My cousin Alex is interning this summer with the new booking service, Vimbly. It’s like Opentable but instead of restaurant reservations, you can browse, compare pricing, and book activities in NYC (and quite a few other metropolitan areas).
Typically, audience members are asked to turn off all cell phones prior to the start of a show. That was not the case at last night’s unique, interactive social media performance of Avenue Q, celebrating the Tony award-winning musical comedy’s 11th anniversary.
Cousin Kat and I were encouraged to share our experience on social media with the hashtag #AVENUEQLIVE and treated to a post-show reception with the puppets and previous cast members.
I can’t believe it took me so long to see Avenue Q and I’m really glad I did. The show is clever, entertaining, and left us in stitches:
I’ve been racking my brain trying to remember the year I first saw Blue Man Group New York. I was with my parents and brother which leads me to believe it was the mid to late nineties. All these years later, the wordless theatrical show is still going strong, a true testament to its broad appeal. I saw it again today with completely new eyes thanks to my adorable, soon-to-be five year old date.
Join me Wednesday, June 11, 2014 in Central Park’s Victorian Gardens to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Camp Homeward Bound at a very special benefit event, Carnival Night for Kids. Camp Homeward Bound, launched by the Coalition for the Homeless in 1984, is the nation’s first sleep-away summer camp designed specifically for the unique needs of homeless children.
Getting around with kids in New York City just got easier thanks to Uber’s new on-demand car seat option, uberFamily.
I was already a huge Babo fan but getting to spend the afternoon with founder Kate Solomon for the Babo Botanicals Spring Launch at buybuy BABY in Chelsea sealed the deal! You guys, she is so passionate and knowledgeable about natural skin care and hair care. Not the misleading “derived from something natural at some point” that’s negligently slapped all over baby products but certified-organic, made in the U.S., products you can trust.