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Call the Sitter! You’re Going to Dinner in Hudson County

Restaurant Week is right around the corner, and there are tons of new eateries on this year’s list.

Kid-Friendly Rock Climbing Gyms in NJ

Head to an indoor rock gym or wall for a new adventure with your little thrill seekers.

Things to Do This Weekend January 19-21

Don’t stay home this weekend—embrace the winter season at these NJ area events.

Baby, It’s Cold Outside: 9 Awesome Things to Do Outdoors This Winter

It’s time to get off your warm couch. We promise it’ll be worth it.

Medieval Times Coronates a Queen—Here’s Why You Should Visit

Here thee, here thee! The Lyndhurst castle has a new ruler, and we’ve got the deets.

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.

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

The best skiing for a day, weekend or longer.

What to Know Before Signing Her Up for Sleepaway Camp

Now's the time to start planning her summer.

Maple Sugaring in New Jersey

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

You’ll Need to Wear Your Stretchy Yoga Pants to This Indoor Food Fest

InstaYUM is the NJ foodie event of the year, and we’re giving away tix!

Save Big on Your Next Family Vacay

We asked NJ moms how they save on road trips, hotels and more.

Pull On Your Robes—Harry Potter: A History of Magic Exhibit is Coming to NYC

The British Library exhibition will make its way to the New-York Historical Society this October.

Best Field Trips to Take in the NJ Area

Whether you’re planning a class trip with your PTA or looking for an awesome place to take the kids, these spots offer plenty of fun hands-on learning. Call ahead because some venues offer special group rates.

Heading to the Met? Soon You’ll Need to Pay to Get In

The Met will charge non-New York residents an admission fee beginning in March.