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Two new exhibitions at the Bronx Museum of the Arts shed light on borough-based artists and their way of portraying the community. “Bronx Focus: Paintings by Valeri Larko” and … more
In the poetry of longtime Riverdale resident Nina Tassi, nature is not just one’s environment, but a force to be reckoned with. “For me, the extremes of nature — mountains, … more
Our community is rich in can-do, civic volunteerism. And poor in movie theaters. So thank goodness for Jackie Fischer. When she is not making the Marble Hill Houses bloom with daffodils and … more
In a long run on Broadway, the working actors ride a tiger. Show biz is a tough racket — lightning in a bottle — with healthy portions of competition and risk. Salaries on Broadway are … more
What is considered America’s first pet playground turned 20 on April 14 — or 140 in dog years, as founder Bash Dibra pointed out. The dog trainer and pet behaviorist launched the … more
Years ago I was a docent at a public garden where I usually led my required tours on a Sunday afternoon for those garden lovers who showed up at the meeting point. In order to properly prepare for my … more
Some say maples, cypresses and beeches all reach the peak of their glory in the fall, when their foliage adds shades of dark red, bright orange or deep green to the skyline. But on a recent tour … more
The Republican and Democratic presidential primaries are coming to New York, and your choice is simple. If you believe that the Obama presidency has brought the country to the abyss, you’ll … more
Nina Robinson has photographed nightlife in New York City and scenes on subways and done multiple shoots for magazines and newspapers.  But her latest project turns the lens inward, toward … more
There are many reasons for buying a home — relative privacy and quiet, a chance to garden and  a yard for the kids to play in and to entertain guests. There are, of course some downsides … more
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