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Time Between End of Camp and Beginning of School Officially an Eternity

Old Bethpage, NY – Local parenting groups in the Northeast have officially determined that the three plus weeks between the end of the camp season and the beginning of the school year does not only feel like but actually is “an eternity”.  With seemingly no light at the end of the tunnel, many parents are struggling to figure out what do next with their children while exhausting hours of time and thousands of dollars.  What is most frustrating to everyone…

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Mother Panicked Over What to Do with Random Shirt Returned in Son’s Camp Trunk

Great Neck, NY (August 16, 2018) – When Sherry Ackerman opened up her son Ayden’s camp trunk and saw a shirt that did not belong to him, her confusion quickly turned to angst as she fretted over what to do with the garment she did not anticipate receiving.  The navy blue Syracuse Lacrosse shirt with J. Nussbaum stitched into the inside collar completely threw the mother of two for a loop and set off a frenzied dilemma as to how…


Mall Parking Lot Newest Hot Spot for Family Portraits

Livingston, NJ (August 13, 2018) – Based on the recent surge of Facebook photo posts, it seems that the hottest place to take a family picture is in the parking lot of a mall or other commercial property.  While many families go into the mall to take such a picture, last weekend it was somehow determined by someone that the family picture would be taken in the parking lot with cars, people, and coach buses as a scenic backdrop for…


Home Friends Don’t Give a Sh*t that Schwartz was Camper Captain

Massapequa, NY (August 18, 2015) – Jake Schwartz waited five long but fun summers to finally be named one of two divisional Camper Captains for Camp Huron Lake Color War. The honor, bestowed upon a camper with great leadership, organization, and clipboard-holding abilities, is one that all campers strive for as the camp season nears its final days. From the first day home from Camp Huron Lake last summer to the second he returned to the same majestic oasis in…


Four Tons of Slime, Junk Thrown Away before Campers Return Home

New York, NY (August 9, 2018) – The Northeast Association of Sanitation has estimated that over the course of the last week and a half, nearly four tons of garbage have been collected comprised primarily of slime and other assorted children’s junk.  Thousands of campers can expect to return home to a house devoid of dozens of Tupperware storage containers filled with slime of a multitude of colors and textures.  Additionally, the children will most likely notice that their giant…