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Sunday, February 18, 2018

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Teen jobs: Out-of-the-box ideas for summer

School will soon be out for the summer. And while the temperatures rise, so too will the level of your teenager’s boredom. Summer jobs can be a perfect solution. True, many summer jobs for teens include a greasy grill scraper or a drive-through headset, but there are plenty of other opportunities for 16- and 17-year-olds […]

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San Diego caters to families with “kids free” deals all month in October

Every October, San Diego reaches out to families with free deals for kids — including free admission to major attractions such as the San Diego Zoo and SeaWorld. Many hotels offer kids-eat-free deals or gifts at check-in. In all, there are more than 100 Kids Free October offers listed on the tourism website Here […]

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Dining out is easier for families when kids eat free

My 6-year-old son, Remy, loves food — all kinds of food. His TV heroes both host food shows on the “Travel Channel.” I appreciate his adventurous appetite. But when it comes to dining out, we’re constantly plagued by a problem many parents face: we can grab affordable but mostly fried kids fare, or stress the […]

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A merry tax credit for you and yours

Sandwiched between Thanksgiving and New Years Day are weeks of parties, presents and family time. This is also the time of year when schools and charities ask for donations that are not merely tax deductible, but qualify you and your fellow jolly Arizona taxpayers for tax credits. Schools and charities ramp up their campaigns for […]

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