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War is terrible. More often than not, it’s the wrong answer to a very important question. more
With 8.6 million people living in New York City, and 1.5 million in the Bronx alone, it’s easy sometimes to get lost in the shuffle. more
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has been a disaster for America, especially when it comes to our amazing institutions like our health insurance companies. more
The war between cars and pedestrians has raged since the first motorized vehicle found its way to our streets. more
The end of the century is a long time away, and it’s doubtful anyone reading this will be around to celebrate the arrival of 2100. more
How many times have we heard the old adage, “There’s no such thing as a free lunch”? more
From virtually the very first issue of The Riverdale Press, founder David Stein wanted these pages to not only be a place where the great people living and working in our part of the Bronx got their news, but also a place where they could be free to express their opinions, no matter what they were. more
Two years before the U.S. Constitution was ratified, Thomas Jefferson lived in Paris as his country’s minister to France. Despite an ocean separating him from framers in Philadelphia, the future president still found ways to communicate with those formulating what would become our great nation — especially concerning the role media should play in a free and open government. more
Two words exist in the English language that are never found together: “government” and “quick.” more
It's impossible to say the word "trail" without raising the blood pressure of some of Riverdale's biggest movers and shakers. Where do we put it? Who will it affect? What kind of people will use it? more
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