Unpacking Frank Lloyd Wright’s Archive at MoMA

Shortly after his Imperial Hotel in Tokyo was completed in 1923, Frank Lloyd Wright published a book with photographs and plans of the lodge. Though it was demolished in 1963, the building has made a resurgence as the centerpiece for a major exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art.

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Floral Park Twins Celebrate as Champs at Prom

Floral Park Memorial High School’s prom Wednesday night capped a memorable senior year for identical twins Alice and Grace Brandt. The siblings have played volleyball together on the same teams since fifth grade, a lengthy journey that culminated in winning a county championship with the girls varsity team last November.

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Long Beach’s Charlie McAvoy Impresses in NHL Debut

Just three weeks after playing his final collegiate hockey game for Boston University, Long Beach native Charlie McAvoy found himself in the Stanley Cup playoffs, showered with high praise from many newfound fans around the country and at home.

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Vernon Hill Returns to U.S. Banking as Chairman of Pa. Bank

Vernon Hill is back. The legendary founder and CEO of the former Commerce Bank in Cherry Hill, N.J., on Monday was named chairman at Republic First Bancorp in Philadelphia. Hill has been a major investor in and a consultant to the $1.7 billion-asset Republic First since late last decade and over the years Republic First has added many Commerce-like features to its branches, including seven-day-a-week banking and free coin counting.

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