Spring is a time of rebirth, and all that. Get a new outlook on your same old life by watching an odd independent film, picking up some trash, eating a weird-looking food made out of other weird-looking foods, or walking around with a bunch of flowers on your head. You do you.

At Gallery RIVAA, Vernissage XV

Some art exhibits are so rich with wonders that any attempt at an overview must begin with an apology. Vernissage XV, the Roosevelt Island Visual Art Association’s fifteenth annual season opening, is one such show.

Editorial: Lessons of Indelicato’s Tenure

With Charlene Indelicato’s decision to leave her position as RIOC President, The WIRE had an opportunity to sit down with her and discuss her tenure, what she views as her accomplishments, her regrets, and what challenges she believes lie ahead for the Island.

Gas Main Update

The construction work on Main Street is on schedule to be completed in early 2017, according to Allan Drury, a Public Affairs Manager for Con Ed.

Community Column: iDig2Learn

iDig2Learn allows children and their families to experience science and plant life by growing healthy food and interacting with nature. By watching city children, who rarely touch soil, grow their own food, you witness the deep joy and connection that overcomes them.

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