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Heroes of Hurricane Sandy

When people ask where I’m from, I most often say, “I’m just a kid from the Rockaway’s.” This used to evoke a querulous “Where?” But no longer. Unfortunately, the Rockaway’s are recently famous, but not for the charm and fun I knew riding my bike on the boardwalk on a brisk winter’s day from Beach […]

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Who Has Seen The Wind?

Frankenstorm Sandy came barreling into Westchester, very slow at first, but gaining velocity as it grew.  Watching 40 and 50 foot high trees doing a ballet number behind my house was culturally beautiful, yet realistically scary. Any one of them at any minute could snap. Two actually did…one uprooted, the other was felled, missing a […]

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When a Tree Falls

The word “earth” has (ART) within it.   I didn’t think about that too deeply when we planned an exhibition called “eARTh” opening on October 5th in our White Plains building.  Credit for that title goes to Leigh Taylor Mickelson, the curator, who selected the earth works of 68 artists in the region.  She is the […]

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