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Red Tricycle Recommends: Horseback Riding with the Kids

Many of us have one — they gallop around the house, they sleep in their favorite cowboy boots, and they dream about one thing…HORSES!  If you’ve got a little cowgirl or cowboy on your hands, it’s the perfect time to get them up close and personal with the animals they love. Luckily we live in an area with an abundance of options for horseback riding.  Whether it’s pony rides, birthday party locations, camps or private riding lessons you seek, we’ve got you covered with a slew of options for horseback riding in Seattle.  Giddyup!


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VIDEO: Boy Does 'Thriller' Dance on Jumbotron at Mariners Game

If you're like our hard at work edit team and spend the afternoon trolling the Web for online video gems (in the name of "research," of course), then you'll appreciate this gone-viral video of a 12-year-old Snoqualmie boy dancing to "Thriller" at a recent Mariners game.

Jonah Duvall, the local dancing sensation

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Food News: Cantinetta Owners to Open Eastside Specialty Market and Deli

Eastsiders will soon welcome Mercato Stellina, a new market and sandwich shop from the owners of Cantinetta.

Some good news for Eastsiders: The owners of Cantinetta announced this week plans to open Mercato Stellina (10000 Main Street, Downtown Bellevue), an Italian market and sandwich shop in downtown Bellevue.

We’ve been told the new shop will feature a mix of Italian specialty goods, including cheese and wine, cured meats, fresh pasta made at Cantinetta, plus dried pasta and pasta sauces, olive oils and aged balsamic vinegars, and fresh bread. And there'll be takeout sandwiches (g Read more »

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Five Can't-miss Events for the Week of July 7-13

Seattle native and sculptor David Herbert brings "art-ificial" intelligence to the Henry

Must Taste
$2 Food Walk
Saturday (7/9) -
Just when we needed a new excuse to explore the International District’s affordable and satisfying dining scene, local restaurants bring us a $2 Food Walk, part of the ID’s Dragon Fest, a two day festival (7/9 & 7/10) featuring more than 30 cultural performances including Chinese lion and dragon dances. With 85 restaurants participating in this year’s food walk, you’d be wise to stock up on small bills. Read more »

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Red Tricycle Recommends: Seattle Fourth of July Roundup

Fourth of July is celebrated in Seattle as the day that heralds the return of summer weather to the Pacific Northwest. The temperature rises, flags wave and Miss Mary Mack’s elephants finally return from their jump over the fence.

If your family’s endurance is high and you don’t mind crowds, the all-day Family Fourth festival at Gas Works Park is the big show in town, and was saved this year at the last minute by donations from local businesses and citizens. Read more »

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