I know we're all feeling a little bit anxious about the possibility of a(nother) government shutdown and the unexpected loss of income. It's a lot to take in, especially when we're already juggling so many things. We're worried about...

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There are quite a few of us in the D.C. area who once called Hawaii home. When we encounter one another, an immediate bond is often formed from that fact alone, followed by a peppering of eager questions: "What...
It's been more than 60 years and we're still obsessed with Barbie. Barbara Millicent "Barbie" Roberts came into this world on March 9, 1959 and now, 64 years later, comes writer/director Greta Gerwig's highly-anticipated fantasy comedy film called, of...
Get ready for takeoff, because this weekend DC’s most popular museum reopens after an extensive renovation. The National Air and Space Museum has always been a top destination for kids and families. Now it reopens October 14th with eight...
Another year of celebrating Latinx culture! We are well into Hispanic Heritage Month and have a calendar full of festivals and opportunities to taste foods that represent every corner of our culture. It is also a great opportunity learn...
Amazon's Prime Day is almost here! If you have been eyeing something on Amazon, it's almost your chance to get the best deal. While we don't know the exact deals for Amazon Prime Day, we are spotlighting some great...
In the span of a week, I found myself complacent in feeling numb as a parent. First, my child had been a close contact with Covid three times in a matter of days. Three times. And each time, I...
Celebrating Black History Month during a pandemic can present indoor challenges. So here's a guide on how to celebrate outdoors. Many museums are closed or have limited entry, and let’s face it, sometimes scheduling advance tickets is not part of...
Looking for where to get a COVID-19 vaccine for your child age 5 or older? Or maybe the most convenient place to get your first dose, second dose, or your booster? Look no further! DC, Maryland, and Virginia have hundreds...
COVID-19 has caused so much uncertainty for nearly two years now. Like every other family, we are craving and missing our “old” social life and not living in the fear of the unknown. For us, getting a COVID vaccine and having...
I'm asked for recommendations all the time for the best true crime podcasts. Why? Because ever since "Serial" debuted in 2014, I have been hooked. I listen to true crime podcasts constantly, although, I've had to pause around my son...
This past month has been a particularly heavy month to watch news from around the world. The upheaval in Afghanistan has led to scores of displaced families becoming refugees. Many thousands have and will continue to settle in our...
This has definitely been a heavy week for many of us. The developments all over the world over the past couple of weeks have left me paralyzed and with a sense of hopelessness. I usually wake up, read the...
When I was pregnant, I could barely walk from my car into my work building without taking a break. And I counted that as my exercise for the day. But when it comes to Lindsay Flach - she's a bit...

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Guide to Outdoor Movies in DC, MD, and VA

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There’s something truly magical about watching a movie outdoors, and the Washington, DC area offers a myriad of venues where you can enjoy your...