How to Help NYC Recover from Hurricane Sandy
Provided by Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer, this list includes relief groups and other trusted charitable organizations where you can donate time or money to help Hurricane Sandy relief efforts in New York City.
Long Beach Resident Receives Disability Leadership Award
Dr. Jon Feingold of Long Beach received the 2012 MassMutual Disability Leadership Award for his work in the special needs community.
Ask the Expert: How Can I Make My Child with Autism Feel More Comfortable Riding the School Bus?
For kids on the autism spectrum, riding the bus to school can be an overwhelming and uncomfortable sensory experience. A local expert explains how parents can help make the ride more manageable.
Nick Jonas and Christie Brinkley Honored at Broadway Beacon Awards
Nick Jonas and Christie Brinkley were among the four honorees at Inside Broadway's 2012 Broadway Beacon Awards, which spotlighted those who support arts education in NYC.
The Best of the Rest of the Web: The High School Hustle, Pre-School Rejects, & A Round of Applause
From our January issue, a selection of thought-provoking, laugh-inducing, and just plain interesting thoughts from the web and the world of parenting.
Run Raises $34,000 for Kids with Special Needs
The 11th annual Sleepy Hollow 5K Charity Run raised more than $30,000 to benefit a nonprofit school in Seaford for children with developmental disabilities.
How to Partner with Your Child's Teachers: Advice from the Experts in Queens
Education experts from the Queens area weigh in on how parents can establish a positive relationship with their child's teachers, thus ensuring their child's long-term success in school.
What Parents Can Do to Stop Cyber Bullying
The wealth of technology available to our children's generation - from texting to email to social networking sites - has caused cyber-bullying to reach an all-time high. Read on for tips on how parents can recognize and prevent cyber-bullying.
How to Handle a Child's Frustration with Sports: Advice from the Experts in Queens
As a parent on the sidelines, it can be challenging to watch your little competitor have a tough day on the field. That's why we asked experts in the Queens area to answer the following question: How should I handle it when my child is frustrated or upset after a particularly bad day with sports?
Third Annual Madison Avenue Gallery Walk Attracts Thousands of Schoolchildren, Families, and Art Patrons
During the May 15 event in Manhattan, 56 art and antique galleries hosted free hourly guided art tours along with artist and curator talks.