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Brooklyn’s Newest Sports Site
by Judy Antell - January 08, 2007

Both kids and adults have a great new place to play in Brooklyn, Aviator Sports and Recreation.

Under one roof
by Judy Antell - January 08, 2007

The Continuum Center for Reproductive Health at Roosevelt Hospital just expanded with a state-of-the-art InVitro Fertilization Lab.

Just like the movie!
by Judy Antell - January 08, 2007

The American Museum of Natural History has a new sleepover program, A Night at the Museum.

Getting comfy
by Judy Antell - January 08, 2007

One of the joys of childhood is getting into your PJs and having an adult read to you.

Love and the City
by Judy Antell - January 04, 2007

Cynthia Nixon has had a love affair with the Upper West Side since her childhood.

Magical Sprites, now living in Queens
by Judy Antell - January 04, 2007

Most children’s programming comes from magical lands far, far away, but a new show, 'Johnny and the Sprites', is created in the more prosaic neighborhood of Astoria.

Whomi? Yes, you!
by Judy Antell - January 04, 2007

You there, with the failing Filofax, the dated Day Planner, the powerless Palm Pilot! Here’s your salvation!

All Boy
by Judy Antell - January 04, 2007

Mothers of daughters have it easy; there are lots of adorable clothes for girls. But it’s a different story for moms of little boys.

New Place to Play in Manhattan
by Judy Antell - December 28, 2006

Families in the Flatiron District will soon have a new indoor playground, 'apple seeds'.

Happy Hunting?
by Judy Antell - December 28, 2006

Every year, parents around New York City go through an elaborate process of getting their kids into school.

Winter Warmups! Hot Chocolate Hot Spots
by Judy Antell - December 19, 2006

Most hot chocolate is a misnomer: It’s usually cocoa. But these restaurants make this winter treat with the real thing:

Save on Broadway
by Judy Antell - December 18, 2006

One argument against going to a Broadway show is the cost, but Kids’ Night on Broadway cuts that price in half.

In the Wings and Between the Covers
by Judy Antell - December 21, 2006

Emma Walton Hamilton is, quite naturally, involved in theater — her mother is Julie Andrews; her father, set and costume designer, Tony Walton.

If You Give An Artist a Story
by Judy Antell - December 21, 2006

Felicia Bond is a modern-day Beatrix Potter, known for her appealing illustrations of animals.

Which Way’s The Restroom?
by Judy Antell - December 14, 2006

If you have a strong lock on your bathroom door, buy a copy of 'Peeing in Peace' and settle in for one of the funniest mirrors on the dilemmas faced by modern moms.

Tropical Delights
by Judy Antell - December 13, 2006

St. Thomas, St. Croix and St. John — for families.

Downtown Esthete
by Judy Antell - December 08, 2006

Both cosmetic and medical procedures are being offered at the new TriBeCa MedSpa.

With Mickey, on the high seas
by Judy Antell - December 06, 2006

If your child’s favorite activity at Disney World is meeting all the characters, a Disney Cruise should be on your radar screen.

When Nature Gets Tricky, Go Zen (Mommy)
by Judy Antell - December 06, 2006

With the diagnosis of a highly allergic child, some moms might get mired in negativity. But Long Islander Jessica Wolfe took a Zen approach — ZenMomma, to be exact.

Time to Make Up
by Judy Antell - December 06, 2006

For most new mothers, just getting dressed is a feat. But for a new mom who is also a makeup artist, not having the time to apply her makeup was both earth-shattering and inspiring.

Groundwork, Inc. afterschool offerings in Brooklyn.
by Judy Antell - December 04, 2006

Middle schoolers in Brooklyn have a growing after school alternative.

Honeybee & Me, new in Park Slope.
by Judy Antell - December 04, 2006

Get great handmade jackets, scarves and hats for kids, up to size 6, at Honeybee & Me, off the beaten track in Park Slope.

Newest franchise, the Brooklyn Wonders.
by Judy Antell - December 04, 2006

The Brooklyn Wonders are the American Basketball Association’s newest franchise.

New toy store on Upper East Side
by Judy Antell - December 04, 2006

If you’re looking for toys that are different, not mass-market, head to 212 Kids.

Paint-Your-Own Pottery
by Judy Antell - December 04, 2006

Color Me Mine is a new paint-your-own pottery studio in Tribeca.

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