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Maria Jose Guzman dreams of traveling all over the world, diving into other cultures while working for an international brand such as Coca-Cola or Gucci. more
One man probably regrets having reportedly imbibed a dram — or several — too many. more
For the last five years, it’s been Haifa Bint-Kadi’s mission to celebrate black artists with an exhibition for Black History Month. And this February is no different. more
The College of Mount Saint Vincent came into last Thursday’s game against Yeshiva with wins in nine of its past 10 games, owning the top spot in the Skyline Conference standings. more
They say 2059 is going to be a great year. more
Noelle Knight is not afraid to profess her love for “unhealthy” food. more
On the quiet block where Pedro Almonte-Sanchez was gunned down last September, birds chirped after the rain. Across from the light brown and beige building he lived in at 85 Strong St., a silver BMW sat parked. Barren trees of a mild winter lined the street, flooded with natural light, even on an overcast day. more
When Dorit Niven first started teaching at Kinneret Day School in 1967, the president was Johnson, not Trump, and the school itself was found not on Netherland Avenue, but on the Grand Concourse. more
Holly Makin found out a classical music ensemble was forming in Riverdale in the most unlikely of places — a nursery school. more
Despite dizziness, headaches, ongoing pain from a knee replacement several years ago, and arthritis, Delores Dixon leads a very active life. But if some lawmakers like Assemblyman Richard Gottfried get their way, how she’s treated — and how it’s paid for — could drastically change through the New York Health Act. more
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