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Visit Madame Tussauds This Summer!

Million and millions of people have flocked through the doors of Madame Tussauds London since they first opened over 200 years ago. Madame Tussauds opened its doors in the heart of Times Square in New York City in the year ...

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Walking with the Dinosaurs

Walking with the Dinosaurs

Travel back in time 160 million years to an era when dinosaurs ruled the earth. Walking with the Dinosaurs presented at the Barclays Center is an educational and entertaining show for all ages. From the Triassic to the end of ...

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Welcome Our Newest Sponsor - Dr. Doug Orthodontics PLLC

Welcome Our Newest Sponsor - Dr. Doug Orthodontics PLLC

At Dr. Doug Orthodontics we have built our practice around a unique practice vision. Due to our economy, orthodontic practices all over our area have been focusing more on the “business” of orthodontics, rather than the “practice” of orthodontics. Dr. ...

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Cooking 101: Barbequing VS. Grilling

Cooking 101: Barbequing VS. Grilling

THE WORDS MEAN TWO DIFFERENT THINGS, EXPLAINS CHEF NELSON SERRANO-BAHRI OF THE UNILEVER TEST KITCHENWe often use them interchangeably, but did you know that the terms "barbecuing" and "grilling" describe two different cooking techniques? Barbecued foods are cooked over low ...

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Five Fun Family Indoor Ideas to Beat the Heat

Five Fun Family Indoor Ideas to Beat the Heat

When the scorch of summer is showing its teeth, chances are staying inside in the comfort of air conditioning is the best alternative. For families, being holed up together indoors can sometimes leave you with limited space and in need ...

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Teaching Kids the Importance of Volunteering

Teaching Kids the Importance of Volunteering

Giving back is one of the greatest gifts a person can experience, seeing first-hand how your time, expertise or effort can help make the lives of others better. Instilling that knowledge in children at an early age is a great ...

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Summer Fun Ideas

Have you created a Bucket List for Summer?I thought I would give you some ideas to keep you busy this summer for those that are spending summer at home. Make sure to read my article about our local libraries that ...

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Walking with the Dinosaurs comes to the Barclays Center

Walking with the Dinosaurs comes to the Barclays Center

Dinosaurs once again roam the earth when the spectacular production, WALKING WITH DINOSAURS THE ARENA SPECTACULAR, based on the award-winning BBC Television Series and produced by Global Creatures, comes to Barclays Center in Brooklyn Wednesday, July 16 through Sunday, July ...

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Go Summer Exploring with Homemade Binoculars!

Go Summer Exploring with Homemade Binoculars!

There's still lots of summer to explore! It may be in your backyard, at a local park or at an farther away vacation destination. Get your kids into "explorer mode" by crafting up a set of homemade binoculars.Here's what you ...

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Summer Dessert Recipe: Banana Boats

Summer Dessert Recipe: Banana Boats

"Banana boats" are a great summer dessert to make while camping or for a summer evening right in your own backyard. Make them over a campfire, on the grill or in the oven. Any way you choose to make them, ...

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From Seed to Soup

From Seed to Soup

Follow chef Einav Gefen as she explores where great taste comes from.Coming up with meal ideas that use healthy, natural ingredients but don't demand too much time or effort to prepare is a challenge familiar to families all over the ...

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8 Tips to Ensure a Great Camp Visiting Day

8 Tips to Ensure a Great Camp Visiting Day

Parents have waited for Visiting Day since the day they put their child on the bus and now it is here. Visiting day is an exciting day for both parents and children. The American Camp Association, NY and NJ has ...

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Welcome to our Summer Camp Guide

Welcome to our Summer Camp Guide

Hello all! Yes...it's time to start thinking about Spring and Summer Camps! I have been plugging away to check out the local camps and will be updating the guide each time a new camp decides to be part of our ...

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Our Local Libraries

Along with books, story times, crafts, classes... the library also has a great service of giving out museum passes. Want to go to the Long Island Science Museum or Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum or the Old Westbury Gardens ...

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