Sunday, October 4, 2015
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On a recent Friday morning, art history professor Val Franco projected the Mannerist painting “Joseph in Egypt” by Jacopo Pontormo onto a screen in a darkened room. About a dozen students sat in … more
A one-person show provided a revealing look into the lives of six different Pakistani-American women at a Manhattan College performance on Sept. 25.  Aizzah Fatima wrote and researched the … more
A bold new drama has taken the stage at the Andrew Freedman Home at 1125 Grand Concourse where audiences are invited for a provocative and engaging theater experience. Set in 1940s South End, … more
"Show Me a Hero,” the recently released HBO miniseries about race and politics in Yonkers, has put an unusual spotlight on our neighbors just to the north. “Hidden Yonkers,” a new … more
Cafeccino Bakery 269 W 231st St. Tucked away on West 231st Street, this nook packs an impressive spread into its small space. When it first opened a decade ago, Cafeccino was one of a kind in … more
Riverdale resident Henry Gonzalez vividly remembers the sights, smells, sounds and, above all, the tastes of growing up in the Dominican Republic. He called on those experiences to launch an elegant … more
From mid-century mambo to underperformed orchestral works, the Lehman Center for the Performing Arts’ upcoming season has something for everyone. The fall kicks off with a tribute to Latin … more
Losing weight can seem like a daunting task. There’s an industry built around helping people who want to lose weight. There are fad diets (Atkins, Paleo, cabbage soup, Weight Watchers, … more
If you buy the idea that we are because we think, where does that place our fellow primates? The Bronx Zoo has bestowed human names on some of the animals at its sublime Congo Gorilla … more
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