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If the theater were a laboratory, let’s consider what elements we might want to combine to make a hit show. more
Second part of two columns Last week, I shared a trip to discover the rocks hiding in New York City with Howard R. Feldman’s elective paleobiology class from Touro College. We visited places … more
If you look hard enough inside Wave Hill house’s tearoom on a busy day, you’ll find ... more
Tango music and popular film score arrangements will take center stage at ... more
On the last day of April, I had a mind-blowing experience. I was invited to join Howard R. Feldman’s elective paleobiology class from Touro College for a geology tour of midtown Manhattan. … more
Not a single person yawned Sunday morning ... more
By Sura Jeselsohn Special to The Riverdale Press Magic does not happen very often, but sometimes the familiar is radically and splendidly transformed. Once again, the New York Botanical … more
On a recent Friday evening at the Riverdale-Yonkers Society for Ethical Culture, Rabbi Linda Shriner-Cahn and Manhattan College religion professor Mehnaz Afridi sat before worshipers at that … more
Age is nothing but a number. At least that’s what a collaborative study ... more
Surgeon. Farmer. Attorney. Scientist. Some of these professions might not be immediately thought about when it comes to someone from the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer community. … more
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