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From the time her son, Gabriel, was 4 years old, Maryann McCabe and her partner, David Burrows, knew they wanted to build a home together at 511 West 232nd Street, a 66-unit prewar co-op that Burrows bought into in the nineties. Their small family lived in his unit on the fifth floor facing Ewen Park, where families walk their dogs and kids run through sprinklers in the summer. more
There seems to be a rite of passage in New York City for parks to attract talent on the basketball court. And some way and somehow the best players always end up finding each other in one location or another. One weekly fixture happening at Spuyten Duyvil Playground this summer has become a common place for these shooting stars. more
The Bronx Council on the Arts has awarded $160,000 in grants to 32 northwest Bronx artists and organizations as part of its annual Bronx Community Engagement Grants and Bronx Recognizes its Own … more
Art for AIDS puts on a parade for The Pollinator Fair at The Riverdale Y Sunday Market on June 26. more
Art expertise isn’t needed to win an art contest for Kingsbridge International High School students, but it takes plenty of imagination. more
  Mayor Eric Adams and New York City schools chancellor David Banks are expanding the kindergarten and third grade gifted and talented program in other districts of New York … more
Two seniors at the College of Mount Saint Vincent share a common interest — art. They just came to be interested in it through very different experiences. more
(NAPSI)—How good is your imagination? Can you picture yourself the lauded winner of a writing or illustrating contest, accepting thousands of dollar and the acclaim of famous writers and artists at … more
Each spring, members of Congress put their pen and papers aside to host a visual arts competition — known as the congressional art competition. Art entries are open to only high school students to gain the opportunity of a lifetime to recognize their own talent and encourage their artistic side. more
His story begins in 1946. A young man from Yonkers, Joseph Nearon was one of just a few Black men to enroll at Manhattan College — an opportunity he received thanks to an intercultural concert that raised funds for Black high school students like him to attend college. more
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