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Ms. Dimon with ‘Kalashnikov’ at the exhibit opening at Carter Burden Gallery.
Island artist Roz Dimon’s work is featured in a new exhibit at the Carter Burden Gallery called “GUNS!……LOCKS!……CHAINS!” along with fellow artists Scott Geyer and Jay Moss. The exhibit opened in October and is on display at the New York City gallery through Thursday, November 8. (more…)
This novel is a fast-paced story about strong female characters and takes the reader through twists and turns.
The Banker’s Wife
This is a riveting, clever tale, a novel about three women whose stories — and fates — are interwoven.
A letter from September 2001.
The memorial ceremony here on the Island made me think back to that clear sunny day in 2001 when everything changed.
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Jack Kiffer, the man behind The Dory.
I recently spent some time gabbing with Dory proprietor, 76-year-old Jack Kiffer. This senior citizen opens the saloon in the morning and stays until closing, which could be as late as 4 a.m. on some days.
Ms. Bergmann’s ‘September 11th,’ a memorial for the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, 2012, made with bronze, steel and glass fragments from the rubble of the World Trade Center.
Island-raised sculptor and artist Meredith Bergmann’s design has been chosen for the Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony Woman Suffrage Movement Monument in Central Park. These will be the first statues of real women in the park.