• A Skip In Time: Skip Hop Turns 10

      The Couple Behind Skip Hop Celebrates 10 Years Of Great Baby Gear With The Launch Of A Layette Line And By Making More Time To Enjoy Each Other

    • Children, Dollars, And Sense

      An interview with Ron Lieber, the New York Times finance columnist, dad, and author of "The Opposite of Spoiled: Raising Kids Who Are Grounded, Generous and Smart About Money"

    • The Couple Behind Skip Hop Celebrates 10 Years Of Great Baby Gear With The Launch Of A Layette Line And By Making More Time To Enjoy Each Other

    • An interview with Ron Lieber, the New York Times finance columnist, dad, and author of "The Opposite of Spoiled: Raising Kids Who Are Grounded, Generous and Smart About Money"

    • How Advantage QuickStart Tennis is revolutionizing instruction for children

    • Buoyed by his love of toys, local dad & journalist Jim Silver has created the ultimate shopping app & website for parents seeking reviews of all things play.

    • These inspiring stories of New Yorkers helping one another after hurricane Sandy remind us of the city's powerful community.

    • With its locator app and destination-specific content, Mommy Nearest is becoming a go-to resource for urban parents

    • Help put smile on a child-in-need's face by supporting Operation Backpack--July 14 through August 8

  • Calendar

    11th Annual kidsfilmfest At Made In NY Media Center

    Calling all little film buffs! A program of the Brooklyn Film Festival, the 11th Annual kidsfilmfest seeks to discover and promote... [more]

    “Curious George” At The Tribeca Performing Arts Center

    Ages 4 and up will delight in the monkey business of Curious George at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center. The... [more]

    “Paper Planet” At The Duke On 42nd Street

    Melbourne, Australia’s Polyglot Theatre will present “Paper Planet” at  The Duke on 42nd Street beginning this Saturday. This interactive experience... [more]

    The Ultimate Science Street Fair In Washington Square Park

    The World Science Festival will turn Washington Square Park into an outdoor lab for a day of hands-on activities, interactive experiments,... [more]

    Carnegie Kids: Emily Eagen And The Whistling Wolves At Carnegie Hall

    At this Carnegie Kids concert, musician Emily Eagen and members of her roots band, the Whistling Wolves, will perform a... [more]

    Adoptapalooza In Union Square Park

    Looking for a new furry friend? Join the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals at Adoptapalooza, a pet adoption bonanza which... [more]

    Nature’s Fury Exhibit At American Museum Of Natural History

    It’s difficult to understand why there are earthquakes, volcanoes, tornadoes, and hurricanes on our planet. In Nature’s Fury: The Science... [more]

    “Far, Far Away…” Exhibit At The Children’s Museum Of The Arts

    The Children’s Museum of the Arts’ latest exhibit, “Far, Far Away…” explores the possibility of other worlds, dreamscapes, and imagined... [more]

    “Life At The Limits: Stories Of Amazing Species” Exhibit At AMNH

    The American Museum of Natural History’s newest exhibit, “Life at the Limits: Stories of Amazing Species,” delves into the amazing... [more]

    Nature’s Fury Exhibit At American Museum Of Natural History

    It’s difficult to understand why there are earthquakes, volcanoes, tornadoes, and hurricanes on our planet. In Nature’s Fury: The Science... [more]

    “Inspired by Nam June Paik: Becoming Robot” Exhibit At The Asia Society

    "Inspired by Nam June Paik: Becoming Robot" is part of a series of exhibitions that presents the work of New... [more]

    Stargazing At The High Line

    You can see the stars in NYC! Beginning at dusk every Tuesday through October, Join the Amateur Astronomers Association for stargazing with... [more]

    Nature’s Fury Exhibit At American Museum Of Natural History

    It’s difficult to understand why there are earthquakes, volcanoes, tornadoes, and hurricanes on our planet. In Nature’s Fury: The Science... [more]

    “Far, Far Away…” Exhibit At The Children’s Museum Of The Arts

    The Children’s Museum of the Arts’ latest exhibit, “Far, Far Away…” explores the possibility of other worlds, dreamscapes, and imagined... [more]

    Wednesdays In Teardrop Park

    School-aged children are invited to Teardrop Park for creative art projects--including painting, collage, sculpture, and nature-based works--and fun games on... [more]

    Nature’s Fury Exhibit At American Museum Of Natural History

    It’s difficult to understand why there are earthquakes, volcanoes, tornadoes, and hurricanes on our planet. In Nature’s Fury: The Science... [more]

    “Frida Kahlo: Art, Garden, Life” Exhibit At The New York Botanical Garden

    Explore the art, gardens, and life of legendary artist Frida Kahlo at the New York Botanical Garden. Visitors can view... [more]

    “Inspired by Nam June Paik: Becoming Robot” Exhibit At The Asia Society

    "Inspired by Nam June Paik: Becoming Robot" is part of a series of exhibitions that presents the work of New... [more]

    Nature’s Fury Exhibit At American Museum Of Natural History

    It’s difficult to understand why there are earthquakes, volcanoes, tornadoes, and hurricanes on our planet. In Nature’s Fury: The Science... [more]

    Please Touch the Art Exhibit In Brooklyn Bridge Park

    The Public Art Fund announces "Please Touch the Art," a  new exhibition by Danish artist Jeppe Hein composed of 18 unique sculptures... [more]

    “Frida Kahlo: Art, Garden, Life” Exhibit At The New York Botanical Garden

    Explore the art, gardens, and life of legendary artist Frida Kahlo at the New York Botanical Garden. Visitors can view... [more]

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