Arts & Culture

Undocumented and Unafraid

Undocumented and Unafraid

Maria de los Angeles, 28, is a DACA recipient. Originally from Mexico, she now lives in Brooklyn where she’s finding meaning in her art. Through drawings and dressings,

When a Growing Catholic School Shuts Its Doors

When a Growing Catholic School Shuts Its Doors

At St. Ann’s in The Bronx, teachers, parents, and students feel betrayed

Tears of a Clown: A Circus Takes a Final Bow

Tears of a Clown: A Circus Takes a Final Bow

Ringling Bros. has been performing in New York since 1968, but now it’s all over but the crying

Penny’s Puppet Playground

Penny’s Puppet Playground

Tucked away in the West Village is a small artist community, called Westbeth, where wooden elephants, lions and puppies gather together to enchant the children of New York

Wrapping Stones

Wrapping Stones

As unusual as the art of wrapping stones could seem, it is a profitable job for Robert Kolsin, a veteran from Queens. The reason for his success, he says, lays

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