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While most students were unwinding over spring break, members of a new musical called “Daniel in the Lion’s Den” were hard at work at Lehman College. Riverdale resident and music … more
Cactus fruit is now regularly available in fruit stores. With its dark rose-colored peel and similarly colored pulp filled with hard black seeds, it is very refreshing served chilled during the … more
In the world of categories, “Family Drama” looms large — big in numbers, certainly, and also way up there in ambiguity and square mileage. Playwrights are free to roam freely and … more
Riverdale resident and pediatric neurologist Maya Shetreat-Klein became aware of how diets can be the cause and solution of chronic diseases when her 1-year-old son started having severe breathing … more
Two new exhibitions at the Bronx Museum of the Arts shed light on borough-based artists and their way of portraying the community. “Bronx Focus: Paintings by Valeri Larko” and … more
In the poetry of longtime Riverdale resident Nina Tassi, nature is not just one’s environment, but a force to be reckoned with. “For me, the extremes of nature — mountains, … more
Our community is rich in can-do, civic volunteerism. And poor in movie theaters. So thank goodness for Jackie Fischer. When she is not making the Marble Hill Houses bloom with daffodils and … more
In a long run on Broadway, the working actors ride a tiger. Show biz is a tough racket — lightning in a bottle — with healthy portions of competition and risk. Salaries on Broadway are … more
What is considered America’s first pet playground turned 20 on April 14 — or 140 in dog years, as founder Bash Dibra pointed out. The dog trainer and pet behaviorist launched the … more
Years ago I was a docent at a public garden where I usually led my required tours on a Sunday afternoon for those garden lovers who showed up at the meeting point. In order to properly prepare for my … more
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