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Elementary

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Here’s a great way to help out two local organizations while pitting your powers of deduction against those of Sherlock Holmes. It’s murder, they…

On a high note

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Purchase Opera, a first-rate student troupe, presents “Hansel and Gretel” at Purchase College’s Performing Arts Center Nov. 15-17, just as two alumni have snagged leading…

Voices

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Hildegard von Bingen – a saint and doctor of the Roman Catholic Church – was a Renaissance woman in the Middle Ages. Having experienced…

Deathless

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Some vamps simply can’t be killed. Witness that ultimate bloodsucker, Dracula, who’s back for another go-round in the new NBC series bowing at 10…

God’s composer

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Alma Schindler Mahler, the flirtatious wife of composer-conductor Gustav Mahler, liked to say that her perfectionistic husband was always telephoning God. By that I…

Save the (spooky) date

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Marcy B. Freedman, who we affectionately call “WAG’s favorite performance artist,” has been in touch with news about yet another of her innovative projects….

Truly madly

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For WAG’s November “Voices” issue, Wilton psychiatrist Mark Rubinstein weighs in on the auditory nature of hallucinations in schizophrenia. But in his new novel,…