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Despite the claims of some who have fought against bicycle-accessible travel in the Bronx, there really is no “bike mafia.” But maybe there should be. more
How is your local government spending more than $26 million of your money? more
On a single night in January last year, 86,352 people had no home to go to in New York. Only California was higher with 118,142. more
You’ve likely never heard of Pat Fitzpatrick. But to hundreds of people in the college town of Gainesville, Florida, he’s a hero. more
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Very few of us are left anymore, sadly, who can share where we were on Dec. 7, 1941, when Japanese military forces attacked Pearl Harbor. more
Miosotis Familia was doing nothing more than what most of us do day in and day out — making a living to support her family. more
1981 was a year of fear for the northwest Bronx. The epidemic of burned out apartment buildings which had consumed much of the South Bronx appeared to be spreading inexorably across the borough. Something had to be done. more
It’s probably impossible to find any other city in the world featured in television and movies more than New York City. more
Imagine visiting the doctor to find out where those headaches are coming from, only to completely ignore her and trust our own non-medical diagnosis. more
There’s a big difference between being prayed for and preyed upon. That’s one of the many lessons moviegoers learned from the Oscar-winning film “Spotlight” a couple years back about The Boston Globe journalism team that uncovered a child sexual abuse problem that extended well beyond a handful of bad priests. more
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