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They may seem like your average group of fifth-graders, but beneath their music lessons and four-foot frames, the trio of Oscar Smith, Alex Arbucci and Kian Hecht are The Great Oaks. more
While many of us were learning how to stomach fractions, Renee Minus White was recording and touring with the legendary singing group The Chantels. more
Starting in July, Rabbi Asher Lopatin will no longer be a stone’s throw away in his office on Henry Hudson Parkway. At the end of spring semester, the president of the Yeshivat Chovevei Torah Rabbinical School will step down, moving his family to Detroit, where his wife Rachel is from. more
Students tend to party in college, sometimes managing to shake entire buildings. Although some may find this high-five worthy, neighbors might not share that sentiment, especially if they are surrounded by vomit and empty beer cans. more
State Sen. Jeffrey Klein’s Independent Democratic Conference — the breakaway group of Democrats that has caucused with senate Republicans since 2011 — may have disbanded, but Klein’s critics in the party’s progressive wing are saying too little, too late, the damage is done. 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
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
When it comes to breakfast, city public schools are having a little difficulty getting kids on board. Although breakfast in New York City is free, there are still many factors that play a role in this breakfast contempt — primarily tardiness and, of course, taste buds. more
All those plastic bags sullying the streets, waterways and landfills could soon be an environmental headache of the past. more
If there’s anyone who shines as a beacon of hope for the perennially wronged residents of the New York City Housing Authority, it’s Tiesha Jones. more
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