This Sunday, May 15, within the halls of the Academy Mansion, a stately and elegant building off Fifth Avenue, teenage girls and their mothers will celebrate community, judge bras and raise awareness for breast health.
In 2009, writer Glenn Kurtz was sifting through a closet in his parent’s Florida home when he discovered a mysterious reel of 16mm Kodachrome color film.
A Nazi officer in Vienna saved the Wachs family during Kristallnacht. They’ve never heard from him again — but they want to change that.
Shortly before his death, Walter Wolff handed his daughter, Nina Wolff Feld, a green metal file box. In it was a treasure trove of wartime letters written by him during his time as a U.S. Army Intelligence officer to his family. Feld, a writer and artist born and bred in New York, translated the letters into a new book, “Someday You Will Understand: My Father’s Private World War II” (Arcade Publishing).