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Orchids have taken over the New York Botanical Garden more
While many of us were learning how to stomach fractions, Renee Minus White was recording and touring with the legendary singing group The Chantels. more
Starting in July, Rabbi Asher Lopatin will no longer be a stone’s throw away in his office on Henry Hudson Parkway. At the end of spring semester, the president of the Yeshivat Chovevei Torah Rabbinical School will step down, moving his family to Detroit, where his wife Rachel is from. more
For some, time may just be a race against the clock. But at the Lehman College Art Gallery, it’s all about embracing time itself. more
Before there were lights, grocery stores and rope, there were tinder bundles, cattail and dogbane. more
What do omelets, pancakes and Disney’s “Ratatouille” all have to do with Passover? Well, it’s how you throw a fun yet productive pre-Pesach party for young children who are more than willing to rid the Bayit of leavened products like pancakes using nothing more than their bellies while watching a rat vie to become France’s next great chef. more
Carmen Herrera is 102 years old, yet age doesn’t stop her — or her paintings — from reaching young minds. more
When the word “watershed” comes to mind, one might think of an area that divides water to different rivers. But it means a lot more than that for Ori Z. Soltes. more
When Tal Aviezer first set out to develop his abridged adaptation of William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet,” he knew some parts of the tragedy were to be in the final production, while others parts — including the famed soliloquy — were not to be. more
Years ago, I remember a film discussing how difficult it is to conceptualize the need for various measurements. Today, as I write this column, I am home waiting for a major snowstorm, and temperature is on everyone’s mind. more
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