Theater Review: Off Broadway's 'Old Hats'
"Old Hats," the Off Broadway show by comedy duo Bill Irwin and David Shiner, combines old-school vaudeville with live music and modern technology for a mostly family-friendly show brimming with irony and hilarity.
20 Earth Day 2013 Events in New York City
Our list of 20 fun kids' events for Earth Day 2013 in New York City includes Earth Day and Arbor Day festivals, outdoor programs and volunteering events, and shows about Earth Day in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Queens.
Legoland Discovery Center Westchester Opens in Yonkers
Legoland Discovery Center Westchester opens its doors in Yonkers, NY. This indoor amusement park featuring more than 3 million Lego bricks, plus Lego-themed rides, games, and more, is the first of its kind in the New York City area.
What to Watch at the 2013 New York International Children's Film Festival
The 2013 New York International Children's Film Festival will present more than 100 children's films and shorts at several theaters in Manhattan this March. Here, a sneak peek at the movies you won't want to miss.
Lego Lovers Rejoice: Legoland Opens in Yonkers
Legoland, a popular Lego-themed attraction, is set to open in Yonkers. The location offers birthday parties for children in Westchester County and features a 4-D theater, two Lego-themed rides, and a café.
Legoland Breaks Ground in Westchester
October 17 marked the start of construction on Legoland in Westchester, an exciting new entertainment, educational center, and party place for kids and families that will house more than three million Lego bricks.
13 Not-Too-Scary Halloween Movies the Whole Family Can Watch Together
Not everyone likes to be spooked come Halloween season and with this list of not-too-scary Halloween movies featuring classic titles, everyone in the family can enjoy a night in to watch a classic movie without getting too much of a scare.
A Summer Camp Helps Kids Cope with Loss
Hearts and Crafts Grief Counseling hosted its 15th annual Camp Grief Busters in June where bereaved kids and parents spent the weekend participating in fun games, relaxing, and being reminded of the importance of enjoying life amid tragedy.
Culture in the Theater
Plaza Cinema and Media Arts Center has started a new international film program for children. It uses cultural movies to educate and engage students, promoting discussions about culture, heritage, family, and mythology.
What to Watch at the NY International Children's Film Festival
The 2012 New York International Children's Film Festival will span seven NYC theaters and present more than 100 of the best children's films from across the globe, several of which seem likely to keep the festival's tally of Academy Award nominations going strong.