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Nando Ghorchian never set out to be a restaurateur, but everything changed when he started learning how to cook professionally. more
When the word “watershed” comes to mind, one might think of an area that divides water to different rivers. But it means a lot more than that for Ori Z. Soltes. more
When Tal Aviezer first set out to develop his abridged adaptation of William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet,” he knew some parts of the tragedy were to be in the final production, while others parts — including the famed soliloquy — were not to be. more
Years ago, I remember a film discussing how difficult it is to conceptualize the need for various measurements. Today, as I write this column, I am home waiting for a major snowstorm, and temperature is on everyone’s mind. more
Peering out from the bleachers to the hundreds of students gathered to hear him speak, Riley Gordon raised the megaphone to his mouth. more
A continued U.S. embargo? Reduced diplomatic relations? Those might fill cable news shows, but it’s not enough to keep one Lehman College class away from Cuba. more
What do Stephen King, Sylvia Plath and Lena Dunham all have in common? As students they were all chosen by the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers for its Scholastic Art and Writing Award. more
No matter how many times someone looks at Matthew McDonnell’s work, it never looks the same. more
Under the glittering, pulsating lights, the soundtrack to 1980s New York City — “freestyle” music — made its thunderous return to its home borough before a sold-out crowd at the Lehman Center for the Performing Arts on March 3. more
A nun walks alongside a procession of young girls in white dresses on a New York City street. Two televisions, one tuned to a western, sit on the hood of a beat-up car nearby. more
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