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It's rain. It's snow. It's wind. And it's something likely best kept outside, and you inside. more
The crocuses are already up and I have been anticipating the forsythia. It is mid-March as I write this, and while the forsythia is clearly in bud, it has not yet flowered, although I did force some branches weeks ago and had a beautiful taste of spring indoors. more
What do omelets, pancakes and Disney’s “Ratatouille” all have to do with Passover? Well, it’s how you throw a fun yet productive pre-Pesach party for young children who are more than willing to rid the Bayit of leavened products like pancakes using nothing more than their bellies while watching a rat vie to become France’s next great chef. more
Jazz style, Latin beats and Irish cadence morphs into one sound March 29 when the 20th annual “Day of Percussion” arrives at Lehman College. more
In my previous column about botanical Latin, I seemed to indicate that Swedish doctor Carl Linnaeus had immediately established the binomial nomenclature. more
Police warn against leaving personal belongings in plain view inside a car since it could be marked a target by sharp-eyed criminals. But one man learned his lesson the hard way. more
A portable wagon stage is the centerpiece of “The Amateurs,” Jordan Harrison’s bold new play at the Vineyard Theatre. more
Carmen Herrera is 102 years old, yet age doesn’t stop her — or her paintings — from reaching young minds. more
Classrooms across America will be empty March 14. No, it’s not a holiday. more
In a week filled with protests and speeches pushing for more gun control, U.S. Rep. Eliot Engel took his fight to ban assault weapons straight to Florida. more
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