Articles by Rachel Graham
Rachel loves kids, writing, and New York City, and has combined them all when writing for publications like New York Family Magazine and sosauce.com. Family-friendly events and venues (sometimes off the beaten track) are her forte.
April 22nd, 2010 is Earth Day, and there is no better time to teach your kids about caring for the environment than with fun activities and family-friendly events. Here is our guide to Earth Day 2010.
The Moma’s latest exhibit, “The Artist is Present,” a retrospective of the work of performance artist Marina Abramovic, is a sprawling, complicated, astounding, and maddening mess of images and ego.
When The Miracle Worker premiered 50 years ago, it was a kid-friendly Broadway show that garnered a Tony award for Best Play. But does this new production measure up? And can you take your second grader? Read on to find out.
A great way to get rid of outgrown clothing and stock up on essentials is through consignment shops. Here’s our guide to hip, fun, and fashionable kids consignment shops in New York.
Easter egg hunts are just the beginning! Here’s our list by borough of great Easter events for the whole family.
Our list breaks down key demographics to aid your search for your kids’ next favorite movie in the New York International Children’s Film Festival.