Featured Event: An everyday trip to Pop Up City turns into a madcap romp through the jungles of Mexico in the Pop Ups’ latest show, “Radio Jungle,” at Littlefield performance and art space on April 22. Comment.
Healthy Living: Flowers and budding trees may be beautiful to look at, but they send pollen into the wind, which can lead to itchy, watering eyes and a running nose for those who suffer from seasonal allergies. Comment.
Staten Island: Dragon parades, puppet shows and a Great Tree Walk are just the tip of the cool iceberg as Tompkinsville Park invites the whole family to celebrate at the planet’s largest environmentally-friendly party! Comment.
Poet and high school student Dionne Muyalde was selected to be among the top 10 finalists of the United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs’ Poetry for Peace contest for her poem about atomic bomb survivors. Comment.
Divorce & Separation: The idea of a parent leaving is difficult and painful for a child. In the hope of keeping the marriage intact, a child could cause situations that he thinks could keep the family together. Here are some tips to ease children through the transition. Comments (1).
Featured Event: Patterns, patterns, everywhere. Children explore the wonderful world of circles, squares, triangles, shapes, and patterns that fill our world at the Brooklyn Museum on April 7 and 8, from 2:30 to 3:30 pm. Comment.
New & Noteworthy: If your kid gets a kick out of the new film, “Mirror, Mirror” — loosely based on the Snow White fairy tale — you might get her to practice her reading skills by encouraging her to pick up the movie-inspired chapter book. Comment.
Featured Event: How does a mellow-yellow-fellow from the sun, named Gustafer Yellowgold, celebrate Earth’s holidays? Find out at the far-out, multimedia release party for the “Gustafer Yellowgold’s Year in the Day” DVD and CD set, on April 1 at 11 am at the 92YTribeca. New songs from the DVD will be performed live by Yellowgold creator Morgan Taylor and his band. Comment.