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Before he first took stage as Sherlock Holmes, Tal Aviezer was only a casual fan of the world’s most famous detective. Five years later, he knows ... more
It’s been 10 years since Doris Cordero retired as an arts educator. Now, it’s time to ... more
With the weather warming at the end of February and the sudden appearance of some early flowering bulbs, I fully expected to see drifts of daffodils by now. The tips of their leaves have been … more
A president-elect traveled to Washington, D.C. for his inauguration against the backdrop of a nation deeply divided and a civil war just a few months away. As Abraham Lincoln traveled from his … more
Whether you came to the United States from another country or you’re a lifelong resident, have you ever experienced feelings of isolation, alienation or anxiety? The Lehman College Art … more
Before you even start to take in the orchid show at the New York Botanical Garden, you are tantalized by soft perfume. more
By Sura Jeselsohn newsroom@riverdalepress.com   Sunday, Feb. 19 was one of those winter days that we all long for. The temperature rose into the 60s and I was by no means the only one … more
Cubism. Pointillism. Post-Impressionism. Pop art. Those are some of the periods the 10 murals painted by seven juniors and seniors at IN-Tech Academy (M.S./H.S 368) cover. The … more
The Riverdale Y honored its founder with a gala on March 5, with a display of glitz and glamour in a nod to ... more
An underground river that flows through a vaulted brick tunnel. A hidden passage between two buildings of a historic estate, a dark and chilly channel into which no member of the public appears to … more
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