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Some pictures are worth a thousand words, but the portraits at the Hudson River Museum in Yonkers are worth a decades-long history lesson. more
Like the catastrophe it renders in such deliberate and devastating fashion, Lucy Kirkwood’s play “The Children” originates in some everyday details. more
From a book of essays on race relations in America to one about a neurosurgeon’s perspective on cancer as a patient, the New York Public Library has a wide range of books that were popular with patrons in the past year. more
Even when classes aren't in session, Daniel Hauben and Alan Feigenberg are still at work. more
Ugh! What’s that smell? more
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With Thanksgiving in the rearview mirror, the Christmas season is in full force. Houses undergo transformations big and small. more
What do you do when you want your children to be a part of a youth chorus but Riverdale doesn’t have one? For resident Elizabeth Wolstein, the answer was simple. more
Brenda Zlamany is no stranger to painting people’s portraits. But when it came to working with residents at the Hebrew Home at Riverdale, she needed a little push from her daughter. more
I must have lived a very sheltered life. I never saw a cockroach until we moved into a New York City apartment building. And I never saw a camel cricket until we moved into our present home and found some in our basement. more
The not-so-distant past roars out of the blue in Seth Zvi Rosenfeld’s “Downtown Race Riot,” a New Group production directed by Scott Elliott at the Pershing Square. more
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