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When the word “watershed” comes to mind, one might think of an area that divides water to different rivers. But it means a lot more than that for Ori Z. Soltes. more
When Tal Aviezer first set out to develop his abridged adaptation of William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet,” he knew some parts of the tragedy were to be in the final production, while others parts — including the famed soliloquy — were not to be. more
Last year, more than 2 million students across the country took the ACT college entrance exam. Many scored well in the SAT alternative, but a little more than 2,750 did something their millions of peers couldn’t do — they were perfect. more
The New York Police Department is searching for five people they believe were involved in a heist that cost a man nearly $100,000 early Monday morning. 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
Under the glittering, pulsating lights, the soundtrack to 1980s New York City — “freestyle” music — made its thunderous return to its home borough before a sold-out crowd at the Lehman Center for the Performing Arts on March 3. more
A nun walks alongside a procession of young girls in white dresses on a New York City street. Two televisions, one tuned to a western, sit on the hood of a beat-up car nearby. 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
I believe that most of us Americans have been victims of bullying and/or some form of abuse at some time in our lives. more
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