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The 122-foot-long titanosaur is so big that it can't fit into a single exhibition room.

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From grizzly bears to multicultural music events, here are the best ways to show your kids a good time.

Upper West Side »

An antique toy train collection will be on display through the end of February.

Upper West Side »

Stella the Frenchie already has a big fan club at a public library on the Upper West Side.

Upper West Side »

The museum is contemplating a move to the Essex Crossing development from the Upper West Side.

New York City »

We've compiled 13 great events to pack your weekend with fun around the borough. 

Fort Greene »

Fort Greene theater Irondale runs a free Saturday program for teens.

Hudson Heights »

Uptown Stories lets kids do creative writing that they don't get to do in school, its founder said.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The rink gives kids aged 2 to 5 a chance to learn how to skate.

Upper West Side »

The neighborhood is teeming with exhibits and activities for families staying in NYC for spring break. 

Lincoln Square »

The festival features top performers, kids activities, food from dozens of local restaurants, and Santa.

New York City »

Although Hurricane Sandy quashed many Halloween activities, some events are still going ahead as planned.

Upper West Side »

From sprinklers to jungle gyms to a secret terrace, DNAinfo.com New York has the best UWS playgrounds.

Jackson Heights »

PAL will be at the 78th Street Play Street to organize sports and fun activities for kids aged 3-19.