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If all went as planned, thousands of students in schools across the country — including right here at home with Bronx Science and the High School of American Studies — walked out of class for 17 minutes Wednesday honoring the memory of the 17 students killed in the Valentine’s Day mass school shooting in Parkland, Florida. more
The Bronx is home to just under 7,000 acres of park land, accounting for about a quarter of the borough’s land area. more
The subject of David Rabe’s new play “Good for Otto” is the vast ocean of the human heart. more
They gathered on Sylvan Avenue, their shadows long in the sinking late afternoon sun, as a sole Con Edison worker arrived on the scene. more
Many members of the business and residential community came out last year to protest changes the city's transportation department planned for the stretch of Broadway along Van Cortlandt Park. more
For years, Gordon Matta-Clark’s work intrigued Sergio Bessa. more
Euripides might not be the first playwright in mind when starting a conversation about gun violence, but then again, not everyone has the minds of Bryan Doerries and his team at Theater of War Productions. And he’s bringing that conversation to the Riverdale Temple on March 11. more
He made millions in the oil industry, traveling the world, and maintaining homes in both Florida and Connecticut. more
A portable wagon stage is the centerpiece of “The Amateurs,” Jordan Harrison’s bold new play at the Vineyard Theatre. more
In 2012, outgoing board of trustee president Thomas O'Malley donated $10 million to his alma mater, Manhattan College, then the largest single gift the school has ever received. But as of Monday, students and faculty were told that a much larger gift has been delivered to the school — $25 million. And once again, it's O'Malley writing the check. more
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