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Gaining That Edge
New Chelsea Piers program takes young athletes to the next level. (read the story...)

BAX Grows Up — and Down
Brooklyn Arts Exchange, a 16-year-old institution, has been ensconced on 5th Avenue in Park Slope since 1998. But it outgrew its location a few years ago. (read the story...)

Rubbing Shoulders with the Stars
Theater camps are a dime a dozen in New York City, but Camp Broadway stands out, not least because its weeklong fees are exponentially higher than the others. But in addition, this performing arts camp, started in 1995, offers an authentic Broadway experience (read the story...)

Panama: The Next Eco-Destination
When you’re traveling with kids, you may want a bit of the exotic, but you also need to make sure you have the familiar. Panama offers the perfect combination. (read the story...)

Park It
Central Park has a new family area, The Children's Glade. (read the story...)

Another Cup of Tea
The third Alice’s Tea Cup, for snacks or kids’ parties, has opened at 220 East 81st Street. (read the story...)

Great Apes & Griffins
At the American Museum of Natural History, you can learn the science behind imaginary creatures in 'Mythic Creatures: Dragons, Unicorns & Mermaids' — a glorious new exhibit that takes a scientific approach to legend. (read the story...)

A Mighty Empire, downsized
As always at a Children’s Museum of Manhattan (CMOM) exhibit, computers facilitate the learning. (read the story...)

Six Tips and Tricks for Better Outdoor Photos
Taking photos of — and with — your child is a great way to save and share your outdoor fun. Here are some tried-and-true tips for photographers of all ages. (read the story...)

Indianapolis: A Charm for Children
More than you’d imagine! (read the story...)

Bringing Back The Arts In Queens
When school districts’ budgets are under-funded, often the first thing to be eliminated is arts education. When that happens, in comes the Center for Arts Education (CAE). (read the story...)

MAD (Music And Drama) ABOUT BOOKS
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The Cultured Canine of Avery Fisher Hall
When philanthropist and dog enthusiast Karen LeFrak decided to write a book introducing children to the beauty of an orchestra, it was music to the ears of the New York Philharmonic. (read the story...)

'eebee' Talks to Toddlers
'eebee’s adventures', created by New Yorkers, is a new DVD series that is based on the concept “every baby learns by doing.” (read the story...)

Motherhood on Stage
The trials of motherhood have been turned into novels, poetry, and war stories for friends. But if you are an actress, it is natural to write yourself a play. That is just what Amy Wilson has done, in her one-woman show, Mother Load. (read the story...)

Shame & Neglect
What has become of the sanctity of the library? Am I just a blind devotee to the magic of these places, or have things changed? (read the story...)

Happy Birthday, Jamestown!
This year marks the 400th anniversary of the founding of Jamestown, Virginia, America's first permanent English settlement. (read the story...)

Behind the Curtain
You may have been to these places, but they have special behind the scenes tours. (read the story...)

Big Brother Ed
Former mayor Ed Koch recently collaborated with his sister, Pat, on their second children’s book. (read the story...)

PAVE-ing the Way for Future Artists
In today’s climate of ever-shrinking funding for the arts, one need only turn to a city in southern Westchester to understand the power of vision and commitment. (read the story...)

Bourne Identified
British choreographer and director Matthew Bourne has adapted Tim Burton’s movie, 'Edward Scissorhands', for the stage. We caught up by email to discuss Edward and other muses. (read the story...)

Curtain up!
The (almost) new A Class Act also offers New York City kids something unique in its acting classes — the opportunity to train with Broadway professionals. (read the story...)

Lights, camera . . .
Kids are involved in drama classes throughout the city, but City Lights Youth Theatre occupies a special niche. (read the story...)

Singing for Somers
Somers has a star in the making. Meet Kristi Nicole, 15. (read the story...)

Where to: Find New York Area Zoos and Wildlife Centers
A guide to zoos and wildlife centers in Connecticut, Weschester, New Jersey and NYC areas. (read the story...)


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Crystal Theatre
Located at Ben Franklin Theater or Cranbury Park
Norwalk, CT
203-847-4850
Norwalk's non-profit Crystal Theatre will be offer...

Curtain Call, Inc.
1349 Newfield Ave.
Stamford, CT
203-329-8207 x16
Curtain Call is the non-profit, theatrical product...

Camp Pelican
15 E. Putnam Ave., #3330
Greenwich, CT
203-622-6654
Camp Pelican was founded with the goal of providin...

Deer Mountain Day Camp
63 Call Hollow Road
Pomona, NY
845-354-2727
Deer Mountain Day Camp is one of the first establi...

Flash Pointe Dance
1657 Post Road
Fairfield, CT
203-259-1600
Flash Pointe Dance was created to provide an envir...

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