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Andrew Cohen is all set to represent Riverdale and Kingsbridge on the city council until 2021. But for one would-be successor, there's no such thing as making plans for the future too early. more
Another deadly weekend in Kingsbridge may have come to a close, at least as far as law enforcement are concerned. more
Recently, I transplanted the flowers and seedlings my friend Laura thinned from her lush suburban garden. more
Responding to a call from the Hebrew Institute of Riverdale and Congregation Adath Israel, a hundred congregants walked after morning services on Saturday, June 30, to the Riverdale Monument in protest against the Trump administration’s forcible separation of parents and children under its “zero tolerance” programs on illegal immigrants. more
Two or three years ago on a pleasant summer evening, my husband and I went for a stroll. more
People aren’t the only ones rushing up the steps at 3660 Waldo Ave. Rats have joined the West 238th Street community, adding to a list of unwelcome guests that include trash and graffiti that is strewn and sprayed along the steps. more
A recent manslaughter and domestic abuse trial at the Bronx County Hall of Justice had some unexpected members in the audience: Middle-schoolers from P.S. 95-Sheila Mencher. more
There are likely many ways to celebrate culinary arts month in July. But at Atria Riverdale, there’s just one way — a Chef Showdown. more
Cue the dramatic sci-fi music. The year is 2028. ISIS has won. Twitter no longer exists. And World War III has actually happened. more
In the film “On the Waterfront,” longshoreman Terry Molloy — who usually makes his point with a fist — tells his future girlfriend, Katie Doyle — softly and somewhat wistfully — that pigeons mate for life. more
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