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Stella Borukhova always seems to find a way to work in Riverdale. more
When Tal Aviezer first set out to develop his abridged adaptation of William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet,” he knew some parts of the tragedy were to be in the final production, while others parts — including the famed soliloquy — were not to be. more
Years ago, I remember a film discussing how difficult it is to conceptualize the need for various measurements. Today, as I write this column, I am home waiting for a major snowstorm, and temperature is on everyone’s mind. more
What do Stephen King, Sylvia Plath and Lena Dunham all have in common? As students they were all chosen by the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers for its Scholastic Art and Writing Award. more
Last year, more than 2 million students across the country took the ACT college entrance exam. Many scored well in the SAT alternative, but a little more than 2,750 did something their millions of peers couldn’t do — they were perfect. more
In a tri-match with City University of New York Athletic Conference foes Baruch and John Jay two weeks ago, the Lehman Lightning was sure having some fun. more
If all went as planned, thousands of students in schools across the country — including right here at home with Bronx Science and the High School of American Studies — walked out of class for 17 minutes Wednesday honoring the memory of the 17 students killed in the Valentine’s Day mass school shooting in Parkland, Florida. more
The Bronx is home to just under 7,000 acres of park land, accounting for about a quarter of the borough’s land area. more
The subject of David Rabe’s new play “Good for Otto” is the vast ocean of the human heart. more
They gathered on Sylvan Avenue, their shadows long in the sinking late afternoon sun, as a sole Con Edison worker arrived on the scene. more
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