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Celebrate National Poetry Month

By Carrie Finlinson

April is National Poetry Month and the word lover in me can't let it float by unnoticed. So I am going to celebrate by sharing this little story. Last fall, my husband and I took our 14 year old daughter on a solo trip to New York City. She earned it the year before with perfect grades, but that ... Read More

Worlds Largest Dinosaurs at the Perot Museum in Dallas, Texas

By Rosandra

The World's Largest Dinosaurs are making their appearance at the Perot Museum in Dallas, Texas, until September 1st. Tickets to see The World's Largest Dinosaurs are now on sale. Admission toThe World’s Largest Dinosaurs is timed entry, at 30 minute intervals, and requires the purchase of... Read More

Tillamook Celebrated National Grilled Cheese Day At the Dallas Zoo

By stephaniecrespin

What holiday makes your mouth water by just the mention of it?  Four words: National.  Grilled.  Cheese.  Day.  On April 12, the 105 year old farmer owned cooperative, Tillamook,  helped kids and adults of all ages celebrate National Grilled Cheese Day.  Tillamook stated that everything ... Read More

Paintings Among the Petunias: Artscape at Dallas Arboretum This Weekend {Win Tickets}

By autumnreo

The Dallas Arboretum hosts Artscape, a juried fine art and fine craft show on April 26 and 27, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Artscape will feature 75 national and local artists and their nature-inspired artwork on display and for sale including paintings, sculpture, 2-D and 3-D mixed media pieces, photography an... Read More

Body Logic Spray Tan Service In Tomball, Texas

By Jenny Crozier

Ahhh the smell of Spring...wait a second that's me and the smell of my new Body Logic spray on tan! Being a mom takes pretty much all your time!  Who has time to tan?  Between graduations, parties and the upcoming summer fun the last thing you want to worry about is looking and feeling your absol... Read More

Passport To Balboa Park, San Diego

By Holli Blankenbiller

Balboa Park is one of the great treasures of San Diego.  Home to the San Diego Zoo, fantastic museums, and fabulous cultural events, it is one of the places we find ourselves visiting many times throughout the year. Balboa Park will be celebrating its centennial in 2015 with spectacular events a... Read More

My First Visit To Trader Joe's In Salt Lake City

By Carrie Finlinson

Today was my first visit to Trader Joe's, a specialty grocery store that sells "innovative, hard to find, great tasting foods" (see Trader Joe's website.)  For me, the 400 South 634 East location in Salt Lake City is a little bit of a drive, but my sister drives from Provo at least once a month to... Read More

Utah's Empress Theatre - Meet Me At The Show DISCOUNT and SPECIAL EVENT: Shrek The Musical

By Michelle Powell

On my list of 9 Things To Do With Kids In Utah, I listed The Empress Theatre as a great place to teach your kids the love of live theater. Shrek The Musical is coming to The Empress Theatre, and I am so excited, that I would love to have you come with me! I have scheduled an Enjoy Utah day at th... Read More

10 Things To Throw Out Right NOW

By Erin Collard

I'm the daughter of a Class 5 Hoarder, so I actually giggle when I watch "Buried Alive: Hoarders" because man, those people are amateurs!  So I'm the one hovering over my poor kids at their birthday parties whispering "do you really need that?  How about we put that in the 'throw away' pil... Read More

No Bake Cookie Breakfast Oatmeal Recipe

By Karen Petersen

You know  me, I love cookies.  If the cookies have chocolate and peanut butter in them they are definitely a winner!  One of my favorites is the good ol' No Bake Cookie.  You know the one with oatmeal and chocolate and peanut butter?  Drop those babies by tablespoonful onto some waxed or parchm... Read More