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Best Coding Classes in NYC for Kids

Mommy Poppins 8/7 6:00A Jennifer Coe
Coding classes are a great extracurricular activity for kids. Growing up in an increasingly tech-driven world means learning to code is an invaluable life skill. But kids who code don't really look at...

Mayor Eric L. Adams, New York City

CrainsNewYork.com (Hospitality and Tourism) 8/5 9:25A https://www.crainsnewyork.com/cr
A live on-stage interview to find out how the mayor ranks his first year in office and top priorities for the year ahead, how businesses can partner with the city to tackle big challenges, and what big ideas and innovations will drive the city’s...

Keechant L. Sewell, Police Commissioner, New York City Police Department

CrainsNewYork.com (Hospitality and Tourism) 8/5 9:22A https://www.crainsnewyork.com/cr
A conversation on how the NYPD is tackling a post-Covid crime wave, what officers are seeing on beefed up patrols on the subway, and how the agency is working to enable a safe return to the office, a top concern for business leaders. Thursday,...

Andrew Kimball, President & CEO, New York City Economic Development Corporation

CrainsNewYork.com (Hospitality and Tourism) 8/5 9:18A https://www.crainsnewyork.com/cr
A discussion on how the agency plans to drive the next round of corporate investment in New York, which industries it is prioritizing, where the city economy is heading, and how the EDC envisions the future for public-private partnerships...

Fall Art Preview

NewYorker.com (Humor) 8/5 12:00A Andrea K. Scott
Cubism tricks the eye at the Met, MOMA spotlights a famous fur teacup, New York City inspires Edward Hopper at the Whitney, and more.

Free in August: 40+ Things To Do in NYC with Kids

Mommy Poppins 8/2 8:00A Drew Kristofik
NYC empties out in August, but that doesn't mean there aren't plenty of things to do in New York City with kids. In fact, the lull before back-to-school is anything but dull, and we've found tons of...

R. Kikuo Johnson’s “Double-Parked”

NewYorker.com (Culture) 8/1 12:00A Françoise Mouly
The artist on learning to love New York City beaches and balancing passion projects with his career as an illustrator.
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