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Tale as old as time

Danny Maher and Payton Orlando, who play the title characters, dance during a rehearsal for “Beauty and the Beast,” which was staged at Ardsley High School on April 21 and 22.

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Teens build tiny house based on big idea

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IRVINGTON — Seventy years ago, when modernist architect Mies van der Rohe described his philosophy as “less is more,” he probably did not envision a future generation of architects who would take his words so literally. Today, “less” may refer not only to less ornamentation in design, but also to less square footage.

The age of the “tiny house” has arrived — not just as a hipster oddity on reality TV, but on Irvington School District property, next to the dumpsters behind Dows Lane Elementary School. There, board by board, nail by nail, student volunteers are building a solar-powered tiny house that will rise to a height of 13 feet, including the trailer bed it sits on, and have about 320 square feet of interior space, including an overhead loft for sleeping and utilities.

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Irvington High School junior Dina Pekelis uses a miter saw as she and other students construct the house on April 14.