Four recipes that explain the science behind cooking. Learn what makes ice cream so creamy, how popcorn pops, what makes marshmallows gooey and fluffy, and how English muffins get the butter-soaking nooks and crannies.
This March, look forward to St. Patrick’s Day revelry, an early Easter, and educational, fun activities for Women’s History Month. Go maple sugaring or plan any number of other exciting day trips!
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is experimenting with a light display in the Ancient Egypt exhibit to show how the Temple of Dendur may have looked when it was first built.
The Titanosaur is now on display at the American Museum of Natural History. The dinosaur was discovered in 2014 in Argentine Patagonia and is the largest dinosaur ever found, at a whopping 122 feet long.
Safer Communities special task force of Westchester County releases a 10-point guide for head injury and concussion prevention for high school students and young athletes.
The local 'kindie' music scene has exploded in recent years, with more artists doing more creative work and more venues in which to experience the music.
UPDATED December 2016: This year, Kwanzaa is celebrated Dec. 26-Jan. 1, 2017. Here's where you can learn about and celebrate Kwanzaa in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Long Island, and Westchester.
UPDATED December 2016: A roundup of kid-friendly events that celebrate Hanukkah in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
UPDATED November 2016: A roundup of fun ways to celebrate Hanukkah with your kids in Rockland, Westchester, and Fairfield counties.
Common Sense Media shares its ratings for three classic Christmas movies, and what to expect in 'Star Wars: Episode VII: The Force Awakens', in theaters Dec. 18.
UPDATED November 2016: Visit New York Botanical Garden, Grand Central Terminal, and New-York Historical Society for their holiday train shows and plenty of other family-friendly activities for the 2016 winter season.
The Tenement Museum shows NYC history and what life was like for immigrants in the U.S. Here are the best kept secrets of the museum, and what to know before you go.
Calling all dollhouse lovers: The $8.5 million Astolat Dollhouse Castle will be on view at the Shops at Columbus Circle Nov. 12-Dec. 8.
The American Museum of Natural History's newest science exhibit for kids, The Secret World Inside You, explores the human body as an ecosystem made up of trillions of single-cell organisms that affect your body and health.
Symphony Space, a performing arts center on the Upper West Side, recently announced its 2015-2016 Just Kidding family-friendly entertainment lineup.
The Big Apple Circus presents specially adapted matinee performances of its new show, The Grand Tour, for children with special needs.
A week of activities for kids in New York City to celebrate of "The Peanuts Movie."
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month! Visit BounceU of Paramus, BounceU of Nanuet, or BounceU of Elmsford throughout the month of October to participate in a community art project that donates to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
Legoland Discovery Center Westchester has a new Lego sculpture on display Oct. 1-14 at Westchester's Ridge Hill: a Porsche 911 RSR that is half constructed of Lego bricks, half real car.
After 113 years of being left out in the cold (literally), the New York City Toy Fair held at the Javitz Center will welcome kids and families in 2016.
Relive Downtown Manhattan's maritime history at the South Street Seaport Museum on the waterfront, where you can board a historic ship, go for a sail, check out exhibits, join family programs, and stroll this historic NYC district.
Chateau Pony Parties, a family owned stable in Midtown Manhattan, now offers after-school pony rides for children, as well as its popular pony birthday parties.
Housed inside a historic subway station, the New York Transit Museum takes an interactive, educational look at how the city moves—literally. Here's when and why to visit with your kids.
To commemorate the tragic events that happened 14 years ago, venues across Manhattan, and the country, are honoring those affected by Sept. 11, 2001. Here are four places you can remember 9/11 in NYC.
Tykes in the Heights, a children's store and activity center, recently opened in Prospect Heights. The store offers classes such as sing-alongs, art and creative movement, mommy-and-me time, and creative workshops for kids of all ages.