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Happier Kids
by Judy Antell - March 29, 2007

Happy Hour 4 Kids/Manhattan OT is a comprehensive center that offers socialization groups; occupational, physical, art, and counseling/play therapies; speech and language pathology; and in-home parent training for families with children 18 months to 10 years old.


Searching for a Preschool? The pressure continues
by Judy Antell - April 25, 2007

Long considered the “bible” for parents in search of nursery schools, Victoria Goldman has just revised "The Manhattan Directory of Private Nursery Schools".


Cozy Salons, Burgeoning Business
by Judy Antell - April 18, 2007

Many parent-run businesses have a limited life span. On the other hand, Cozy’s Cuts for Kids, which predates owner Cozy Friedman’s children, keeps expanding.


Hip-Hop High
by Judy Antell - April 18, 2007

At W.E.B.DuBois High School, in Crown Heights, teacher Timothy Adams has won an award recognizing “exceptional teachers for the innovative methods they use to inspire their students to write.”


Big Brother Ed
by Judy Antell - April 11, 2007

Former mayor Ed Koch recently collaborated with his sister, Pat, on their second children’s book.


Victorian Vacation at the Shore
by Judy Antell - March 21, 2007

For many, a beach vacation requires little more than soft white sand and clean water. Cape May, N.J., offers that, plus a cute town filled with child-friendly restaurants, diversion for rainy days, and enough mini golf and arcades to ensure that kids won’t get bored.


Out the Door
by Judy Antell - April 11, 2007

According to recent studies, parents are becoming involved in their children’s work lives.


Honoring Brooklyn’s Teachers
by Judy Antell - March 28, 2007

There are many middle schools that are thriving. Consider M.S.51, the William Alexander Middle School, in Park Slope, Brooklyn.


The Latest Poop . . . er . . . Scoop on Diapers
by Judy Antell - March 28, 2007

There are so many diaper choices now that even the most Zen parent can get ready to toss her wipes.


Afternoon delight
by Judy Antell - March 13, 2007

Baby Loves Disco, the monthly afternoon dance party at Southpaw in Brooklyn, has a new partner, Modern Mom.


Leave one take one
by Judy Antell - March 13, 2007

Two Brooklyn moms have come up with a way to recycle outgrown clothes so parents can save money and reduce waste.


Big space little gym
by Judy Antell - March 13, 2007

The Little Gym has opened its first Brooklyn location.


Lights, camera . . .
by Judy Antell - March 12, 2007

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


Keeping Tabs on Nanny
by Judy Antell - March 14, 2007

Like many parents of young children, Murray Hill mom Jill Starishevsky worried about leaving her little ones in the hands of a nanny.


Bourne Identified
by Judy Antell - March 14, 2007

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.


Under the Weather
by Judy Antell - March 07, 2007

I feel horrible when my kids are sick, and I would gladly take a stomach bug, or bad cold, so they could be spared. But there is also something so sweet when your child is ailing and utterly dependent on you.


The Playgroup Matchmakers
by Judy Antell - March 07, 2007

“Being a new mother and meeting other new moms can feel similar to dating or being back in high school and trying to make new friends,” say the two NYC moms behind Tots 'n Talk.


Mandarin Treehouse spreads its branches
by Judy Antell - February 07, 2007

Parents sending their youngsters to The Mandarin Treehouse would attest that it’s never too early to learn.


Life Imitating Art
by Judy Antell - January 31, 2007

The American Museum of Natural History has launched “A Night at the Museum” sleepovers.


Moms at Your Service
by Judy Antell - January 31, 2007

Two NYC moms have turned their encyclopedic knowledge and can-do attitude into a business, 'Momcierge'.


Jolly Holiday
by Judy Antell - January 24, 2007

For those parents who bemoan the loss of childhood, the Broadway 'Mary Poppins' is the perfect antidote.


Paradise Found
by Judy Antell - January 24, 2007

The mega Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island, Bahamas, satisfies so many needs (except those of the budget traveler) that it seems niggling to criticize anything.


In a Lather, Downtown
by Judy Antell - January 18, 2007

Nicki Francis, a Tribeca mother of two, started out making soaps and balms for friends, as Christmas gifts.


A Near-Disaster Sets Mom on a Mission
by Judy Antell - January 18, 2007

Every parent needs to know how to save a life, stresses Farley Boyle.


The Grinch
by Judy Antell - January 18, 2007

If you try to eat healthfully, or feed your children healthy food, holidays can be a minefield.



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