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  2. ELECTION: Incumbent Dems vow to continue the fight

  3. HEALTH: Expert offers tips on empowering teen nutrition, healthy eating

  4. POLITICS Stewart-Cousins might lead majority

  5. FEATURE: Panel sheds light on caring for elderly parents

  6. SCARSDALE SCHOOLS: Are you smarter than a 7th-grader?

  7. EDGEMONT: Central Avenue car dealers granted permit right

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By DEBRA BANERJEE

The power of the goddess lies in every woman, artist Shreya Mehta believes. Mehta is channeling the spirit of grace and positivity that she tries to inhabit in her own life into her art and her latest exhibition, “The Spirit of Shakti,” at the Indian Consulate in New York on Nov. 13 and 14. The exhibit, by invitation only, represents the Indian state of Gujarat in the consulate’s state-by-state initiative. Although Mehta depicts Indian women in “The Spirit of Shakti” pieces, it is their “universal beauty” and the power that all women possess that she is expressing. Read more >

July 3, 2014

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EDITORIAL

The enemy of good

Often the proposals on the November ballot are routine and uncontroversial; voters can simply vote yes with a clear conscience. That’s the case with Proposal 2, to allow electronic distribution of legislative bills (rather than requiring print) and 3, to allow the state to borrow up to $2 billion to improve learning and opportunity for students.

Proposal 1 to reform the state redistricting process is a horse of a different color. Neither red nor blue, it has inspired lively debate. The New York Times editorialized against it. The League of Women Voters has been outspoken in support.

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Divine inspiration: Exhibit evokes universal beauty in all women

August 22, 2014

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September 19, 2014

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James Nicholas makes a play for the Raiders in their first home playoff game in over two decades. 

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October 17, 2014

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