Museums

How One Mama/Daughter Duo Take On the Art Scene (And Bond Over It)

My mom friend Diana and I recently chatted over drinks about kid-related city outings. I had just brought my girls (ages 4 and 2) to the Met’s Heavenly Bodies exhibit (ie the “Fancy Dress Show”). She had similarly brought her 5 year old there, though apparently Fiamma subsequently requested to see the decorative arts rooms, the Temple of Dendur, the Modern Art exhibit, and more. As it turns out, this is standard for Fiamma, and it’s because Diana has crafted artsy adventures for her and her mini since forever. Together they explore, obsess, and bond over artsy things throughout the 5 boroughs. It puts us all to shame/is totally inspiring. So here lies the first Q+A blog we’ve done to share how Diana leverages the city’s art scene to bond with, and instill a cultural appreciation in, her daughter.

Culture in the Berkshires

The Berkshires are an increasingly popular weekend destination for North-easterners.  They're an appealing alternative to the regional beaches, especially for the schlep-adverse who may not be in love with traffic, sand, sun, and wagons of stuff.  We're excited to share this breakdown of three fun Berkshire destinations that provide a healthy dose of culture and family entertainment.