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Martin Kleinman, a Riverdale resident for 14 years, pens poignant short stories reflecting on loss during the Covid pandemic. Dive into his intimate collection, "When Paris Beckons," exploring life post-Covid in NYC. more
Documentary 'The Boys of Kingsbridge' follows childhood friends from Bronx to Ground Zero on 9/11. A tale of friendship, community, and resilience. more
Van Cortlandt Park shines in the City Nature Challenge with over 4,000 biodiversity observations, winning the Green Space Race and NYC Battle of the Boroughs. more
Learn about New York City's congestion pricing sister program bringing discounted Metro-North tickets, aiming to enhance public transit for commuters. more
Join Yonkers Arts Weekend at the Carpet Mills Art District to explore 50+ artists' studios and a new innovative gallery. Discover paintings, sculptures, and unique creations. more
Discover Ariana Sidman's journey using music to address mental health challenges. Join her band for a unique concert experience. more
Amelia Rose Hassler and her mother create unique T-shirt designs together, blending art with financial literacy for kids. Join them at their upcoming pop-up event! more
U.S. Rep. Ritchie Torres urges Harvard University to address campus antisemitism after a Jewish student faced harassment. Torres highlights Harvard's culture of impunity. Keywords: Harvard antisemitism, campus discrimination, Ritchie Torres letter, Jewish student harassment, Harvard lawsuit. more
Residents of The W Assisted Living celebrate Earth Day by cleaning up their neighborhood and planting gardens. Community engagement and purpose for elderly residents. more
Discover the historical significance of oysters in New York City's ecosystem and the efforts to restore their population. more
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