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A recent manslaughter and domestic abuse trial at the Bronx County Hall of Justice had some unexpected members in the audience: Middle-schoolers from P.S. 95-Sheila Mencher. more
There are likely many ways to celebrate culinary arts month in July. But at Atria Riverdale, there’s just one way — a Chef Showdown. more
School is out, summer is here. And now 34,000 New York City middle schoolers have nothing but free time. more
Two years ago, Juanita Lanzo wasn’t getting together the exhibit she envisioned. more
A number of elderly residents in the community don’t always get the assistance they need. Whether it’s getting something to eat, or battling the heat — or cold — the Bronx Jewish Community Council is there. more
Mystery solved! Last fall I was walking on Henry Hudson Parkway West just south of West 254th Street and really noticed some trees that have been growing there for years. more
When someone thinks of Georgia O’Keeffe, they think of her journeys to New Mexico and the art that came from it. more
Paul Birnbaum was a schoolboy when the line “under God” was added to the Pledge of Allegiance in 1954. He also remembers when Alaska and Hawaii were added to the United States of America five years later. more
A heap of hot-button issues and curious tangents are stacked up throughout Antoinette Nwandu’s new play “Pass Over” at the Claire Tow at Lincoln Center Theater. more
There’s no one way to be gay. That’s the message “Queer Eye” wants to highlight for LGBTQ Pride Month — a joint exhibition from the X Gallery in Harlem and En Foco, a photography nonprofit that supports photographers of color. more
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