Cobble Hill »

'Confessional' Blog Lets Parents Vent Frustrations Anonymously

"I wonder what life would be like if we'd just adopted a dog," one parent wrote.

Upper West Side »

Fundraiser Honors Boy Killed by Cab with Basketball Camp Scholarships

The first fundraiser for Cooper Stock's fund will be held at Soul Cycle this May. 

Upper East Side »

Upper East Side Boutique Offering Hand-Painted Trunks for Summer Camp

Taroo Too can personalize footlockers with just about any design the customer wants.

Union Square »

Union Square Playground Closes for Three Weeks of Repairs

The Union Square playground closed Monday so workers could replace tiles on the ground, officials said.

Gramercy »

Private School for Babies Coming to Gramercy

Explore + Discover will offer programs for children from 3 months to 2 years old.

Midtown »

Easter Parade Brings Splash of Colorful Bonnets to Fifth Avenue

New Yorkers and others brought out their most extravagant costumes for the annual event. 

Claremont Village »

Bronx Greenhouse Program Sows Seeds of Sustainable Food

Harry Mcneary started The Urban Community Food Project in 2012.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Video Game Fans to Cross Nerf Swords in Central Park Battle

Fans of the game "SoulCalibur" will break out their foam weapons for the Saturday battle.

Astoria »

6 Things To Do in New York City This Weekend

The weekend's most exciting events are here for you in one handy guide.

Flatiron »

Lego's Flagship Store to Launch in Flatiron in July

Lego's flagship will open in Flatiron in mid-July and will host a grand opening event in August.

Prospect Heights »

Ample Hills Ice Cream Store Gives Inside Scoop on Flavors With New Cookbook

Ample Hills ice cream parlor's owners wrote the book with help from their two children.

Crown Heights »

A Leopard, Gator and Monkey Visit the Jewish Children's Museum This Weekend

Parents looking for fun this Passover weekend should check out “The Wild World of Animals.”

Long Island City »

Kickstarter Campaign Looks to Bring Queens ABC Book to Borough Schools

Amol Sarva is hoping to raise $35K to print more copies of his planned book, 'Q is for Queens.'

TriBeCa »

A Casual Movie Watcher's Guide to the Tribeca Film Festival

The festival has plenty of films that are readily accessible online or at free screenings.

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Upper West Side »

'The Power of Poison' at the American Museum of Natural History

Central Park West at 79th Street, from 10:00 AM - 5:45 PM

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