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Ahoy mates

Featured Event: Explore this beautiful 16th-century galleon at South Street Seaport for one special week. Comment.

Summer science activities for your children

Here are a few activities to hook your children on science this summer. Comment.

It’s a Yankee Doodle Dandy Day!

Featured Event: Celebrate the Fourth of July with fun activities at the New York Historical Society. Comment.

Summer in the city

Letter from the Publisher: Summer is truly here and there are great events all over the city. Comment.

The illusion of independence

We are social beings, incapable of surviving independently from one another in the world around us. So why do we continue to set this unattainable goal for ourselves and our children? Comment.

Rock out with Rolie Polie Guacamole

Featured Event: Tiny tots can enjoy a kindie rock performance at Fort Greene Park on July 1. Comment.

Out of the lecture hall and into the Oxford-style tutorial

Letter from College: Turning to an out-of-the-box class, such as an Oxford-style tutorial, proves successful for this shy college student. Comment.

Be a snack-time hero

New & Noteworthy: No beach bag would be complete without crispy, flavorful My Super Cookies — a remarkably nutritious and tasty snack that had our reviewers asking for more! Comment.

Helmets and concussions: myths vs. reality

Family Health: Do helmets really protect against concussions? Comment.

Weathering the sibling storm

Parents Helping Parents: Almost all siblings provoke each other and it’s rarely easy for parents to resolve ensuing conflicts. Comment.

Five benefits of camp

Ask Dr. Karyn: Camp can be a life-changing experience for kids that sets them on the path to being responsible, self-confident adults. Comment.

Not your typical coming-of-age summer story

The Book Worm: For fourth-through-seventh-grade readers and adults, alike, “The Trap” is a book to get caught in. Comment.

Fast-paced, fantastical fairy tale

The Book Worm: Not too hard and not too soft, madcap fantasy “Spelled” by Betsy Schow is just right for 12 to 17 year olds. Comment.

Autism-friendly travel

Special Child: There are a number of organizations that aid families traveling with children on the autism spectrum or with other special needs. Comment.

Your issues, their issues?

Good Sense Eating: A mom’s past experience with weight and self-image certainly influences how she feeds her children. Comment.

6 tips to help girls cultivate a positive body image

Growing Up Online: Parents may not be able to dominate the conversations about appearance that are going on in social media, but they can and should comment. Comment.

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