Outer Boroughs and Local Fun

Outside the Bronx: Bachata Fest

SUMMERSTAGE MUSIC Bachata Fest: Andy Andy, Luis Miguel de la Amargue, Kiko Rodriguez, and Alexandra When: Saturday, August 14, 2010 at 3:00PM Where: Central Park/Mainstage Cost: Free More Info Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Tumblr it Tweet about it Print for later Tell a friend

Outside the Bronx: NYC Restaurant Week

Make sure to check out NYC Restaurant Week this summer! Click on the flyer above to reserve a table at a participating restaurant! Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Tumblr it Tweet about it Print for later Tell a friend

Outside the Bronx: The 32nd Annual Museum Mile

Tuesday, June 8th, 2010, 6pm – 9pm Featuring: FREE ACCESS 6pm – 9pm to all the museums along the mile 23 car-free blocks 5th Avenue between 82nd & 105th Live bands Entertainment Art-in-the street activities for kids One day a year, for the past 31 years, nine of the country’s finest museums, all ones that call Fifth Avenue home, collectively open their doors from 6pm – 9pm for free to


Engage in nature at this free, day-long event celebrating family! Games and give-a-ways, arts & crafts, nature portraits and much more … Saturday, June 12th 11:00 am – 3:00 pm WHAT:              New York Restoration Project (NYRP) invites New Yorkers to celebrate the value of family and the incredible opportunity nature provides for fun time together at New York Restoration Project’s 4th Annual Family Day at Swindler Cove Park, a five-acre

BronxMamas and Papas: Outside the Bronx

Everyone needs a break sometimes! Find a babysitter and head over to Solar One for free beer, wine, food and music by Keepaway! DETAILS: June 2nd SPECIAL SNEAK PREVIEW: NEISTAT BROTHERS Join us Wednesday, June 2nd, for an exclusive sneak preview of The Neistat Brothers, a genre-busting, eight-episode series consisting of experimental short films from the art-world brothers of the same name. We have been showing the hilarious and innovative

BronxMamas and Papas: Outside the Bronx

BronxMama was recently invited to see Cirque Du Soleil’s Banana Shpeel at the Beacon Theater. This show is the latest  from producer extraordinaire “Marty Schmelky” and features a colorful array of slapstick comedy, eclectic dance and unique acrobatic acts. The larger-than-life personality presents the diverse talent he has gathered from around the world, as zany characters spread chaos throughout the theatre. The show was hilarious, with amazing talent and comedy

Outside the Bronx: Two Great Shows

BronxMama readers do love to head downtown at times, and for good reason! Right now, until May 15th, tickets to see the amazing Radio City Christmas Spectacular are BUY ONE GET ONE FREE. Click here to take advantage! ALSO: Cirque du Soleil is i ntroducing their newest variety show titled, Banana Shpeel, premiering at the The Beacon Theatre Thursday, April 29th through August 29th, 2010! Banana Schpeel encompasses a mix


The Radio City Christmas Spectacular ‘kicks’ off the 2010 season with a Spectacular first-ever open house at Radio City Music Hall! This special FREE event is open to the public. Join us as we celebrate the 2010 Christmas Spectacular season with the opportunity to: ·     Win exciting prizes like a Holiday fly-away and many more! ·     Pictures with the Radio City Rockettes® ·     Enjoy a showcase of photos and costumes WHEN:          

Bronx Students Get First Dibbs!

Yesterday, high school ESL students from Global Enterprise Academy in the Bronx attended a special sneak preview of the exhibition Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharoahs, which opened today at the Discovery Times Square Exposition. The students were among the first visitors to see the young pharaoh’s treasures, and to experience the excitement as ancient artifacts from King Tut’s tomb return to New York for the first time

Outside the Bronx

New York RESTORATION PROJECT CELEBRATES 15TH ANNIVERSARY BY HOSTING NYC GROWS FESTIVAL ON SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 2010 Sunday April 25th 10am-4pm in Union Square All BronxMamas enjoy taking a trip “downtown” here and there, and this Sunday is a perfect reason to! New York Restoration Project, together with presenting sponsor Organic Gardening magazine, and in partnership with the New York City Deptarment of Parks and Recreation, the National Gardening Association

Outside of the Bronx: MSG and Radio City Music Hall Tours!

Bronx Mama recently had the chance to experience both the Madison Square Garden All Access Tour and Radio City Music Hall’s Stage Door Tour! While there are so many awesome things going on in the Bronx, its always great to jump on the train and head downtown every once in a while. And for anyone with kids who are into sports or music-these tours are a great way to spend

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