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Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe at the Brooklyn Museum

Killer Heels in Brooklyn

As I sit nursing my aching feet, which are apparently paying me back now for overdoing the cute shoes in my 20s, and having just bought the ugliest pair of shoes I could possibly imagine to help nurse them back to health, the irony of the title of the Brooklyn Museum‘s upcoming show does not more »

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Ukes Galore

I have always liked ukuleles. I personally own three, including a ukulele sized banjo that is tuned like a ukulele; a banjolele, if you will. On the back of it is a sticker for the company, the Magic Fluke. I looked into the company , and they make 3 different types of ukuleles (and most more »

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How to GeekyCon: a parent guide

I have never felt so old and out of touch in my life. There are adorable young people in costumes – antlers, ears, tails, Potter-esque school robes – in a line hundreds long to get autographs and photos of people I’ve never heard of. Well, OK, I’ve heard of a few of them because my more »

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From Thrill to Chill: Hershey Park for all sizes (Part 2)

Part Two: Hershey Park Fortified by chocolate after a great morning at Chocolate World, we were ready to tackle the park. The plan (challenge?) was to spend a few hours there as a family trying to find things we could all do together, then John would stay with the boys to go on the thrillier more »

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Beaches near Washington, DC: Flag Ponds Nature Park

Need a taste of salt air and the feel of sand between your toes but you can’t bear the thought of 4+ hours in Bay Bridge traffic? We’ll be featuring some of our favorite beaches near Washington, DC this summer. If you have a favorite, please let us know in the comments below. Just an more »

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Our latest e-book

We are thrilled to announce the release of our e-book, Brussels with Kids, a guidebook for families traveling to the European capital. With added bonus - a comic book just for the kids by illustrator Sharon Emerson!

Brussels with Kids

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