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CAT & NAT: “THE FUN SHOW” – TICKET GIVEAWAY – ENJOY A MOMS NIGHT OUT


Cat & Nat are bringing their Live Show, "The Fun Show" to Westbury, NY on Friday, April 6th, 8pm to NYCB Theatre. To enter for a chance to win tickets, drop a note to robin@motherhoodlater.com and indicate how badly you need a moms night out!!! Cat & Nat, mom duo most well ...

50 Shades of White by Andrea Santo Felcone


If preparing for my wedding day taught me anything, anything at all, it was this: there are a lot of shades of white out there. And, in “wedding world,” there is always someone (for a hefty price) willing to get you your exact right shade of white. As in, perhaps, ...

“Babette’s Feast,” Off-Broadway Play Review by Andrea Santo Felcone


Isak Dinesen’s “Babette’s Feast”–the short story--is the basis for a new Off-Broadway play on stage now at the Theatre at St. Clement’s (423 West 46th Street). If the name of this production sounds familiar, it may be that you are one of the many who loved “Babette’s Feast” when it ...

Organic Skincare: Healthful Pampering by Robin Gorman Newman


Periodically I like to blog about new products on my radar, as I never tire of trying out skincare. I was recently introduced to a brand called Made from Earth. This company in particular piqued my curiosity because I embrace their approach.....as they state..... You will never find any chemical ingredients in our ...

Three Wise Guys: Theatre Review by Ethel Wolvovitz


Three Wise Guys is the latest production of TACT/The Actors Company Theater, founded twenty-five years ago by a group of actors who aimed to revive and reimagine great, long-neglected plays. The play, written by Scott Alan Evans and Jeffrey Couchman is based on two plays by Damon Runyon and is ...

“A Letter to Harvey Milk” Show Review by Andrea Santo Felcone


Based on Lesléa Newman’s award-winning short story collection of the same name, “A Letter to Harvey Milk”—the musical--is about Harvey Milk, (the first openly gay elected official in the history of California), but also about so much more.  Milk’s character informs the story, but only in flashback, as this story ...

JERRY SPRINGER – THE OPERA: Theatre Review by Robin Gorman Newman


[caption id="attachment_26638" align="alignleft" width="300"] (Photo credit: Monique Carboni)[/caption] I've never been a fan of The Jerry Springer television show. But, my curiosity was piqued when I learned of the new Off Broadway musical production from The New Group making it's American premiere. The Brits clearly had a field day with this over ...

Seeing Problem Behavior in a New Way by Rebecca Eanes, author, The Positive Parenting Workbook


Adapted from The Positive Parenting Workbook: An Interactive Guide for Strengthening Emotional Connection by Rebecca Eanes with the permission of TarcherPerigee, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC. Copyright© 2018 by Rebecca Eanes   Seeing Problem Behavior in a New Way Our culture is constantly feeding us negative ideas about children. When they ...

A Rising Star on The Voice by Sharon O’Donnell


Last year, I went two times to hear a 17-year-old local singer/musician from Sanford, NC sing and play guitar/piano. The first time I heard him, I couldn't believe how talented he was. Went back the second time to discuss maybe someday writing some song lyrics with him, as I'd done ...

The Baby Onesie That Defied Extinction by Andrea Santo Felcone


This is one of those “don’t judge” kind of stories. A few weeks ago, I was having coffee with a friend, when she casually rooted through her bag and pulled out a baby onesie. Not just any baby onesie, but a dinosaur-patterned baby onesie, that my firstborn used to wear ...