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Bill Aguado knows the Bronx needs art — the kind that keeps diversity alive. That’s why he volunteers as the executive director of En Foco. more
The coronavirus pandemic will likely be remembered for how much it isolated people from one another. At the same time, however, it may also be seen as a period that helped many new communities come together. more
Damaris Mercado remembers watching her parents dance to salsa music in her living room growing up.  more
Maintaining the grounds at Van Cortlandt Park is not just a job for humans — at least not this summer. That’s because the park’s hardest-working guests — Taffy, Leo and Juliet — have arrived, continuing what has become a seasonal tradition of welcoming goats to gobble up all of Vannie’s invasive plants. more
When Lisa Cooper first began curating “Flowers and Flyers,” she knew she wanted visitors to feel a sense of comfort and happiness when entering the space. more
When the coronavirus pandemic hit last year, industries across the city suffered major financial losses. And many of their workers worried about staying employed. more
With the past year filled with so much many of us would rather forget — you know, like the coronavirus pandemic, a change of pace, if not an outright rebirth — couldn’t be more welcome. And if the Riverdale Art Association has anything to say about it, it’s just what the doctor ordered. more
It was an epiphany, of sorts. One Maria Neuda had after running the Black History Month art show.  more
It’s not every author who can create books as diverse as the first tell-all from a professional hitman, a ghost-written biography on famed lawyer Johnnie Cochran, and a book about how to talk to a pet cat.  more
The debate over the existence of man-made climate change is all but settled — 97 percent of climate scientists agree on this, according to NASA. And for the past few years, many policymakers — especially of the Democratic persuasion — have called it an existential threat. more
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