May 7 – May 12

NoMAA (178 Bennett Ave) will celebrate the New York City debut of Indigenous Rock Band Sak Tzevul on...

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The Elixir: Letting Go of F.E.A.R.

I had a conversation with a friend who is overworked, exhausted and losing herself in her dedication to the cancer patients...

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“Abstract/Abstract” debuts

Artists Unite will soon be having its third art show at the Berkshire Bank on 187th Street and Pinehurst Avenue this Mon., May 14th...

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Community News

The Department of Building’s annual No-Penalty Retaining Wall Inspection Program begins Mon., May 7th and it runs...

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Fit in the City

Just in case you’re feeling like you’re in pretty good shape; or, in case you’re feeling a little down, Barstarzz is the perfect cure for both...

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Promoting healthy living with a bit of dirt and dance

“Please don’t throw your trash on the floor,” read a handmade sign tucked inside a tree bed, one of the eight that bordered the...

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Councilmember Jackson honored with UFT’s highest award

New York City Councilmember Robert Jackson will receive the United Teachers Federation’s (UFT) most prestigious award...

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The Adventures of Jovana: Scout, Leader, Teen
Las Aventuras de Jovana: Exploradora, Líder, Adolescente

Summer approaches, and while some teens are looking forward to the lazy days spent doing little, Jovana Tavizon is focused...
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“A New Play”: Looking close, finding self, making art
“A New Play”: Mirando de cerca, encontrándose a si mismo, haciendo arte

Se dice que la pintura correcta, puede iluminar un cuarto. En el Pabellón Russ Berrie en la Avenida St. Nicholas, el frente del...
In-English

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Community advocates rally against cuts to after school programs
Manifestación comunal contra los recortes a los programas después de la escuela

Directly after the Mayor unveiled his executive budget this past Thurs., May 3rd, which revealed major cuts for Out of School...
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After painful loss, building a better future

Tragedy struck the Paniagua household two years ago. Sahim, the eldest son, then 16, collapsed at home. He was unable to be revived...

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Local student artist wins Rangel’s 2012 Congressional Arts Competition

This past Mon., May 7th, Congressman Charles Rangel joined local arts leaders, students and parents as he announced this...

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