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Portraits of grief

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The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum presents “Rudy Shepherd: Somebody’s Child,” featuring 25 watercolors from his ongoing “Portraits” series on people of color who are victims of racist violence, often by the police.

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Plunging into summer

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Madelyn Jordon Fine Art in Scarsdale has announced its “Summer Viewing Room” , featuring floral sculptures by David Kimball Anderson, bunny paintings by Hunt Slonem, pre-Columbian-style sculptures by Joy Brown, and abstract seascapes by Eugene Healy.

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Not easy being Green

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As teen unemployment rates soar due to the pandemic, Groundwork Hudson Valley in Yonkers is stepping up with the help of its funders to increase how many young people get a paycheck this summer through its youth program, the Green Team.

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Street smart

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You see it every day — block-letter names on underpasses; messages addressed to everyone (or no one) on billboards; colorful and insightful murals on the sides of otherwise unremarkable buildings.

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More signs of the times

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To highlight the diversity of the Village of Ardsley, the Ardsley Multicultural Diversity and Inclusion Committee (AMDIC) recently produced a new lawn sign, created by Pakistani- and British-educated textile artist Sania Samad, an Ardsley resident.

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