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The Power of One Word

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Elmore Leonard’s “Ten Rules for Writing” is chock full of good advice. My favorite: “If it sounds like writing, revise it.”

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Season-Opening 100th WALLCAST at the New World Symphony

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By Mike Hamersly

100th WALLCAST performance by NWS will also be the first to feature 4K ultra high-definition projection on the outside of the Frank Gehry-designed New World Center.

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Bittersweet and Radical: Art after Stonewall, 1969 –1989

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By Elisa Turner

“Art after Stonewall, 1969-1989” seduces and assaults with a powerful, seemingly endless stream of images drawn from two decades of radical change.

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Where Is Your Family From?
A Passover Story.

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      By Necee Regis   I’m a sucker for ritual. So Passover is naturally one of my favorite holidays. I love going to...

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Daniel Okrent’s 2004 New York Times Column Even More Relevant Today

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  Editor’s Note:  In October 2003, Daniel Okrent was named the first public editor for the New York Times (NYT) following the Jayson Blair...

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From the Midwest to Miami: The Artistic Journey of Tom Seghi

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    Driving through miles of open fields from his hometown of Chicago to DeKalb, Illinois, Tom Seghi was mesmerized by the stark...

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