Tag Archives: Arts

A found fortune
Una fortuna encontrada

Lilli and Charles (née Carl) are the lucky ones. On the morning of Nov. 8, 1938, Lilli Meseritz’s 72-year-old grandmother answered the door.
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“It brought out the magic”

Steven Gil had one word to describe Cinderella: “Awesome.” His mother, Sonia Gil, was surprised that her teenage son would ascribe such a word to the aspirational tale of a young woman seeking her Prince Charming. Though, to be fair, she did not know what to expect when she came to see the...

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A love letter to letters
Una carta de amor a las letras

On his first day of school in Puerto Rico, Luis Gutiérrez was shocked to learn he did not know his own name. Growing up in Chicago, he said he...
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The Real Gilmore Girl
La verdadera chica Gilmore

Algunos dicen que el arte imita a la vida. Berda Gilmore dice que la vida imita al arte. Su propio matrimonio estaba en problemas cuando...
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Making their debut, off-stage

Kayla Peña hopped and skipped to special choreography. They were movements of joy. Fitting that the cause of her happiness then would be an imminent encounter with song and dance. Peña and her mother, Kirsys Gómez, are going to go to Broadway, not for one, but for three, shows.

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Enfocado

El enfoque de la nueva exposición de fotografía de la Universidad de Columbia es la ciudad. Sin embargo, su fotógrafo también se puede...
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Dance Theater awarded health grant

McDonald’s Tri-State Owner/Operators awarded the Dance Theater of Harlem, Inc. with a $5,000 grant to support the organization’s “Healthy Dancers/Healthy Families Initiative,” a 32-week program designed to promote healthy lifestyles, educating minorities about wellness and building...

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This theater patron is a saint

El patrón de este teatro es un santo

Javier y Johnny son gemelos, separados al nacer. Nunca se conocieron, pero ambos siempre han sentido la existencia del uno al otro...
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Summer of Reading
Verano de lectura

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Sounds of Scandinavia
Sonidos de Escandinavia

Sunshine, free music, and a stunning park view. That's what Dorrit Matson envisioned when she helped create the Scandinavian Music Festival ...
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Sanctuary in the cellar
Santuario en el sótano

Typically, the basements within city apartment buildings are not thought of as attractive places.For residents, it's often the site to quickly dump their...
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Sparks in the park

King Lear unfolds beneath a leafy green canopy in Inwood Hill Park. This past Wed., Jun. 5th, Moose Hall Theatre Company kicked off its season of...
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