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Coolidge Corner Theatre Kids Shows: Saturday, Oct. 1

Coolidge Corner Theatre Kids Shows are starting up again and they’re kicking off the season with a show by Mr. G! Mister G Performance @ 10:30 am Recommended for ages 2 and up. Mister G (Ben Gundersheimer) has a Masters in Elementary Education from Smith College, a BA in English from Amherst College, and over twenty years experience as an ... Read More »

Acknowledgements

For anyone who was at the Seaport Hotel on Tuesday night, hopefully you experienced the same thing I did — the beginning of something really special. The event exceeded all my expectations in almost every dimension. All of the vendors put so much time and thought into their displays — the room looked so amazing, and packed with interesting things ... Read More »

You should come to Drool! And here’s why.

We’re less than a week away from the Drool Baby Expo, and excitement is at a fever pitch here at the Magic Beans headquarters. We’ve been working with our sponsors for over a  month to make sure this event is unforgettable. Here are 10 things you should know about Drool (and why you shouldn’t miss it): We have 64 exhibitors ... Read More »

MBTA in Boston considering ban on (unfolded) strollers

Update: It’s no surprise that the moms and dads of Boston would go up in arms over this. The MBTA is now saying they’ll try some other tactics for dealing with this issue. The Boston Globe reported yesterday that the information that came out around this was “vague”, “open-ended” and “imprecise” and the MBTA was not actually considering such a ... Read More »

Drool Baby Expo is coming

Here’s an interesting fact: having a baby is the most demanding consumer research project most people will ever confront. The number of product categories and  the relatively short time frame lead to a marathon of information gathering that begins with the pink line on the pregnancy test and continues well into toddlerhood. We hear it from expectant parents over and ... Read More »

Upcoming Bone Marrow Drives

About 3,200 children are diagnosed with leukemia every year. Thankfully, for many, there is hope of a cure through a bone marrow (blood stem cell or umbilical cord blood) transplant. Our friends at Gift of Life are working hard to create a robust registry to match donors with recipients. Because of this, Gift of Life has become the world leader ... Read More »

Special Delivery from Cupcakory

Coolidge Corner, home of our Brookline store and our corporate headquarters, is a bustling area of town with a friendly aura and a community feel like no other. There’s the Brookline Booksmith, which is an amazing source of new and used books, the Coolidge Corner Theatre,  a stunning non-profit movie house that maintains a retro 1950s look (and has tons ... Read More »

Coolidge Corner Theatre Kids’ Shows

Looney Tunes This Saturday, March 12 & Sunday, March 13 @ 10:30 a.m. They’re the crown princes of animation. They’re the international ambassadors of cartoon comedy. They’re the fabulously funny friends you grew up with! Join Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Tweety and the gang for another fun-filled weekend of classic Warner Bros cartoons at the Coolidge. Cartoons for an hour and a ... Read More »

Baby Basics with Carole Kramer Arsenault

Baby Basics: Hear essential secrets and reassuring answers from Carole Kramer Arsenault, Wednesday, March 23 at 7 p.m. at the Magic Beans Brookline Store (312 Harvard St.) Reserve your FREE spot now! On Wednesday evening, Carole Kramer Arsenault, RN, IBCLC, the founder of Boston Baby Nurses and author of the newly released Baby Nurse Bible,  is coming to Magic Beans to ... Read More »

What’s Sprouting: Feb 28 – March 6

Friday-Sunday, March 4-13 The Emperor’s New Clothes The Concord Youth Theatre presents the classic story of The Emperor’s New Clothes by Hans Christian Anderson, but with a special twist. The emperor is duped by con men who convince him they are tailors, he ends up wearing his ‘special’ invisible outfit in a parade, and what happens next? Find out at ... Read More »