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    Tuesday afternoon giggles

    Tue May 5

    Kids really do say the darndest things...

    NYC's zoos release another viral video

    Mon May 4

    A while back, the Wildlife Conservation Society made a video featuring some of NYC's cutest critters to highlight the financial struggle most of our zoos and aquariums are experiencing. Well, the star of the vid, an adorable porcupine, and his furry friends are back to reiterate the message. If Gotham's cultural institutions don't receive proper funding, it hurts the local economy even more. Fewer visitors mean less traffic to surrounding businesses. Check out the video and pass along the message. Do it for your kids, your family and that lovable little porcupine.

    May deals and discounts

    Sat May 2

    We're all trying to spend less these days, but that doesn't mean we want to stop living well. The sweet deals below help you continue to amuse and clothe your family without breaking the bank. Up to 80 % off kids' clothes at the Kidini Sale May 5-7 Kids' clothing sale planner, Kidini , is hosting a massive event. Save up to 80% on spring and summer designer duds for newborns to preteens Tue May 5-Thu May 7. Labels include Small Paul by Paul Frank, Okkies, CoolChange, Wonderboy, eyeSpy baby, Claesens, Appaman, Skip Hop, Sharksuit, KicoKids and more. For the last day of the sale, the hosts are offering an additional 30% off the already discounted prices. Just mention that you read about the deal on Time Out Kids ! Nancy Ney Studio, 620 Broadway between Bleecker and Houston Sts, Suite 2R. 917-653-3643. 25% off purchases at Still Hip on May 7 Brooklyn resale boutique Still Hip is throwing a mamas mixer on May 7 in honor of Mother's Day. In addition...

    New media generation: the WHOA Show blog

    Thu Apr 30

    Teacher James Avatar--who also happens to be a member of kindie band Audra Rox --is helping sixth and seventh graders at Tompkins Square Middle School hone their modern media skills in his after-school digital program. With his help, the kids launched the WHOA Show blog , where they rant and rave about pop culture, craft ad parodies (like H20 Yeah! Clear Soda , so you can drink pop in class), and goof on public figures (Donald Trump's a favorite target). While they could use a copy editor (it's herbivore :), the message is clear: the Web is the way to communicate and connect. Heck, the kids are even inviting all interested parties to guest blog ...just as long as you've got something to say. Our fave post so far: a cute video montage called Good Question , in which student Genesis Espinal asks teachers and security guards at the school random questions with onscreen graphics that comment on their answers. Think Pop-Up Video meets America's...

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