Pop Watch

  1. Around Town: The Golden Throne

         Don't miss the Guggenheim exhibit that we've been calling the golden throne!

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  2. Taste of the 90's: Retro Teether Alert!

             Bumkins is on point with their retro and totally rad collection for 80's & 90's babies with their own babies this holiday season!

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  3. Totally TROLLing this November

         Flashback Friday comes true this week as we say 'Hello nostalgia!' and welcome Trolls into our lives once again!

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  4. Major Meltdown: We All Scream for Ice Cream

    August is about to start and before your summer begins to melt-away we suggest hitting up, what is sure to become, the family go to pop-up spot in the city!

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  5. Bling Wings: Jeremy Scott x Cybex Collection Takes Flight

         Long awaited Jeremy Scott collection for Cybex has arrived. Stroller of the season has flown into our stores & we couldn't be more thrilled. Cannot get enough of the winged beauties or their tagline: Adults suck & then you are one.

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  6. Celebrate & Participate: Norman Rockwell's First Post Cover

    Celebrate the brilliance of Norman Rockwell! His first Post cover turns the big 1-0-0

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  7. Blue Haired Humaniod Sings in NYC

         We are marking our calendars for the an exciting concert like we've never seen before! Hatsune Miku is coming to Hammerstein Ballroom this May for 2 shows. What's unique about this kid-friendly pop star? She a singer, a teenager...Oh yeah! She is virtual. Sit back and enjoy the show!

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  8. Mysterious Tween Twists & Turns

    Author Kristen Kittscher, will join fans at the Mysterious Bookstore in Tribeca for the 2nd installment of her middle school spy adventure series Thursday, January 21st! Kittscher will bring her new book to life with colorful readings from "The Tiara on the Terrace." Join us tomorrow night for the launch of her follow-up to bestseller " The Wig in the Window."

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  9. Capturing Coney Island

    We are getting artsy right in our own backyard! Brooklyn Museum's new exhibit Coney Island: Visions of an American Dreamland gives a nostalgic glimpse of seaside society for a 100+ years. Enjoying somewhat of a "renaissance," the time is now to become reacquainted with Coney Island!

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  10. Family Fun at the New Whitney Museum

    Newly reopened Whitney Museum is catering this November to the next generation of artistic minds.whitney museum family funThe Whitney is celebrating the work of Frank Stella in Frank Stella: A Retrospective through February 7th 2016.  Stella, an abstract artist and sculpturist currently lives in Greenwich Village.Enjoy the hands-on experience by participating in interactive events. The Whitney suggests skipping the lines and buying your tickets early. The museum is exclusively open from 9:30am - 10:30am for families to enjoy! Most programs are free with museum admission (some include an extra fee).Have a newborn, the Whitney has designed a guided stroller tour made for you. Crying babies a

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