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Stop by Wave Hill’s Glyndor Gallery these days and you might just leave with a free sculpture. A miniature sculpture, that is. more
This year has been out of this world for the Hudson River Museum. Between celebrating its 100th anniversary and the 50th anniversary of its newer space that houses its art galleries and workshops, the museum had another milestone worth honoring in mind — the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission that landed humans on the moon for the first time. more
Humanity has never been satisfied with accepting the constraints of nature.  Whether it was building permanent structures close to rivers that were known to flood regularly or clearing malarial swamps, boundaries have been seen merely as obstacles to overcome. more
It was a hot day in late June when the corpse flower finally opened its pungent purple petals. For those wanting to get a peek and a whiff, there was no time to waste in getting to the New York Botanical Garden. more
While it might be winter in Brazil right now, the New York Botanical Garden is bringing a bit of its South American heat to summertime in the Bronx. more
Under the bright morning light of a sweltering summer sun, the U.S. women’s national soccer team ventured onto the stretch of Broadway known as the Canyon of Heroes for a storied city tradition … more
Good things come to those who wait, and that just might be true for the patrons of the New York Public Library’s Van Cortlandt branch. more
Dennis Shelton can’t stop seeing familiar faces, even when he’s out of the country. more
A religious superstar from the 1100s receives a spirited makeover in Grace McLean’s “In the Green” at the Claire Tow Theater at Lincoln Center. more
Regular readers of this column are already familiar with the EcoFlora Project run by the New York Botanical Garden. This project is trying to compile a complete list of plants — cultivated and wild — growing within New York City. more
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