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Growing up, Sarah Alsaidi would introduce herself as Sarah, without any of the Arabic pronunciation her Yemeni parents originally accented it with. At home, it’s not “Sare-AH,” but instead “Sah-RU.” more
My husband’s day usually starts with attendance at the morning service (Shacharit) of The Riverdale Minyan. He is then home before 7:30 a.m., to start his day. more
Ilana Davidson remembers how ClassicalCafé was born, like it was yesterday. more
After years of living in places like Morocco and Texas, Joelle Wallach returned to the Bronx seven months ago looking for a way to reconnect with her roots. more
Typically, the best venue a child’s artwork will get is hanging on the face of a refrigerator door. The students of P.S. 86-Kingsbridge Heights School have changed the game, however, moving their works straight past kitchen appliances to the walls of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. more
The association between both black and white truffles of genus Tuber and certain trees species was clearly noted early on. more
Photography always has been a constant in Tamara Lund’s life. Whether it was taking photographs growing up, or learning about it in school, Lund was doing it. more
It was a lot like a parade, just inside. Cheeks were painted with the Star of David. Many wore blue and white, the colors that dominated the Israeli flags children waved as they ran through the synagogue, their parents just behind them. more
If recycling had a world tour, it’d look a lot like the Earth Day celebration held last week at the Kingsbridge Heights Community Center. more
Rabea Ali never dreamed a road trip to Connecticut would end in four bruised ribs, a knife through the hand, and a ticket to the hospital. more
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