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At one time Van Cortlandt Park was a plantation that enslaved Africans built into what we know today. Tijay Mohammed, a Ghanaian-born artist, wanted others to know that as he visualized an art installation to bring honor to them. more
SAR Academy hosted Interactive Family Arts Festival on Monday, May 22 where they showcased students’ work. more
On Sunday, June 11 at 3 p.m., in Lehman College’s Lovinger Theatre at 250 Bedford Park Blvd., Michael Spierman, founder and conductor of the 400-member Orchestra of the Bronx, returns with a concert of Mendelssonhn’s Symphony No. 3 in A minor as well as “Scottish,” and the Tschaikowsky Violin Concerto in D Major, featuring guest violinist Patrick Doane. more
All the mothers and children get together in The Female Fight Club offices on Riverdale Avenue Saturday, May 13 to enjoy their Mother’s Day presents. more
Van Cortlandt Park spreads over 1,000 acres of land. North of the New York City park reaches parts of Yonkers. A proposed state-of-the-art, 16-story affordable housing building named The Parker may soon become part of a border war between the two municipalities. All in the name of birds. more
It is only fitting that a female high school student from one of the most prestigious institutions in New York City is the first recipient of the Celia Stein Kiwanis Club of Riverdale scholarship in honor of the chapter’s first female Kiwanian. more
Bob Rubinstein is the epitome of the Kiwanis Club of Riverdale. He has been with the organization for 60 years and the club is now 70 years old. That is just part of the legacy of the longtime … more
The Sisters of Charity of New York have started the process of winding down its 200+year-old sisterhood congregation after its delegates voted April 13 to begin a “path to completion.” more
Throughout the week, there were artists and music doing their thing, including a mariachi band that walked from restaurant to restaurant as part of Riverdale Restaurant Week April 15-22. or the Friendly Fridge BX, DineOut Riverdale made 231 sandwiches, rice and beans meals and donated fresh produce, water bottles and juice. more
SAR High School and SAR Academy celebrated Yom Ha’atzmaut on April 25. The high school started with a schoolwide tefilla — a prayer — memorable and exciting festivity along with scholarly lessons dedicated to find peaceful solutions in any situation and meaning in Israel’s founding father. In 1948, David Ben-Gurion was the known national founder of the state of Israel. And the first prime minister. more
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