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Family Kitchen Project: Wonton Soup

Written by New York Family on . Posted in Family

wontons Enlist your kids to recreate a takeout favorite right at home for a cozy afternoon of messy fun. By Christine Wei When I was growing up in Taiwan, dumplings were the epitome of family bonding in the kitchen. Every time the Lunar New Year rolled around, I’d gather in the kitchen with my mom and [&hellip
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Unusual Shops For Families In NYC

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DinosaurHill-199x300 Ten quirky, unique stores where families can find everything from exotic insects to old-fashioned rubber stamps. For Curious Adventurers Skip the museum and creep up your day at The Evolution Store, where those with a taste for adventure can get a glimpse of prehistoric specimens and exotic insects. Channel the likes of Indiana Jones and [&hellip
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10 Great Kids Events for November

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Cupcake-Hat-1024x681   Our Picks Of The Month For What To Do With Your Kids By Angela Bunt Now through January 13  STUFF LEGENDS ARE MADE OF [ALL AGES] The Big Apple Circus is back and better than ever with a new Legendarium show at Lincoln Center! Inside the Big Top circus tent, which holds more than 1,700 [&hellip
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9 Spooktacular Halloween Celebrations In NYC

Written by New York Family on . Posted in News Our Town, News West Side Spirit, Our Town, West Side Spirit

Pumpkin-Sail-1024x768 By Matilda Pecover OCTOBER 6-28 (Weekends Only) Boo at the Zoo returns to the Bronx Zoo with everything little hearts could ask for this Halloween. On top of annual favorites like the Haunted Habitat Mansion of ghosts and extinct animals and a hayride through the animated Creepy Hollows town, magic shows, an extinction graveyard, intricate [&hellip
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Music to their Ears

Written by New York Family on . Posted in Arts & Film, Music, News Our Town Downtown, Our Town Downtown

1_JamesKelleher_TLB1 TLB Music teaches little ones much more than just singing along By Sarah Albert of New York Family When Katia Asthalter and Carina Zimmerman became good friends and housemates at Wheaton College in Massachusetts, they had one big thing in common: music. Both young women grew up with musical influences all around them; Asthalter took [&hellip
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