Raising a family in New York has its own set of advantages and trials, and our Family & Parenting section can help to provide you with tips and tricks from other local Long Island parents. From keeping the kids quiet on long car rides, to the best recreation spots, we've got you covered with insights on the topics that matter most to parents.
By Ls Cohen June 24, 2020
Annual Independence Day event will be held this year.
By Long Island June 19, 2020
Unique gifts, subscriptions, and memorable meals Dad will love.
By Long Island June 15, 2020
Princesses, superheroes, and more can do quick 1-on-1 calls for your little one, but you can also book them for group video calls.
By Chris Boyle June 10, 2020
Goldie Rides, a viable alternative to ride-sharing services, looks to be the premiere mode of for-hire transportation on Long Island.
By Long Island June 05, 2020
Some of your kids' favorite New York summer venues may not open this year. Here's how you can recreate them in your backyard.
By Long Island May 31, 2020
These outdoor fun ideas will help get all of your kids extra energy out!
By Long Island May 30, 2020
The absence of traditional movie theaters this summer is bringing back an old trend: drive in movies.
By Ls Cohen May 26, 2020
After 22 years, drive-in movies are back in Oyster Bay.
By Long Island May 26, 2020
Add these true-life films to your daily schedule—they will educate and entertain the whole family.
By Long Island May 23, 2020
While we wait to hear whether or not our favorite amusement parks will open for the 2020 season, take a virtual ride of your favorite roller coasters from the comfort of your home.
By Ls Cohen May 21, 2020
The return of the drive-in movie theater, a fun family activity that is Covid-safe.
By Long Island May 19, 2020
Ensure that your kids don't fall behind with the closing of school by keeping them engaged with these educational apps.
By Andrew Hazen May 14, 2020
Here are some virtual fitness classes and exercise videos to keep kids active when they are stuck in the house due to coronavirus quarantine.
By Andrew Hazen May 12, 2020
When the Mineola teachers got the official call that schools would be closed on March 15th, they were not in a panic. They went live on March 18th without skipping a beat.