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Jamie Honigman, Sandro Gerber, Beth Feldberg and Gabriel Martinez play members of the royal court.

 
Students turn back the clock 562 years for fundraiser

By Julian Caldwell

DOBBS FERRY — Walking into Dobbs Ferry High School last Saturday meant traveling into a world where a cellphone or an electronic tape recorder elicited strange glances and questions.

“What is this magical device?” asked Mohammad Boozarjomehri, a Dobbs Ferry High School senior and member of the school’s Drama Club Improvisation Troupe, acting as a character and host named Oliver. He went on to remark that the year was 1453.

Many guests had similar interactions with students during the school’s second annual Madrigal Renaissance Dinner, held on March 21. The event is a fundraiser for music department performances, travel and competitions, such as the Pennsylvania-based Music in the Parks competition that several students attended with the help of proceeds from last year’s feast.
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February 13, 2015

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“Keeping the Faith” is a photo series about Our Lady of Pompeii in Dobbs Ferry, as the Archdiocese of New York considers the future of the 90-year-old church on Palisade Street. View Photos >

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March 13, 2015

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Photos by Tim Lamorte