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While movie fans can enjoy the most recent Spider-Man adventure on the big screen, audiences now have a chance to learn more about the character’s origins, history and cast of villains he’s battled over the years at a new comic-theme exhibit in Manhattan. more
A sea of paper crowns covered in star stickers, a baby running around wearing a shirt with the word “feminist” on the front, and a drag queen in a sparkly dress set a vibrant scene for Kingsbridge Library’s first ever Drag Queen Story Hour. more
We’re almost through July, yet there’s still plenty of summer to go. more
The proverb says that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. The gardener’s version is the request for plants and cuttings. more
It took a trip to the zoo before Lisa Lucas truly understood the impact “The Zoo” would make. more
Penny Prince always thought she’d be a concert pianist. more
When graffiti was seen as an artistic taboo in the 1980s, three Bronx artists changed the narrative. more
Mother Nature served as the muse for “Shoreline Symphony,” a 45-piece exhibition currently showing at the Newington-Cropsey Foundation in Hastings-on-Hudson. more
Buying a house includes so much more than the structure itself, especially if a yard is included. more
As the sun approached the end of its shift on a Tuesday evening, watermelon slices and dates occupy plastic foam plates on a blue tarp at the Islamic Center of Yonkers. more
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