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Penny Prince always thought she’d be a concert pianist. more
When graffiti was seen as an artistic taboo in the 1980s, three Bronx artists changed the narrative. more
Mother Nature served as the muse for “Shoreline Symphony,” a 45-piece exhibition currently showing at the Newington-Cropsey Foundation in Hastings-on-Hudson. more
Buying a house includes so much more than the structure itself, especially if a yard is included. more
As the sun approached the end of its shift on a Tuesday evening, watermelon slices and dates occupy plastic foam plates on a blue tarp at the Islamic Center of Yonkers. more
In childhood, summer days stretched out in endless, glorious hours, and one of our favorite activities was to catch grasshoppers. more
When Ruth Hurd started creating art, a friend and former co-worker gave her advice on how to stay consistent with her work: “What gets measured gets done." ... more
The goal of our recent road trip was to visit Sanibel Island off the west coast of Florida. more
A hot and sunny spring afternoon. A cooling breeze from the Hudson River. And hundreds of people flocking to the College of Mount Saint Vincent for Riverdale RiverFest. more
It’s been more than four decades since the Bronx Arts Ensemble first came together to perform for the community, and the group is celebrating next Wednesday with ... more
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