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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
After a multi-year search, the Riverdale Presbyterian Church has announced the installation of a new pastor. more
Legendary as it is, the Bronx has never been known for its jazz scene. That is, until now. Over the past two months, local singer Tamuz Nissim and guitarist Giorgos Nazos have taken the reins of the fledgling movement and created the one and only “Jazz Jam In The Bronx,” right here in Riverdale. more
Fran Weissler admits she had little exposure to theater as a kid and was not the best at counting change, according to Playbill. Now she is one of the city’s top Broadway producers in partnership with her husband, Barry, and doesn’t have to worry about counting money. more
Two idols return to Riverdale, but this time they will be together, live on stage. more
Salanter Akiba Riverdale Academy prepares for the Jewish Passover holiday recently with a hand-made 18-minute shmurah matzah bake in their matzah factory. The matzah was to be used during the holiday. more
New York City residents pay a billion dollars in tax subsidies every year to 17 institutions, according to the Free Admission campaign, with $701.1 million apparently going to free rent. more
It’s not every day that a poet releases his first book at 78, but that is what Richard Sime, a resident of the venerable Villa Charlotte Brontë in Spuyten Duyvil, will have done when his collection of poems, “The Next Breath,” is published by Finishing Line Press in June. more
Georgia has a solid connection to ballet, even before the country was swallowed up by the Soviet Union and became a separate country again. Now, its official ballet company is making its way to the United States for the first time in seven years and this year, Lehman Center for Performing Arts will be the only performance in New York City. more
Facing reality can be one of the most challenging aspects of a person’s life. But what about forgiveness? Apologizing for a transgression can be difficult and no one enjoys it. But what does it look like and how does it work? more
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