Highlights from the digital edition of New York Family‘s July 2012 issue: The Ultimate Guide To Raising Kids In The City. —
We’re excited to bring you the digital edition of New York Family’s July 2012 issue: The Ultimate Guide To Raising Kids In The City. Here are the highlights.
Ultimate In What Way?
Plus, Some Really Good Alternatives!
12 Can’t-Miss Family-Friendly Events In The Year Ahead
How Well Do You Know NYC? (Answers Here)
Tutoring, Babysitting, Even Vacationing—There’s More Opportunities To Contain The Cost Of An NYC Childhood Than One Might Think
Why Manhattan’s Broad Streets And Close Neighbors Give This City Mom’s Family Just The Right Amount Of Space
DIRECTORIES & SPECIAL SECTIONS
With New Venues And Programs Popping Up All Over The City, The Choice Is Yours For What Class Best Suits Your Child
From World-Class Venues And Entertainers To Towering Cakes, The Big Apple Has All A Child Could Ask For When It Comes To Blowing Out Birthday Candles
The City’s Diverse Museums Are Gearing Their Programs And Exhibits Toward Families—From Arts And Culture To Science And Technology
From Theaters Devoted To Children’s Plays To Broadway’s Biggest Acts, There’s Always A Show-Stopping Performance To Be Seen In Our Wonderful City
Our Annual A-Z Guide To The City’s Most Notable And Memorable Experiences
A Family Guide To The City’s Best Places To Buy Children’s Clothes, Shoes, Toys, Furnishings, Books & More
With So Many Great Local Photographers, You Can Find The Right Style And Snapshot For Your Family
The City’s Top Hospitals, Doctors, Dentists, Nutritionists And Exercise Centers With A Focus On Parents And Kids
Whether They Are Going To Day Camp Or Sleepaway, Most Kids Have Some Trepidation The First Time. Here’s How You Can Bolster Their Readiness (And Yours Too)
A Selective Guide To Everything For Bump And Baby
Priceless Advice From A Dynamic Mother Of Multiples
With So Many Options In The City—Public, Private, Charter And Parochial—Parents Need To Do Their Research
Evaluations? Programs? Services? The Good News Is That There Are Lots of Local Services For Special Needs Children. The Bad News Is That There’s A Learning Curve For Parents
What To Look For In A Building
A Roster Of The “Best” Kid-Friendly Restaurants In NYC
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