New York Family: An American Mom in Paris

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In Her New Book Bringing Up Bébé, Journalist And Mother Of Three Pamela Druckerman Argues That French Parents Do It Better By Meghan Gearino The French may be onto something—and this time it’s not fashion or food. When American journalist Pamela Druckerman moved to Paris in 2003 and subsequently started a family, she took notice [&hellip
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New York Family: A Family Guide to the Tribeca Film Festival

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The five movies you shouldn’t miss By Kat Harrison for New York Family Magazine Born in the tragic wake of 9/11, the Tribeca Film Festival (TFF) shows its true colors with consistently fresh programming. Now in its 11th year, the festival—which takes place April 18-29—received its highest number of submissions yet (almost 6,000!). And after [&hellip
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New York Family: Picks of the Week, April 2-8

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Our Favorite Family Event For Each Day In the spirit of springtime, this week’s events reflect new beginnings and new experiences. And if you celebrate Passover or Easter, the city offers an abundance of seders and egg hunts—and we’ve got a few suggestions to get you started. Monday, April 2 Spirituality and Motherhood Conference at [&hellip
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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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