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A year was just the right amount of time for the Marble Hill Garden to start sowing its seeds in a new location. more
Parking can be a pain in many cities. But in New York City, some might just call it hell. more
Each year about this time, the Hebrew Home at Riverdale parties like it’s 1961. more
I first met water lettuce — Pistia stratiotes — floating gracefully on a pond at a public garden. more
As the newest member of the Regional Plan Association’s board of directors, José Luis Cruz already has big plans of his own. more
One of my favorite books growing up was “The Golden Hawks of Ghenghis Khan,” written by Rita Ritchie. It is an adventure story about a young boy from the ancient trading city of Samarkand. more
Ella Fitzgerald, the queen of jazz, may be gone, but her wide-ranging voice still soothes the souls of many fans around the world. more
There’s a picture of Andy Warhol on Gail Nathan’s desk with a quote that resonates with her these days. more
Van Cortlandt Park is home to acres of greenery, America’s first public golf course, and the unmarked burial ground of slaves and settlers. more
Harry Wilks has spent a lot of his time being in places he isn’t supposed to be. But it’s OK — it’s in the name of art, after all. more
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