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“Kalaniyot” was the signature song of the wildly popular Israeli singer Shoshana Damari, who died in 2006. more
During her years at The Riverdale Press, Gretchen McHugh found ways to be first on the scene, and capture the sights — and emotions — before time could sweep them away. more
As I wrote previously, I attended an extraordinary symposium on sustainability last November at the New York Botanical Garden. It was called “Cultivating a New Garden Ethic,” and if I have piqued your curiosity sufficiently, it can be viewed in its entirety online at tinyurl.com/SustainNYBG. more
Robin Hammond found himself at a crossroads in 2014. The photographer was working on assignment in Lagos, Nigeria, when he heard about five young men arrested for “committing gay acts” in northern Nigeria. Hammond wanted a better understanding of what they were going through, so he sought them out. more
More than 200 works of art from the hands and mind of Kevin McDowell fill his Sedgwick Avenue studio space. more
A clash of church, state and conscience drives Robert Bolt’s “A Man For All Seasons.” more
There are people who move to Riverdale and stay because they love it. Then there’s John Edwards — who grew up in Riverdale, and could never imagine living in a better place. more
Through an American history lesson and black-inspired musical expression, the Riverdale-Yonkers Society for Ethical Culture is starting Black History Month with some rhythm and historical … more
As temperatures drop outside, Shervone Neckles offers a warm alternative inside — tea with a touch of art. more
Jerusalem is known not only for its religious history, but for bringing out a level of reverence from its visitors. more
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