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Are Kids Too Tech-Obsessed?

You might want to think twice next time you want to keep him busy with a tablet.

How Much Homework Help Is Too Much?

The experts weigh in on when to step in (and when to back off).

NJ Theater Alliance Supports and Advocates For Local Theaters

You don't need to go to NYC for amazing theater.

The Met’s Biggest Exhibit on Michelangelo EVER Is Opening in NYC This Month

Head to the Metropolitan Museum of Art before February to see iconic drawings, sculptures and more.

Teaching Civility in a Not-So-Civil World

How to nurture respect and compassion during divisive political times

Best NJ Places to Take Preschoolers in November

Halloween may be over, but the fun continues. We’ve found things for you to do in NJ this month with your age 2-to-5 crew. Don’t miss these great picks for your preschoolers.

Take the Kids: Crayola Experience

This Easton, PA staple is a can’t-miss for creative kids.

Going Out to Eat With Your Autistic Kid? You’ll Want to Read This First

Eileen Shaklee, mom to a 13-year-old boy and the blogger behind Autism with a Side of Fries, shares her best advice for making eating out a little easier. 

New Jersey Colleges by the Numbers

A look at New Jersey's colleges and universities, and why your teen may want to consider staying in state.

Kids Are Getting Inspired at the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers

This New Brunswick spot has one of the most impressive university collections in the nation.

Art House Productions Brings Color to Jersey City

This culture and arts org is filling a void for tons of creative talent in Hudson County.

NJ Art Programs for Budding Artists

Many schools have cut back on art programs, so if you’ve got a kid who wants to know if she’s the next Matisse, sign her up for one of these classes.

How to Help Your Kid If They're Struggling in Math

Their homework may be over your head, but there are tips to survive this dreaded subject.

How to Talk to Your Kids About the NFL National Anthem Controversy

It’s a sensitive topic, but chances are your children have heard about it. Here are some tips on how to start the conversation with your kids.

Should Your Kid Take the SAT, ACT or Both?

Experts weigh in on both college entrance exams.