Fall Family Specials at Paladar Latin Kitchen

Posted October 20th, 2015 by Sandie in Dining Out, Food

Fall Family Specials at Paladar Latin Kitchen

We get pitched daily with requests to promote local restaurants, stores, and events, and unfortunately we just can’t get to all of them. But one that spoke to me immediately was a chance to try Paladar Latin Kitchen & Rum Bar. As a Latina who has lived only in two […]

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How Shrek: The Musical saved my summer

Posted October 17th, 2015 by Jessica Haney in Entertainment, Theater, Uncategorized

How Shrek: The Musical saved my summer

Taking my kids to see Shrek: The Musical at Encore Stage & Studio saved our summer. It’s three months later, and I am still humming along and sending up gratitude for such a fun show. We have attended loads of performances with Encore, and my kids have done some of their […]

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Fire Prevention Week: Sparky App Teaches Fire Safety

Posted October 6th, 2015 by Sandie in Causes, Health, Parenting

Fire Prevention Week: Sparky App Teaches Fire Safety

This compensated post is sponsored by the National Fire Protection Association. All opinions are my own. It’s Fire Prevention Week, and the perfect time to discuss fire safety with your kids. The National Fire Protection Association has released a new app, Sparky’s Brain Busters, to teach kids about fire safety […]

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Pumpkin Fever at Giant and Other Stores

Posted September 28th, 2015 by Sandie in Food

Pumpkin Fever at Giant and Other Stores

If you love the taste of pumpkin, autumn must be the most wonderful time of year. Even before autumn officially began this past week, pumpkin products started hitting local stores and eateries alongside Halloween candy, trick-or-treat bags, and of course actual pumpkins for carving or cooking. Just as pumpkin spice […]

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Pope Francis DC Visit: I’m Going to the Capitol

Posted September 24th, 2015 by Sandie in Around Town, Living

Pope Francis DC Visit: I’m Going to the Capitol

I’m not Catholic (even though most people assume if you’re Latin@ you must be Catholic), but I love how progressive and open-hearted he is, how he takes the time to really be rooted in the world, how he manages to electrify lapsed Catholics and even non-Catholics alike. So thanks to […]

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