A little girl named Cindy Lou helps the Grinch understand the real meaning of Christmas.
Children cannot express their feelings in the same way adults do. That's where play therapy comes in.
Watching children realize that they can pick any book they want, take it home and keep it forever filled me with the sort of joy I don't get to experience very often.
Teaching our children, and reminding ourselves, how to show gratitude this Thanksgiving and all year long.
Here are a few things to keep in mind after your teen submits his or her college applications.
A beautiful piece of art made from a fallen red oak tree awaits visitors just off of a wide, multiuse trail.
Yes, you can travel with your special needs child. Here are all the tips you need to start planning.
View astronomical, hear a silly story, pick pecans and get free admission to a museum.
Visit Santa and enjoy the sounds of strolling carolers in the lobby starting one hour before the concert.
Browse profiles on everything from from student-to-faculty ratios to acceptance rates and the percentage of students who successfully graduate in four years.
Help prevent the misuse of medications by disposing of them properly.
Make thank you cards for veterans, explore Charles Darwin’s theories, find out about Durham's impact on World War I and explore how artists convey feelings through color.
From snowmobiling to a gingerbread house class, there's something for all ages.
Don't miss these two opportunities to help Lightning the Donkey ring in his 20th year.
Many of the Triangle’s best-known historic homes, elegantly decorated for the holiday season, open their doors to visitors next month.
And tips to navigate the holiday experiences as a team
Gifts that spark imagination, inspiration
Learn about North Carolina’s buffalo population in honor of National Bison Day, explore Native American communities and North Carolina’s tribes, and get a primer on coding in Durham.
Win tickets to see the newest Grinch movie with your family.
Given the chance, kids are natural builders and makers
From festivals to holiday performances, here's a look at what's happening in November.
We're giving away 10 vouchers to help pay for your Thanksgiving meal.
Unique food hall dining experiences are now — or will soon be — available in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill and Cary.
CTE-minded learners have access to multiple resources — and can even get a jump-start on college
The First Tee of the Triangle’s after-school program gives kids a path to success
Tips from the pros and parents
Discover private school funding options for low-income students in North Carolina.
Read expert advice for families, from parents who have been there.
Read 10 tips from an experienced mom.
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