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Calling All Percy Jackson Fans! A Musical Is Headed Our Way

Poseidon’s son doesn’t just control the sea—he also boasts killer vocals and choreography.

Things To Do This Weekend, January 18-20

Get the most out of your weekend at these NJ area events. We found more than 30 for you to choose from.

Here's How Your School Can Recreate Those Awesome Book Cover Hallways That Went Viral

We asked the teacher behind those epic book hallways at Mundelein High School in Chicago how he made them happen.

Best Ice Skating Rinks in NJ

From rinks with great views to Friday night discos to educational programs with Olympic gold medalist alums, lace up and check out our favorites!

Head to NYC for A Week of Sea, Air and Space Fun During Kids Week

The Intrepid museum’s weeklong program will teach 'em where to find science in their everyday lives.

Teach the Kids to Ski at These Nearby Mountains

They'll be soaring beyond the bunny hill in no time thanks to these lessons just for kids.

Kids Cooking Classes in NJ

Could your kid be the next Gordon Ramsey if only they had proper instruction? Here are places around the state that can give them the skills to be a star in the kitchen.

50 Things to Do Indoors in NJ

Cold weather got ya down? Here are 50 places where the kids can have fun in a climate-controlled environment.

Hit NJ's Ski Slopes (and Beyond) This Winter

The best skiing for a day, weekend or longer.

Heads Up, Puppy Lovers! NYC’s Only Dog Museum Is Making a Comeback

The American Kennel Club is letting the dogs out in Manhattan for the first time in 30+ years.

Maple Sugaring in New Jersey

Get your sugar fix at these sweet tree-tapping events happening this winter in New Jersey.

Their Classmates Will Be Emoji-nal Over These DIY Valentines

These sweet valentines, inspired by all the emoji cards we love on Pinterest, are as cute as they are simple.

The Best Snow Tubing Spots in the NJ Area

Whether the kids are tubing newbies or seasoned pros, these spots offer fun alternatives to skiing and snowboarding.

NJ Public Middle Schools Will Start Teaching Kids About Financial Responsibility

A new law will require schools to teach sixth through eighth graders everything from budgeting and debt to investing and insurance.

Is Your Kid Ready For Sleepaway Camp?

How to decide if your kid is ready to camp overnight.