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With no one on Community Board 8 yet asked to officially take a side, a last-minute compromise might make Monday's vote much easier when it comes to expansion plans for the Hebrew Home at Riverdale. more
When Laurie Walton first came to The Riverdale Y, she had one simple question — why didn’t children have a place to perform theatre? more
After hours upon hours of questions and testimony, numerous bouts of applause and boos, and even thousands of words published in these very pages, one might think there was nothing left that could be said or heard about the Hebrew Home at Riverdale’s plans to expand. Wrong. more
It’s been nearly a year since former Community Board 7 district manager and Riverdale staple Andrew Sandler died of cancer, and now state Sen. Gustavo Rivera would like to honor the civic servant’s life at the state level. more
Jane Herz is an incoming junior at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut, but she’s no stranger to the Riverdale area. more
Very soon, construction trucks could rumble up and down West 254th Street, not to expand the Hebrew Home at Riverdale, but instead to build a new early learning center for SAR Academy — just in time for its 50th birthday. more
Unrestricted by strollers, children ran ahead of their parents donning painted faces. The sounds of salsa and musical numbers like “Memory” wrapped around the river’s edge at the College of Mount Saint Vincent. more
Concerts, classical musical and recitals in the city were Stuart Boynton’s favorite pastimes. more
A critic might say reimagining Vincent van Gogh’s “Sunflowers” with Cheerios is an artistic risk only a toddler would take. more
Our trip to Israel was fast concluding, and I asked friends for recommendations for a short day trip. more
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