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Mary MacRae Warren

Mary MacRae Warren (aka Mrs. Cleavage) is a single mother who lives with her delightful young boy child in a cluttered apartment in Crown Heights. She is saucy, opinionated, creative, and a smarty-pants - not necessarily in that order. This is her story, live and unedited from Brooklyn. Check out her other thoughts at Eat. Drink. Memory.

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Caramel Apple Pumpkins Recipe
by Mary MacRae Warren - September 17, 2009

Here’s a treat that turns an apple-y tradition into a seasonal delight!

Gotta Sing, Gotta Dance: Broadway Babies/Superstars
by Mary MacRae Warren - September 10, 2008

As a child, Audrey Kaplan couldn’t get enough of Broadway show tunes. She started Broadway Babies/Superstars to introduce children to that very music. Kaplan’s goal to create new generations of theater-lovers has succeeded far beyond her wildest expectations, with each semester enrolling roughly 900 students for classes.

Race to Connecticut: Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center
by Mary MacRae Warren - May 16, 2008

Whatever ideas visitors have about race are sure to be challenged by the Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center’s new exhibit, RACE: Are We So Different?. The exhibit examines the history of the social construct of race and our experience of race in daily life, demonstrating that it is not just a “black and white” issue.

Star Light, Star Bright...at the Rockland Astronomy Club
by Mary MacRae Warren - January 09, 2008

Parents and kids who find themselves looking with wonder at the nighttime sky can find like-minded stargazers at the Rockland Astronomy Club.

Queens’ Dutch Treat
by Mary MacRae Warren - October 10, 2007

Time travel? It’s as simple as swiping your Metrocard and boarding a Brooklyn-bound L train.

Moved by the Moving Image
by Mary MacRae Warren - August 29, 2007

Think your kids spend too much time in front of a screen? A visit to the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria will put a context around all that content.

Parties from the Heart
by Mary MacRae Warren - October 13, 2007

When Joyce Jabbour’s daughter was turning 11, she asked to go on a shopping spree with friends to celebrate.

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