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Secrets of the Oliver House

Secrets of the Oliver House

Francesca Simone, Managing Editor December 22, 2020

Still standing tall in Middleborough, Massachusetts is a beautiful Georgian style home on a 55-acre estate. Houses built in colonial New England were similar in style and structure, but the plethora of...

Staff Picks: Our Most Admired Black Icons

Staff Picks: Our Most Admired Black Icons

Nicole Acosta, Steven Keehner, Valerie Lopez, and Jared Naut February 27, 2019
Members of the Impact Staff break down their favorite Black icons in honor of Black History Month.
Photo taken by C. Caiati.

The Enchanting History of the Hudson Valley, as told by a Professional Storyteller

Kristin Millard, Impact Staff March 21, 2018
Expert Storyteller Jonathan Kruk shares the infamous tale of Washington Irving and The Legend of Sleepy Hollow at the School of Liberal Arts’ first event of the semester dealing with the concept of Time.
New York City’s Payphones Are History

New York City’s Payphones Are History

Michele DeBella, Features Editor April 5, 2013

A new two-part exhibit from the New Museum functions as both a history lesson and an exercise in either nostalgia or retro-novelty, depending on what generation you’re a member of. The first part...

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