“Giving to kids who have been displaced, who have lost everything they own, it’s a good feeling,” organizer Michele Catalono said.
With their families struggling to rebuild after superstorm Sandy, so many kids in our could go without gifts this holiday season. But one woman is trying to make sure that doesn’t happen to a single child in one community.
With Christmas just around the corner, the New York Public Interest Research Group is out with a report intended to keep children safe this holiday season.
Whether you’re shopping for a tiny tot’s holiday gifts or just for your inner child, you’re in luck: New York has some of the world’s best toy stores. Here’s a short list of the city’s best.
With the holidays right around the corner, there is a goal on Staten Island to have the biggest toy drive that New York has ever seen.
The holiday season is supposed to be the most joyous time of the year, but for Jonelle Redmond, of Long Island, the wrath of Superstorm Sandy has dampened any holiday hopes. But one organization has a mission to help.
Each year thousands of products are recalled for any number of reasons like manufacturing defects or accelerated wear and tear.
Fake NFL jerseys, Disney knock-offs, and replicas of an Angry Birds toy are all part of the massive seizure of counterfeit goods announced Thursday by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
For kids, Christmas morning is all about the toys, but for parents, Christmas means balancing a happy holiday with a sensible budget.
Before we get to “the most wonderful time of the year,” we must endure what is arguably the most stressful time of the year: Holiday shopping.
For this holiday season, one New Yorker has already made her own list—and checked it twice.
Spring is getting into full swing so Toy Industry Association’s Adrienne Appell stops in to tell CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu what toys are perfect for the kids both indoors and outdoors.
Choking hazards and toxic chemicals are among the dangers outlined in the New York Public Interest Research Group’s “Trouble in Toyland” report.
Anyone for Go Fish? From gin rummy to solitaire to Texas Hold ‘em, card-playing has been universally enjoyed across centuries by people of all cultures, skills and ages.