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Hebrew Home at Riverdale has captured its 100 years of history in one 400-square-foot exhibition. more
Compared to the rest of the city and even its own borough, the Riverdale-Kingsbridge area doesn’t find itself mentioned in pop culture very much. more
When the New York Book Festival awarded Steven Schindler its grand prize July 15 for his 2013 novel “The Last Sewer Ball,” he’ll have to remind his readers that he doesn’t write for accolades. Instead, it’s a reflection of growing up near Riverdale. more
Artists from across the country and around the world are displaying their take on life and nature at Elisa Contemporary Art’s new exhibit, “Rooted Down and Rising Up.” more
If you remember from last week, I’ve been sharing some experiences on a trip to the Dead Sea, part of a tour of Harei S’dom, otherwise known as the Mountains of Sodom. more
All it took for Laurie Walton to become the director of The Riverdale Y’s performing arts department was a knock on the door and an offer to direct a teen show. All on a budget of $500. more
It’s a hot and humid late July morning, and these kids are outside running amongst the grass and trees. They’re taking part in a fun outdoor activity — a scavenger hunt — and they’re thinking hard about a riddle so they can get their next clue. more
Under the comfort of a big tree and a summer breeze, jazz group Ginetta’s Vendetta perform for an intimate crowd at the Amalgamated Train Park seeking only one thing: audience enjoyment. more
All they wanted to do was dance, but they forgot their dancing shoes. more
A cleaner park. Well-maintained hiking trails. Improved water quality. Those were some the projects the nonprofit Friends of Van Cortlandt Park worked on over the past 25 years. more
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