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Where the Wild Things Are Tina Kesting travels to a new urban jungle Read More: DOWNLOAD PDF One hot summer Tuesday night I discovered wild animals dancing to disco lights at dusk, and it was not in my dreams. They … Continue reading

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Jungle fever In one Harlem building, the animals come out at night Read More: DOWNLOAD PDF When darkness falls over Harlem, the windows of the Lee Building at the 125th Street and Park Avenue come alive. Into the wee hours, … Continue reading

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A FEROCIOUS FRONT IN HARLEM In our debut Spotlight story, Real Estate New York features Harlem real estate developer Eugene Giscombe’s penchant for business, his passion for his community, his love for exotic animals and artist Grimanesa Amoros who captured … Continue reading

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Grimanesa Amorós Interview Grimanesa Amorós is an artist who enjoys well-deserved international acclaim. Her work demonstrates an interest in sociology, anthropology and scientific research, especially in the fields of biology and genetics. Read More: DOWNLOAD PDF Through her work she … Continue reading

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