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Anyone visiting Israel during the holiday seasons from September to October and March to April discovers that the entire country is on vacation and on the road. During the recent Passover holiday, … more
The Bronx has long been known as the borough of parks and breweries. Several local establishments are adding one more staple to the list: beer. A new tour offered by the Bronx Tourism Council lets … more
A new play by Nick Payne is a journey through the fog of the mind and also a hazy rendition of a cluster of circumstantial stories. more
I grew up on science fiction and in my opinion, the heyday of the genre occurred in the 50s and 60s. One staple of the genre was a spaceflight by conventional rocket that would attempt a journey… more
“The Dark Knight.” “Chiraq.” “Candyman. “ “The Untouchables.”  Each in their own way makes Chicago America’s city of tough breaks... more
Residents of the Yonkers Carpet Mills Arts District are opening their studios to the public this weekend. Visitors will have a chance to meander through a cavernous warehouse... more
Applause filled the Kingsbridge Heights Community Center’s gym on May 4 as dozens of people gathered for the neighborhood’s fourth annual youth poetry slam. “I don’t get … more
While most students were unwinding over spring break, members of a new musical called “Daniel in the Lion’s Den” were hard at work at Lehman College. Riverdale resident and music … more
Cactus fruit is now regularly available in fruit stores. With its dark rose-colored peel and similarly colored pulp filled with hard black seeds, it is very refreshing served chilled during the … more
In the world of categories, “Family Drama” looms large — big in numbers, certainly, and also way up there in ambiguity and square mileage. Playwrights are free to roam freely and … more
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