Posts Tagged ‘Special Sections’

Getting into NYC Preschools Isn’t as Tough as It Seems

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What you need to know By Molly O’Meara Sheehan With 1.4 million school-aged children, New York City has the nation’s biggest public school system, the densest concentration of private schools and admissions competition for the under-5 set so intense that it has inspired satirical novels and critically-acclaimed documentaries—while bewildering and frustrating countless parents. Each year, [&hellip
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Camp Counsel

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Seven questions to ask before sending your child to camp By Renee Flax So many factors go into choosing a summer camp that it’s often difficult even to know where to begin. Here, the seven most crucial camp questions parents should ask. How do I prepare my child for overnight camp? If you can, take [&hellip
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Best of Manhattan '10: Arts & Entertainment

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Best Reason to Hate One-Person Shows: The Fringe Festival Ask any professional theater critic about the Fringe Fest, and you’re bound to get an eye-roll or a heavy sigh. The sprawling annual theater festival is increasingly a tedious exercise in public masturbation for its performers, most of which isn’t even titillating. The one-person shows are [&hellip
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Written by admin on . Posted in Seniors, Special Sections

Q. I’m embarrassed to admit this, but I’m getting low scores in the husband department, if you get my drift. Is this happening just because I’m getting older? A. First, you have no reason to be embarrassed. And I definitely get your drift; I’m going to guess that you don’t mean you’re forgetting to put [&hellip
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