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When Laurie Walton first came to The Riverdale Y, she had one simple question — why didn’t children have a place to perform theatre? more
Unrestricted by strollers, children ran ahead of their parents donning painted faces. The sounds of salsa and musical numbers like “Memory” wrapped around the river’s edge at the College of Mount Saint Vincent. more
A critic might say reimagining Vincent van Gogh’s “Sunflowers” with Cheerios is an artistic risk only a toddler would take. more
You don’t have to search far to find where the wild things are. At least, that’s what local wildlife photographer Mark Davis thinks. more
Riverdale Children’s Theatre is proving once again it can take a popular Broadway show not commonly done by kids, and have it done by kids. more
If Manhattan’s SoHo strut and Yonkers’ artistic community were to ever have a baby, it would be the YoHo Artists Studio. more
Usually, Goya Foods creates products that bring families together at the dinner table. But the New Jersey-based company is bringing people together for the arts as well, spending $75,000 to help make Lehman College’s Latino concert series a reality. more
You know how some mornings you open the front door to pick up the newspaper lying on your front steps and the first thing that you notice is a heavenly scent on the air? more
Information is readily available for astronomy enthusiasts these days, but being curious about the Earth and what’s beyond the stratosphere is nothing new. more
In 1903, Henry James wrote “The Beast in the Jungle,” and some critics believe this novella — provocative title and all — was James’ own response to his celibate and lifelong pursuit of his elaborately crafted fiction. more
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