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It’s like the Tribeca Film Festival meets collegiate film theory discussion. Except the snacks aren’t popcorn, but protein bars. more
As I was preparing this column, we were more than a week into the government shutdown. One agency that I wanted to query was the National Park System. more
Ursula Chanse describes 1988 as a “time of upheaval” in the Bronx. Between those moving out of the borough and people committed to staying, change was happening at a rapid pace. more
What of animals that either cannot or do not move to avoid difficult climate conditions as diverse as severe cold, drought or severe heat coupled with lack of water? more
John Guare’s new play “Nantucket Sleigh Ride” takes its audience on a wild trip through churning waters. And just like with the whalers of old — harpooned to their robust adversary, bouncing along the waves and uncertain of their destination — it is the beast that is in control, fighting capture all the way. more
Sammy Voit is just your average teenager, studying hard in his eighth-grade classes and hanging out with friends. But then again, Sammy isn’t just your average teenager. more
Of all the tried-and-true dramatic formulas, the love story ranks close to the top. more
It was from the window of a Las Vegas taxi in late 2011 when Michael Joseph saw a face he knew he had to photograph. more
All Bartholomew Bland can see at the Lehman College Art Gallery is money. more
Sarina Prabasi always felt like an observer of American politics, until she became a U.S. citizen — just in time for the 2016 presidential election. more
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