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After 27 years as at best a mediocre district attorney, Robert Johnson’s career at the post is ending not with a bang but a self-serving whimper. “Number one, do what’s best for … more
In a borough where memories of arrested elected officials are still fresh — recall former state Sen. Pedro Espada and former Assemblyman Eric Stevenson, to name just two of the politicians … more
Recreational drug use has been ingrained in mainstream life for decades. Many of us can remember encountering drugs like marijuana one way or another during our teen years. While it often seems like … more
Money in politics is considered an unfortunate fact of life in the state, but some cases are more egregious than others. Bronx state Sen. Jeff Klein’s acceptance of thousands of dollars in … more
W hile gun killings of innocent Americans have become all too common, there is something uniquely horrifying about the Aug. 26 murder of journalists Alison Parker and Adam Ward in Virginia. The … more
When northwest Bronx residents heard a powerful explosion, with some homes actually shaking, on Aug. 20, confusion and fear understandably spread through the community. While some immediately, … more
More than 200,000 New York students “opted out” of the grades three-through-eight Common Core English and math exams this spring. That’s 20 percent of the total taking the … more
Childhood is like a poem. Like many of the best examples of American verse, childhood has a sweet beginning, mellow middle and wistful end and contains an inarticulable essence that makes our … more
Hunts Point has long been a key source of produce for New York City. The terminal market there is billed as the largest wholesale fruit and vegetable market in the world, bringing produce from 49 … more
This week’s Living cover offers a delightful and inspiring glimpse of the humans of the northwest Bronx. From a sandwich maker on Riverdale Avenue to a young couple heading down Kingsbridge … more
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