Hiking In NYC: Parks, Trails For A Perfect Local HikeMany may think of Central Park as one of the few places nature lovers will find an oasis in New York City. But, there are many other places to hike and explore throughout the boroughs.
Best Children's Bookstores In NYCBest children's bookstores in NYC, including the Strand, POWERHOUSE on 8th, Greenlight Bookstore and more.
How To Turn Your Vacation Treasures Into DIY KeepsakesTips on how to turn beach shells, sticks and other items picked up on vacation into beautiful homemade items.
Back To School 2016: Best Mobile Apps For Big SavingsBest apps for back to school shopping coupons, rewards and more -- including RedLaser, Shopkick and RetailMeNot.
Police Athletic League Bridges Gap Between NYPD And YouthPAL Executive Director Frederick Watts stopped by CBS2 to talk more about what the organization offers for kids, and special events coming up through their summer season.
BabySee App Lets Parents Look Through The Eyes Of A NewbornHow much is your baby actually able to see?
Ten Ideas For A Thrifty Family Fun NightLooking for some family fun that won't break the bank? Try these thrifty ideas from Cynthia Copeland, author of "Family Fun Night."
NYC's 5 Best Places & Events For Science LoversThere are some people who think 'science' and 'fun' don't belong in the same sentence. Those people don't know where to go to embrace their geek chic.
Nina In New York: Make It A Double, We're Drinking For TwoIt's Monday, and that means we can get back to the business of telling pregnant women what to do with their bodies.
Nina In New York: Got A Kid Who Loves Sweets? Don't Worry, You're Probably Not A Terrible ParentAccording to a recent study published in the journal Pediatrics, kids who prefer sweet snacks over salty ones are at a higher risk for excess weight gain and obesity
Where To Celebrate Cherry Blossom Season In NYCCherry blossom season is officially in bloom. Here are five ways to celebrate!
Nina In New York: Pregnant And Stressed? Don't Stress! Seriously, Stop It.A new study out of UCLA posits that women who suffer from chronic stress during pregnancy are at a higher risk for having babies who suffer from low birth weight.