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Holly Makin found out a classical music ensemble was forming in Riverdale in the most unlikely of places — a nursery school. more
Mimi Maxmen has delayed giving out an essay assignment to her students at Manhattan’s Parsons School of Design — and The Museum at Fashion Institute of Technology is to blame. more
The two downsides of sugar production from sugar cane is that the plant will grow only in the tropics, and its cultivation and production processes are labor intensive. more
We hear it all the time. The theatre is a place to experiment, to take risks, and to welcome new voices. more
It was an afternoon of sharing and capturing personal stories, all led by Frankie Diaz. more
Some pictures are worth a thousand words, but the portraits at the Hudson River Museum in Yonkers are worth a decades-long history lesson. more
Like the catastrophe it renders in such deliberate and devastating fashion, Lucy Kirkwood’s play “The Children” originates in some everyday details. more
From a book of essays on race relations in America to one about a neurosurgeon’s perspective on cancer as a patient, the New York Public Library has a wide range of books that were popular with patrons in the past year. more
Even when classes aren't in session, Daniel Hauben and Alan Feigenberg are still at work. more
Ugh! What’s that smell? more
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