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They’re teaching kids different lessons on interactions with boys and girls.
The three were yelling at one another Sunday on Twitter over MSNBC’s coverage of criminal justice reform.
The compact crossover that launched the segment is packed with tech advancements.
It’s bad for children in every way imaginable, yet many parents insist on doing it.
On a new show, the cast helps the Property Brothers and other HGTV stars recreate the Brady home in all its 1970s glory.
By Hank Stuever / The Washington Post Susan Olsen, who has long since accepted the fact that the world will always know her as the… Continue reading
Today is Monday, Sept. 9, the 252nd day of 2019. There are 113 days left in the year.
The MyPlate on My Budget challenge kept this family on a thrifty budget and at healthy weights.
Kelly Jones: 7 p.m. Sept. 10, Third Place Books, 17171 Bothell Way NE, Lake Forest Park. Jones’ novel “Sauerkraut” is about a boy whose plans… Continue reading
If your garden is overflowing, check out these tips for using all those fresh fruits and veggies.
Puget Sound Bird Fest: The festival is set for Sept. 13-15 at Frances Anderson Center, 700 Main St., Edmonds; 425-771-0227. Guided field trips to other… Continue reading
This is the time of year when the studios shelve the superheroes and roll out their Oscar-worthy films.
From royal palaces to a sculptor’s garden, the area around the city has something for every traveler.
Given the choice to believe a stranger or not, we tend to trust, to give the benefit of the doubt.
Summertime inspires our reader-photographers to send in their favorite shots from the season.
At the historic cabin in the sky, they interact with hikers and enjoy the majestic solitude.
Picks include “A Better Man” by Louise Penny and “Radicals, Resistance, and Revenge” by Jeanine Pirro.
The result of a lifelong ambition, the Mausshardt home is one of six historic residences you can tour Sept. 14.
The opening of the Everett Clubhouse is ‘the fulfillment of a vision’ for an Everett couple.
The guitarist-singer of “Frampton Comes Alive” fame has a degenerative muscle disease.
As we age, our experience of time radically changes. The solution? Live life to the fullest.