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To err is human, an ancient Roman philosopher said, and today’s New York City agencies should not find themselves in particularly hot water for making the occasional small mistake, such as the … more
Few things in life are so soothingly cosy as a combination of a comfortable couch or chair, a cup of tea or coffee — or a glass of wine, if that be your preference — and a good … more
Around here, when a business or an organization takes over a few parking spots on a residential street, the neighbors get upset. Very, very upset. more
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Murphy’s famous law states that anything that can go wrong will go wrong. Another law, less known to the general public but important in physics ... more
Public libraries offer many wonderful things. There are computers and free wi-fi hotspots that allow people to surf the web and read about all kinds of stuff on the Internet. There are tech classes … more
The past couple of weeks have seen what amounted to a public protest at one of New York's pioneering co-ops, Park Reservoir in Van Cortlandt Village. The complex is the city's first Mitchell-Lama … more
Riverdale’s public schools are generally considered to be strong. And, on the face of it, why shouldn’t they be? more
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Last week, the country saw the latest in a horrifyingly frequent series of mass shootings. By now, you have likely read many articles, heard an army of commentators and seen countless social media … more
Northwest Bronx residents should join forces with the growing anti-heliport movement in Yonkers. People there are lobbying the Yonkers City Council to pass an ordinance that would ban heliports. more
Bronxites have long treasured Van Cortlandt Park for its wide fields, beautiful greenery, sports facilities and more. The 1,000-acre locale is the perfect amenity for people seeking a bit of peace … more
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