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From the old mansions of Wave Hill to the towering apartments of Sputyen Duyvil, Riverdale is home to a wide array of architectural styles. “I think the first thing everyone thinks of is driving … more
The Holiday Train Show at the New York Botanical Garden has delighted visitors for 23 years, and this time around, the NYBG is boasting a show that’s “bigger and better than ever.”I … more
On a crisp November morning, Riverdale resident Tony Hillery stood outside Harlem Grown’s main urban farm on West 134th Street. The farm was winding down for the winter months, but the garden was … more
The Bronx is in the spotlight at two exhibitions at the Lehman College Art Gallery.  On display at 250 Bedford Park Blvd. is work by the late modernist Emilio Sanchez from the Bronx Museum of … more
On Saturday morning, Melissa Seymour unpacked her cello and set it up alongside instructor Agnes Nagy, a professional musician from Hungary, at the School for the Performing Arts at the Bronx … more
By Shant Shahrigian   He has cooked for Jay-Z in Manhattan and defeated Bobby Flay on the celebrity’s Food Network show. Now chef Kelvin Fernandez is serving his edgy Latin cuisine … more
Bette Clark is a licensed psychologist who runs her own private practice at night and works part-time out of the Bronx office of the American Cancer Society. She is also a breast cancer … more
The turning of the leaves is not the only source of brilliant beauty this fall. New exhibits throughout Riverdale are displaying works ranging from paintings that mix the abstract and the … more
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