Samantha Neudorf

An Exhibit All About Harry Potter Is Coming to New York

An Exhibit All About Harry Potter Is Coming to New York

(Sep. 08, 2017) - Harry Potter: A History of Magic is opening at the New-York Historical Society in October 2018.


Six Flags Great Adventure to Debut Gravity-Defying Ride in 2018

Six Flags Great Adventure to Debut Gravity-Defying Ride in 2018

(Sep. 07, 2017) - Six Flags Great Adventure is adding a new DC Comics thrill ride called CYBORG Cyber Spin in late spring of 2018.


The New York Botanical Garden’s Holiday Train Show Returns This November

The New York Botanical Garden’s Holiday Train Show Returns This November

(Aug. 30, 2017) - The New York Botanical Garden’s annual Holiday Train Show returns on Nov. 22 and will feature new replicas of iconic New York City landmarks and buildings.


See Snoopy Wear Couture Just in Time for New York Fashion Week

See Snoopy Wear Couture Just in Time for New York Fashion Week

(Aug. 24, 2017) - Snoopy & Belle in Fashion will feature the ‘Peanuts’ characters in designer costumes.


A Funhouse-Like Exhibit Is Opening at the American Museum of Natural History

A Funhouse-Like Exhibit Is Opening at the American Museum of Natural History

(Aug. 14, 2017) - The American Museum of Natural History is opening an exhibit all about the senses called Our Senses: An Immersive Experience.


Solar Eclipse Viewings and Activities in the New York Area

Solar Eclipse Viewings and Activities in the New York Area

(Aug. 11, 2017) - For the first time in 99 years, the solar eclipse will be visible to the entire continental United States on Monday, August 21. Here’s how you can celebrate this rare occurrence in the New York area.


Giant Water Slide Takes Over Manhattan Streets on Saturdays in August

Giant Water Slide Takes Over Manhattan Streets on Saturdays in August

(Aug. 10, 2017) - The 10th annual Citi Summer Streets runs from Central Park to the Brooklyn Bridge on Saturdays from August 5-19.


Nursing Mothers Can Comfortably Breast-Feed in Lactation Pods in New York City

Nursing Mothers Can Comfortably Breast-Feed in Lactation Pods in New York City

(Aug. 08, 2017) - Women can now breast-feed at one of five lactation pods set up by the Department of Health around New York City.


Target to Remove Artificial Ingredients From Kids’ Foods

Target to Remove Artificial Ingredients From Kids’ Foods

(Aug. 04, 2017) - Target pledges to remove artificial flavors, preservatives, sweeteners, and colors by the end of 2018.


Original Illustrations from ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang!’ Are Now on Display at the New-York Historical Society

Original Illustrations from ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang!’ Are Now on Display at the New-York Historical Society

(Aug. 02, 2017) - Twenty-nine original illustrations and book page proofs from 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang!' are now on display at the New-York Historical Society through Aug. 30.


Hershey’s Chocolate World to Move to a Bigger Location in Times Square

Hershey’s Chocolate World to Move to a Bigger Location in Times Square

(Aug. 01, 2017) - Hershey’s Chocolate World is moving to a new store that will be three times bigger with new attractions.


How to Turn Your Child’s Extracurricular Activity Into Extra Cash for College

How to Turn Your Child’s Extracurricular Activity Into Extra Cash for College

(Jul. 20, 2017) - Whether your kid is committed to sports, the arts, or even community service, here’s how to turn that passion for after-school activities into a college scholarship.


Governors Island Extends Closing Date This Year

Governors Island Extends Closing Date This Year

(Jul. 20, 2017) - Governors Island is usually open only for the summer and will now be open for six months this year.


Kids in Larchmont Are Rewarded for Wearing Bike Helmets This Summer

Kids in Larchmont Are Rewarded for Wearing Bike Helmets This Summer

(Jul. 13, 2017) - Skull Patrol is an initiative created by the Larchmont Recreation Department and Larchmont Chamber of Commerce to encourage children to wear bike helmets.


Smithsonian Magazine’s Museum Day Live! Returns to New York

Smithsonian Magazine’s Museum Day Live! Returns to New York

(Jul. 12, 2017) - Smithsonian magazine’s Museum Day Live! offers free admission to participating institutions across the country and a number of them are in New York.


Lead Found in Baby Food, Study Says

Lead Found in Baby Food, Study Says

(Jun. 20, 2017) - A study from the Environmental Defense Fund found levels of lead in baby food across the country, however pediatricians say that parents should not too concerned.


Wildlife Conservation Society Launches 30-Day Plastics Challenge

Wildlife Conservation Society Launches 30-Day Plastics Challenge

(Jun. 08, 2017) - In honor of World Oceans Day on June 8, the Wildlife Conservation Society launched a 30-Day Plastics Challenge for people to reduce the amount of plastic items that end up in our oceans.


Eloise at the Museum to Debut at the New-York Historical Society

Eloise at the Museum to Debut at the New-York Historical Society

(Jun. 07, 2017) - The New-York Historical Society is opening an Eloise at the Museum exhibit from June 30 through Oct. 9, featuring original manuscript pages, photographs, sketchbooks, and more of beloved picture book character Eloise.


The Jim Henson Exhibition Is Opening in July at the Museum of the Moving Image

The Jim Henson Exhibition Is Opening in July at the Museum of the Moving Image

(May. 30, 2017) - The Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, Queens received an overwhelming amount of support in raising funds in a Kickstarter campaign to make the Jim Henson Exhibition—including puppets from 'The Muppet Show' and 'Sesame Street'—a permanent fixture in the museum.


The Benefits of Ethics for Kids

The Benefits of Ethics for Kids

(May. 26, 2017) - Ethics for Children is a program taught at the New York City Society for Ethical Culture that emphasizes social awareness and helps kids develop better relationships with their peers and the world.


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