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When Alan Fausel auctioned dog paintings, there was an initial reaction from people he’ll never forget. more
A few weeks ago, I was seated, once again, in the Ross Auditorium at the New York Botanical Garden. The program this time was devoted to sustainability as it pertains to our own personal gardens, as well as meadows and woodland environments. more
Most women spend their maternity leave recuperating from the physical trauma of giving birth and agonizing hours of labor. more
The Women’s March got so much attention in the days after Donald Trump’s inauguration, it was impossible for anyone — including the man living in the White House — to … more
An assumption can be made that while asteroids have tremendous destructive power, they hold no other interest for us. more
Sometimes a little bit of design can go a long way.The set that greets us as we enter the Linda Gross Theater at Atlantic Theater Company to see playwright Abby Rosebrock’s “Blue Ridge” is both familiar and dreadful in a way — and perfect for the task. more
There’s more than meets the eye when it comes to the Hudson River, and Maya Lin is on a mission to let everyone know it. more
Stan Lee had a habit of creating superheroes in the characters you’d least expect. more
It is surprisingly busy out in space. There may not be any air, but there is an incredibly large amount of small natural objects. more
Behind every man is a woman who helped shape his life, and Edgar Allan Poe is no exception. more
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