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Petal Pushers: Where to See Spring Flowers in NYC

It’s bloom time! Here’s where to find floral displays right now!

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Just Opened: Queens Indoor Playground Peek-a-Booo

This spot has got 6,000-square-feet of fun. (And two ball pits!)

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Where to Celebrate Chinese New Year in NYC

It’s the Year of the Dog. Here’s where to welcome it with the kids—and maybe even your pooch!

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NYC Diwali Celebrations for Families

And you thought October wall all about Halloween. These gatherings will light up you day — and night!

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The Ultimate Guide to Open House New York with Kids

The amazing annual event that gives New Yorkers a sneak peek into hundreds of sites is back! Here’s how to do it as a family.

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Flushing Meadows-Corona Park: A Crash Course in Queens

Food from all nations, historic sites, playgrounds, dance parties, and those inflatable gerbil balls. What are you waiting for?

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Urban Agriculture: 7 Farms You Can Visit Right Here in NYC

Spring has (finally) sprung! Harvest some fun at one of these green growing spots!

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Best Off Broadway Shows for Kids

In the past few years, New York theater ticket prices have shot up faster than someone sitting on a hive of bees. While we are willing, albeit grudgingly, to pay these exorbitant prices for a rare adult afternoon or evening…

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8 Hacks Every Mom Needs To Know Using . . . Mouthwash?!

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You probably already know how useful that Listerine can be for keeping your pearly whites clean and stink-free, especially on those mombie mornings when even brushing your teeth seems like an impossible task. Just a quick swish, and…

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Ship Ahoy!: 9 Ways to Hop a Boat With the Kids

Hop a ferry for free, take a paddle in a park pond, set sail, go whale watching and more. Here’s how to stay afloat with the kids!

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Celebrate The Year of the Sheep: Parades, Firecrackers & Food

Welcome the Year of the Sheep on Feb. 19, with a full lineup of family-friendly ways to celebrate the holiday in Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn. Gung Hay Fat Choy!

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Fun Events to Celebrate the World’s Fair 50th Anniversary

From tours of the 12-story Unisphere and the Philip Johnson-designed NYS Pavilion to LEGO workshops and train rides, here are six fun ways to celebrate the World’s Fair 50th anniversary.

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21 Signs You’re a New York City Mom

Ah, New York parenting. You can hail a cab, while folding up your stroller with one hand and carrying your toddler in the other. You can recite a list of the 10 cleanest bathrooms below 14th Street. And, you can…

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Where Baby Hipsters Reign Supreme

The jeans are getting even skinnier and smaller in Williamsburg—and that’s not just on dudes in bands. The neighborhood that was known for being a hipster hangout is slowly becoming a family destination, thanks to the recent influx of settling…

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Arthur Ashe Kids Day Serves Up Endless Fun

The end of August is almost here, which means that the countdown to the 2012 US Open is underway. But before tennis pros take to the court on August 27th, your little tennis fans can meet the athletes, check out…

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