The Department of Consumers Affairs (DCA) in New York issued a warning against the security issues of some WiFi-enabled cameras on baby monitors.
Play Fair, hosted by the Toy Industry Association and LeftField Media, will be held at the Javits Center on February 13-14.
Lego introduced its first ever disabled figure.
The Zika Virus has reached the United States. Here's what you need to know.
Barbie is receiving a makeover for the first time in 57 years. Toymaker Mattel will make the iconic toy in three new body types: tall, curvy, and petite.
One company is trying to raise funds for the first-ever “smart” stroller that drives itself.
Because roaches need love, too.
In a landmark decision by the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, New York City will pay for a learning-disabled student’s private school tuition.
Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer's milkshakes are sure to be the most delicious and creative shakes you’ve ever tried.
Research shows that schools that have water jets in schools have lower obesity rates in children.
The Lunar New Year is on February 8th, this year. Here's where to celebrate in New York City and the surrounding area.
USDAN Summer Camp of the Arts encourages children to explore freely and develop artistic skills, during multiple sessions running from June 27 through August 12.
Pre-K enrollment in New York City starts Jan. 25. Are you ready?
Celebrate and honor Black History Month by visiting one of these attractions in the New York area.
Sid the Science Kid exhibit opens at Liberty Science Center in New Jersey.
Workers at the New York Aquarium have discovered a nursery ground for sand tiger sharks on Long Island’s Great South Bay.
MTV's "16 and Pregnant" star posts controversial statements on Facebook about going on 'dates' with her six-year-old son.
2016's American Girl doll, Lea Clark, is here and ready for adventure!
For the first time, New York City schools will be observing the Lunar New Year.
Celebrate and honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with a variety of events and memorials in your community. Here are some suggestions for families to experience.
According to a recent report in The New York Times covering a new Pew Research Center survey, family income levels make an impact on how parents rear their children.
Five area families discuss why they chose the type of school to which they send their children—parochial, charter, public, or private—and the benefits they found in each school setting.
Arts Brookfield hosted its Grace-ful Ice: Dinosaurs carving demonstration in front of Grace Plaza, where artists created dinosaur sculptures out of ice.
IDNYC released their list of updated benefits and discounts for all municipal ID holders.
Top online retailers, like Amazon and Overstock, have stopped selling hoverboards because of safety concerns.