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There’s no one way to be gay. That’s the message “Queer Eye” wants to highlight for LGBTQ Pride Month — a joint exhibition from the X Gallery in Harlem and En Foco, a photography nonprofit that supports photographers of color. more
It’s billed as a competition, but as long as poetry is shared at the end, it’s all good. more
The “Never Again” movement has gone toe-to-toe with the National Rifle Association and the Florida legislature since the Valentine’s Day shooting at the Majory Stoneman Douglas High School. more
Several months ago, I wrote about environmental artist Andy Goldsworthy, noting his reverence for time and how integral it is to his work. more
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
Very soon, construction trucks could rumble up and down West 254th Street, not to expand the Hebrew Home at Riverdale, but instead to build a new early learning center for SAR Academy — just in time for its 50th birthday. 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
Our trip to Israel was fast concluding, and I asked friends for recommendations for a short day trip. 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
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