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Halloween may be long over, but the Lehman College Art Gallery is bringing gothic culture to the forefront. more
Aviva Braun is a take-charge kind of woman, especially when it comes to exploring the often-overlooked feminine side of Judaism. more
As I continue my exploration of herbariums throughout the Middle East, I chatted some more with Hagar Lesch, the collections manager at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. more
It’s been 100 years since the United States fought in World War I. But the posters encouraging its population to enlist in the armed services have yet to be forgotten. more
Having written two columns in the past about the herbarium at the New York Botanical Garden, I began to wonder about herbaria in Israel. more
A wondrous, deceptive simplicity pervades Brian Friel’s “The Home Place,” now running at the Irish Repertory Theatre. more
Last week, I talked about the Chrysanthemum Show coming to the New York Botanical Garden starting Nov. 4. And this week, I want to start off talking about Yasuhira Iwashita. more
How did The Studio Museum in Harlem celebrate what would have been artist Jacob Lawrence’s 100th birthday? The museum examined the ways the urban landscape influenced artists. more
With sexual assault and sexual harassment allegations coming to light in Hollywood, one publishing company is using the power of its medium to push the conversation forward with an anthology of essays featuring some victim’s own experiences. more
A nun, an older married couple, and a nightclub singer walk into a casino yacht. more
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