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Brooklyn Wildllife
by Judy Antell - September 19, 2007

Wolves are rarely encountered on the streets of Brooklyn, but DUMBO resident John Rocco feels an affinity for the iconic figure he feels has been misrepresented in children’s literature.


New Kids on the Block
by Judy Antell - September 19, 2007

Check out new what's new in parties and gifts!


Boost Your Kid!
by Judy Antell - September 05, 2007

Even 8-year-olds should be in booster seats in the car, safety experts urge.


August 2007 Product Reviews
by Judy Antell - August 16, 2007

Reviews of books, kids' music, games and toys. Editors' picks.


Singing Mom and her Musical Heirs
by Judy Antell - September 05, 2007

Robbi K is not your typical children's performer — her music, which draws from diverse genres including jazz, world music, pop and blues, appeals to the whole family.


Good News! Liberty Science Center Reopens
by Judy Antell - October 13, 2007

Every time we took the Holland Tunnel when my kids were younger,, we would pass the Liberty Science Center and they'd beg to stop. But the museum has been closed for two years, and my teens have outgrown family trips to IKEA and the desire for interactive museum experiences.


Life After School
by Judy Antell - September 12, 2007

Many parents enroll their children in afterschool programs, whether they work outside or inside the home.


Posing Play
by Judy Antell - October 13, 2007

Many kids’ yoga classes incorporate games. Long Island-based Katie Feldman has gone a few steps further.


Psychedelic Summer
by Judy Antell - August 29, 2007

It was a time of peace and love, flower power, feel-good drugs — and the end of an era. If you missed it, you can experience it now as the Whitney Museum of American Art looks back at 1965 with its Summer of Love: Art of the Psychedelic Era exhibit, on view until September 16.


Carrying on the Caring
by Judy Antell - October 13, 2007

Most of us move on to other pursuits when our kids graduate from nursery school or age out of a sports program.


Soaring in the City
by Judy Antell - August 08, 2007

If, like Toby Tyler, you’ve dreamed of joining the circus, the Trapeze School New York is for you — and your family. Kids as young as 6 are allowed to take a class, but all ages are taught together.


Last-Minute Mom
by Judy Antell - August 15, 2007

You may be reading this issue in 90-degree heat, or at the pool, and you’re thinking, “Back to school already?”


Hands-on D.C.
by Judy Antell - August 08, 2007

One trip is never enough to see all that our nation’s capital has to offer families. Here are some museums that specialize in hands-on activities. Check them out on your next visit, or the one after that.


Biker Oasis
by Judy Antell - October 13, 2007

One of the pleasures of Fire Island is the car-free bike riding. But you don’t have to schlep all the way to Long Island to enjoy this kind of freedom.


To Cave, Or Not To Cave
by Judy Antell - October 13, 2007

A new book looks at the push to make consumers out of toddlers.


The Curse of the Traveling Class
by Judy Antell - October 13, 2007

When your kids are small, you enroll them in ‘movement’ classes, hoping it will lead to a lifetime of sports or dance.


Interview: 'Sideways' Star is a Mom Moving Forward
by Judy Antell - July 11, 2007

Virginia Madsen, who says she is “not a city girl”, took up temporary residence in New York recently, while shooting her latest movie, 'Diminished Capacity'.


Dallas: Living Large for Littler Travelers
by Judy Antell - October 13, 2007

For a city known to be big and sprawling, Dallas is surprisingly easy to navigate.


Hidden Prospect Park
by Judy Antell - July 03, 2007

I was the kind of kid for whom a door marked “private” meant I needed to see inside; a fence was an invitation to climb. So I have long been intrigued by an area marked “Friends or Quaker Cemetery (Private)” on my local Prospect Park map.


The Joke’s on Brooklyn
by Judy Antell - July 03, 2007

The teacher is usually the one on the classroom who has to deal with the class clown. In Steve Solomon’s case, he was the teacher and the funny guy. And now he is capitalizing on his talents


A school grows in Brooklyn
by Judy Antell - July 03, 2007

The International School of Brooklyn (ISB), NYC’s only French/Spanish language-immersion school following the International Baccalaureate curriculum, is moving to a bigger space and adding first grade in September 2007.


Sometimes, kids need a ‘Jumpstart’
by Judy Antell - July 03, 2007

Upper East Side mom Crystal McCrary Anthony has had not one, but two successful careers.


It’s a Wrap!
by Judy Antell - June 27, 2007

Raegan Moya-Jones is a native of Australia, where swaddling infants is the norm. When she and her friend Claudia Schwartz, also from Down Under, were pregnant with their first children, they couldn’t find the lightweight muslin wraps they remembered, so they decided to start their own company.


Families at Play
by Judy Antell - June 27, 2007

Husband-and-wife team Brian Kaplan and Lambeth Hochwald, parents of 3-year-old Zachary, have found a way to combine family time together with a business that focuses on family togetherness.


Rubbing Shoulders with the Stars
by Judy Antell - June 15, 2007

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



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