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All this month, the Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance (BAAD!) is putting on a dance festival called “The Boogie Down Dance Series.” The shows will be at BAAD!’s performance space at … more
The late Cardinal Edward Egan did not forget his beloved retired priests when he set about writing his will. At the end of April, a will filed in Manhattan Surrogate Court revealed that Cardinal … more
On a recent night at Wave Hill, a new multimedia art installation celebrating the grounds’ 50th anniversary captivated Matthew Vanderwerff, 4. He got onto his hands and knees to peer at a … more
 Fifteen years ago, lifelong yoga practitioner Neem Dewji arrived from Tanzania by way of London and created a small but peaceful yoga studio in the heart of Riverdale. Since then, it has grown … more
Move over, Metropolitan. In May, the city will see a Bronx-style “Marriage of Figaro.” When Mozart’s classic debuts at Lehman College’s Lovinger Theatre on May 2, it will … more
When Bernice King was born, Theodore Roosevelt was president. When she was 11, the armistice ending World War One was signed. In the time since, she has been a costume designer, a jazz enthusiast and … more
Pop quiz: which name doesn’t belong on this list? Dalí, Hložník, Picasso, Warhol. If you picked the second, hard-to-pronounce name (you say it like “lazh-NIK”), … more
Van Cortlandt Park is one of the few place sin the entire New York metropolitan area where land has been set aside specifically for cricket pitches, so naturally, when the snow if off the ground, the … more
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