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After two years, Rick Feldman’s mission to bring one exhibit to Riverdale is complete. And it’s just in time to honor Holocaust victims for International Holocaust Remembrance Day. more
Noelle Knight is not afraid to profess her love for “unhealthy” food. more
Aaron Mayorga, a name some readers might recognize as an occasional photographer for the paper, joins The Riverdale Press as a spring intern. more
A lot of money — hundreds of millions of dollars — has been earmarked for fixing problems at Marble Hill, Fort Independence and other city public housing developments. But those problems aren’t getting resolved, and no one’s quite sure what those millions are actually being used for. more
Managers of at least one local Verizon store are probably considering better ways to secure their display phones after what happened recently along a sleepy strip of North Riverdale. more
On the quiet block where Pedro Almonte-Sanchez was gunned down last September, birds chirped after the rain. Across from the light brown and beige building he lived in at 85 Strong St., a silver BMW sat parked. Barren trees of a mild winter lined the street, flooded with natural light, even on an overcast day. more
When Dorit Niven first started teaching at Kinneret Day School in 1967, the president was Johnson, not Trump, and the school itself was found not on Netherland Avenue, but on the Grand Concourse. more
Donald Trump’s presidency has stirred political passion and activism across both sides of the political aisle. Yet instead of standing on the sidelines, some are channeling their energy to action, working to help at home or just outright diving into the political process. more
Fresh off a three-day federal government shutdown, U.S. Rep. Adriano Espaillat is coming back to New York where he’s featured at a free meet-and-greet breakfast hosted by the Van Cortlandt Jewish Center. more
It’s been five months, and there’s still no new district manager in sight. And it doesn’t look like one is coming any time soon, especially as Community Board 8 is set to cast a wider net. more
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