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It was a Facebook photo of an old doll captioned with “The Creepy Baby” that first inspired Kristina Thorstenson to collect vintage dolls for a class assignment. Now, her photographs and doll pieces have made their way onto the walls at An Beal Bocht Café. more
“The Treasurer” at Playwrights Horizons is a new take on an all-too-common problem: What do we do with mom? more
Over the last few days, families can be seen walking in Riverdale carrying a bundle of assorted plants. While one plant, a date palm segment, is recognizable, the rest are more obscure. more
With great fanfare and a parade — running from Battery Park, past the fountain at City Hall Park, to Union Square and back downtown again — New York City residents celebrated a sight they had never seen before: fountains spraying water into the air. more
It took just a single voice to revive the decades-long absence of the Riverdale Neighborhood House’s theater group. And that voice belonged to Terry Herbert. more
The Peccadillo Theater Co., makes revivals of neglected American plays its specialty, and has mounted a new production of George Kelly’s “The Show-Off” at the Theatre at St. Clement’s. more
Artists may come and go from exhibitions, but at Wave Hill, they’re always welcome to return. more
Years ago — actually, a long time ago — I took my first course at the New York Botanical Garden with Gary Lincoff. more
Amber can take many forms, but the most beautiful one suggests solidified honey, warm and glowing when suffused by sunlight. more
Tucked away in a quiet corner of Van Cortlandt Park, shielded by miniature evergreen trees, is one of only two riding stables in the Bronx. more
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