By Tyler Shanley As summer creeps closer, New Yorkers are out on the prowl looking for new and exciting restaurants to satisfy their thirst. Here are some of the best restaurants in the Bronx if you’re looking for a refreshing, but boozy drink for the summertime. Freezy’s at The Bronx Public The Bronx Public is a popular, modern bar/restaurant located in none other than the Bronx. Whether you are a
While we’ve had a few beach days so far, the last day of NYC public schools is tomorrow and that means it is officially summer in the city. So as you stock up on sun screen and big floppy hats, also remember to nourish your skin before and after you hit the sand. To help you, we’ve partnered up with Avon to share some of their latest summer products
This is a sponsored post. While the summer is a nice break from testing and nightly homework, it’s still important to keep young minds engaged. This doesn’t mean you have to create tedious lesson plans and miss out on outdoor fun- the opportunity to learn is everywhere. Think of a topic in school and there is a way to turn any summer setting into the classroom. Summer is
Over the next week or so we will be sharing some of our summer must haves for moms, baby, travel, and more. First, we’re sharing some basic must haves to kick off the summer… 1. Avocado and Coconut Oil from The Vitamin Shoppe While winter is known for making skin dry, it’s still important to hydrate skin and hair during the summer- especially with salt water and chlorine
Looking for summercamp and summer programs in the Bronx? We’ve compiled a list of camps and programs that have been sent our way over the years. Please connect with the camp directly for more information and to confirm accuracy. NYC public schools are currently offering the Summer Rising program- open to all NYC public school students- registration is currently under way. Learn more here. We will continue to add to
Snow might still be on the ground, but it’s never too early to think about summercamp plans. Registration is open for the Bronx Zoo’s Summer Camp for 2014. Check out www.wcs.org/camp for more information.
By: Marilyn Urena Rincon3rd grade ESL teacher, Bronx, NY Teachers are reflecting on this school year and wondering what they can do better next year. Parents are scrambling to figure out daycare or camps for the summer. Students are fatigued from testing and are ready for summer fun. It’s that time of year again! Some parents are lucky enough to get their children into summer camps and programs that provide