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New York Family: Audra McDonald’s Song

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Triumphant in her return to Broadway in ‘Porgy and Bess’, four-time Tony winner Audra McDonald would be the first to say her favorite role is being a mom By Kat Harrison A   yellow-and-red friendship bracelet is twisted loosely around Audra McDonald’s wrist, a daily reminder of her daughter Zoe, now 11. On the same hand, [&hellip
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New York Family: Strike a Pose

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Strike A Pose From Parent and child classes to glow-in-the-dark “gloga”—Karma Kids Yoga now offers its unique mix of flexibility, focus and fun at a new studio catered to adults By Stephanie Wolf Stepping into the Magical studio of Karma Kids Yoga transports city kiddies into a whimsical yogi world of bright décor and floating [&hellip
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New York Family: Picks Of The Week: March 26 – April 1

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Springtime is officially here! We’re digging the ditch-the-winter-coat weather, are you? With the kick-off of the Macy’s Flower Show, free Mickey ears and a Spring Fling just over the Brooklyn Bridge—we doubt this week of family fare will disappoint. Monday, March 26 Macy’s Flower Show 2012: Brasil, Gardens in Paradise Tent on Broadway Plaza During [&hellip
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In the Zone

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For City Parents, The Search For A New Apartment Usually Goes Hand-In-Hand With Schooling Yourself About Local Education By Eric Messinger We all know that parents—like most home seekers—don’t examine a property on its own when considering whether to buy or rent it. They care about outside factors like the neighborhood, the location relative to [&hellip
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New York Family: New York Estate of Mind

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art388nar Celebrated Playwright And Author Theresa Rebeck Tackles New York City Real Estate And Family Ties In Her Latest Novel By Brittany McNamara In her new novel “Twelve Rooms with a View,” acclaimed playwright and novelist Theresa Rebeck introduces the character of Tina, a cash-strapped woman who learns on the day of her mother’s funeral that [&hellip
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Fields Of Dreams

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art963nar Young City Athletes Talk Spring Sports By Gavriella Mahpour We’re at the tail end of a cold-ish winter that hasn’t yielded much in the way of outdoor snow play. It’s no wonder many city children (parents, too!) are looking forward to the fun and physical elements that spring sports programs have to offer. To kick [&hellip
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New York Family: Kid-Friendly St. Patrick’s Day Dining

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Where To Eat In Manhattan On March 17 St. Patrick’s Day is one of my family’s favorite holidays! With a last name like Sullivan, how could it not be? Whether or not you intend to check out the parade–here are a few pubs in Manhattan where you can get some Irish grub that also welcome [&hellip
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New York Family: Weekend Planner, March 16-18

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New York Family Magazine’s Highlight Reel For What To Do This Weekend Contributor: Meghan Gearino Scattered with a few St. Patrick’s Day picks (just be sure to don some green duds) between here and Brooklyn—plus, a ducky musical debuting at the New Victory—this weekend is sure to lucky. It’s choosing that’s the hardest part of [&hellip
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