As delicate cherry blossom petals drifted through the breeze, the Brooklyn Botanical Garden hosted their annual Sakura Matsuri Festival on Saturday, April 27, and Sunday, April 28.
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For the last few weeks, I keep coming back to Rockaway, the isolated neighborhood in Queens that was all but virtually destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. Being there is a strange experience. It’s scary, sad, amusing, astonishing, enlightening and depressing, all at the same time. I’ve never seen anything like this ever before. I felt different and forever changed when I [...]
The New York Jets, one of the two tri-state area football teams, may soon suffer from a lack of offensive power and the loss of various players. At the end of last season, the Jets picked up what they thought would be their all time football player, Tim Tebow, who was brought in to give the Jets a little help [...]
About 35 people gathered in Wollman Hall on Thursday, October 11 at 6 p.m. for a discussion panel on the health of school-age children and adolescents as a result of school meals and media influences on food choices.
Last September, Jeff Smith’s first class as assistant professor of politics and advocacy at Milano was cut abruptly short. After explaining to the class that he had recently been released from federal prison, he received a text message informing him that his pregnant wife had gone into labor. “I told the class that I would have loved to stay, but [...]
Dr. Luther Castillo first entered the public consciousness with the release of “¡Salud!,” a 2006 documentary about the Cuban health care system.
We arrived at the corner of Canal Street and Broadway, breathing the polluted and unfamiliar air. The heart of the reproduction luxury goods industry was alive and well on this Sunday afternoon, and our task was simple: to locate the best replicated handbags on the street. We weren’t necessarily planning to purchase the best bag we could find under $300, [...]
A plea for fangirls everywhere to scale down their obsessions We all have that stage where we obsessively fangirl over something. For me (and I can’t believe I’m admitting this) it was at age 12, when I discovered Good Charlotte.
Nine months after stepping in as the dean of Mannes College, Richard Kessler has proposed a number of controversial changes to the music conservatory’s traditional, classical-based curriculum, compelling some students to take matters into their own hands.