• New York Family’s January 2013 Issue

    The Best Strollers Of 2013 + 100 Cool Kids Winter Classes + Our Interview With Michael Strahan

    By New York Family

    We’re excited to bring you the digital edition of New York Family magazine’s January issue. Here are the highlights:

    Features

    Michael In The Morning: Football Legend And Father Of Four, Michael Strahan Has Teamed Up With Kelly Ripa To Co-Host TV’s Hottest Daytime Show

    Cool Winter Classes: 100+ Of Our Favorite Children’s Classes For The New Year

    Family Fun Guide

    Ten Great Events For January: Dinosaur Zoo, KamiKaze Fireflies, Retro Science, And More

    Welcome To Winter
    : The Best Of Local Skiing, Ice Skating, Sledding, Hot Chocolate, Indoor Fun, And More
    Raising The Barre: From Classics Like “Cinderella” To New Shows Like “Bark! In The Park,” New York Theatre Ballet Specializes In Performances Just For Children

    Home & Away

    Travel: Escapist Family Stories To Inspire New-Year Wanderlust

    Columns

    Editor’s Note: A Collective Respite

    It’s My Party
    : Birthday Celebrations At Bowlmor Lanes, Scribble Press, And Jodi’s Gym

    A Good Idea
    : A Traditional Brazilian Martial Art Teaches Children Focus And Discipline Through Movement And Music

    Parent In Profile
    : As The Founder Of The Popular Website Mommy Poppins, Anna Fader Helps Families Find The Magic In NYC

    Stroller Guide
    : The Best Strollers Of 2013

    Growing Up
    : In Her New Book, The Author Of The Price Of Privilege Offers Parents Advice For Raising Independent Children—Letting Them Learn For Themselves

    The Last Word
    : In The Face Of School And Family Challenges, A Nine-Year-Old Invents The Smarticles Machine

    As always, we would love to know what you think. Please email us at newyorkfamily@manhattanmedia.com with your feedback. Enjoy!

  • Calendar

    Honey Harvest Festival At The Voelker Orth Museum

    Join the Voelker Orth Museum in Flushing, Queens for its Honey Harvest Festival! All ages can learn the bee waggle... [more]

    Central Park Conservancy Film Festival At Central Park

    Grab a picnic and blanket to celebrate New York's iconic role in cinema at the Central Park Conservancy Film Festival, starting... [more]

    Wicked on Broadway

    The prequel to The Wizard of Oz, this popular show focuses on the history of the Wicked Witch of the West. Highly... [more]

    Chinese Ribbon Dance Workshop At Battery Park City Library

    Ages 4 and up are invited to the Battery Park City Library for a Chinese Ribbon Dance Workshop! Margaret Yuen,... [more]

    Stomp

    This eight-person ensemble creates music with everyday items; no real instruments allowed. It’s all about dance, rhythm, and creativity. Children... [more]

    The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway

    Broadway’s longest-running show, based on the horror novel in which a deformed composer haunts an opera house, still delivers romance,... [more]

    Little Makers: Chill Out With A Fizzy Drink At The New York Hall of Science

    Want to know the secrets behind citrus fruits? Come to the New York Hall of  Science on Friday, August 22nd... [more]

    Stomp

    This eight-person ensemble creates music with everyday items; no real instruments allowed. It’s all about dance, rhythm, and creativity. Children... [more]

    The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway

    Broadway’s longest-running show, based on the horror novel in which a deformed composer haunts an opera house, still delivers romance,... [more]

    Astronomy Night At The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum

    Spend an evening star-gazing during Astronomy Night at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. Local astronomers will answer questions... [more]

    Goldilocks & the 3 Bears At Puppetworks

    See Robert Southey's classic folk-tale "Goldilocks & the 3 Bears" as you've never seen it before at Puppetworks! With adorable... [more]

    Goldilocks & the 3 Bears At Puppetworks

    See Robert Southey's classic folk-tale "Goldilocks & the 3 Bears" as you've never seen it before at Puppetworks! With adorable... [more]

    Brighton Jubilee Festival At Brighton Beach

    Come to the annual Brighton Jubilee Festival on Sunday, August 24th to experience multiple entertainment stages, shopping booths, kiddie rides,... [more]

    Stomp

    This eight-person ensemble creates music with everyday items; no real instruments allowed. It’s all about dance, rhythm, and creativity. Children... [more]

    Newsies The Musical on Broadway

    Based on the Disney movie and the real-life newsboy strike, this show focuses on a group of newsboys who fight... [more]

    Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs at American Museum of Natural History

    Take a walk back in time to when dinosaurs roamed the earth. In AMNH's latest exhibit, Pterosaurs: Flight in the... [more]

    Art Adventure Mondays At The Jewish Museum

    Explore the galleries of the Jewish Museum with stories, sketching, and exciting themes each week.... [more]

    The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway

    Broadway’s longest-running show, based on the horror novel in which a deformed composer haunts an opera house, still delivers romance,... [more]

    Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs at American Museum of Natural History

    Take a walk back in time to when dinosaurs roamed the earth. In AMNH's latest exhibit, Pterosaurs: Flight in the... [more]

    Blue Man Group

    This literally blue trio combines theater, art, and technology into a fascinatingly original performance that’s hard to describe. It’s recommended... [more]

    Cinderella on Broadway

    Originally produced for television in 1957 and starring an up-and-coming Julie Andrews, this Rodgers & Hammerstein musical made its Broadway... [more]

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