-long festival celebrates the art of live comedy and entertainment of the wildest kind! Jugglers! Aerialists! Clowns! And of course, the now famous Burlesque shows.  Read More 
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Three New Spots in East Capitol Hill

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: A sleepy part of Capitol Hill just scored a trio of locally owned food-centric spots that are about to become some of your favorite places to take the kids. Meet neighborhood cafe Tallulah’s and its neighbors, general store Cone & Steiner and cookie (and ice cream!) shop Hello Robin. …  Read More