With intervention from Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, Barry Diller’s grand plan for a $250 million cultural island on a pier in the Hudson River is revived.
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By CHARLES V. BAGLI - Wednesday Oct 25, 2017
- Margaret Jenkins Dance Company opens 43rd season
By Maxine Marshall - Tuesday Oct 10, 2017
The Margaret Jenkins Dance Company opens its 43rd season with a re-imagining of its work “Site Series (Inside Outside),” which is, in this iteration, performed with the audience seated in the round. Poet Michael Palmer’s narrative weaves throughout. The later part of the evening premieres “Skies Calling Skies Falling.” This work, according to the company, “uses shock — the physical, emotional and intellectual embodiment of this state — as its central metaphor.” The piece was choreographed especially for the theater at the Wilsey Center, which is a vast space with soaring ceilings. It incorporates narrative, video, lighting, costume and sound to produce a dynamic reflection on the current moment.
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By LISA W. FODERARO - Sunday Nov 5, 2017
The hamlet of Edgemont, N.Y., is seeking to become an incorporated village, citing land use decisions and costly settlements by the Town of Greenburgh.
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Changes to the landmark interior of the former Four Seasons create challenges for the new restaurant from Major Food Group.
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- The Place Beyond the Fire Island Pines
By PHILIP GEFTER - Monday Oct 23, 2017
Columbia County, a quiet part of upstate New York, has emerged as a 21st-century haven — and a reminder of the ongoing relevance of the queer community.