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Instead of the sounds of winter’s winds or muffled street traffic, residents at the Amalgamated Housing Cooperative will soon be lulled to sleep by the pitter-patter of construction taking place at nearby P.S./M.S. 95 Sheila Mencher. more
It’s 10 a.m., a time still considered breakfast, yet at Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy, lunch is being served. more
Irving Ladimer joined his first Community Board 8 meeting in 1988, when he could visit the movie theater to see Tom Cruise in “Rain Man,” and spend just $3.50. more
They are luxurious cooperative apartments with a breathtaking view of the Hudson River. Yet, from time to time, that view comes with a foul odor, thanks to what some residents at Skyview-on-the-Hudson says is a wastewater treatment plant just across the city line in Yonkers. more
It’s a high-profile volunteer job high school students as young as 16 could have — but virtually none of them are applying. more
From a book of essays on race relations in America to one about a neurosurgeon’s perspective on cancer as a patient, the New York Public Library has a wide range of books that were popular with patrons in the past year. more
More cameras are coming to Marble Hill, and the leader of the 50th Precinct says they couldn’t have come at a better time. more
Late on a Sunday afternoon, a rabbi, some politicians and Jewish congregants gathered around the Riverdale Monument to light their own monument. more
With a set of pipes that could easily be mistaken for someone three times her age, Ani Margaryan belts out the first lines of Aretha Franklin’s “Respect.”    The … more
What do you do when you want your children to be a part of a youth chorus but Riverdale doesn’t have one? For resident Elizabeth Wolstein, the answer was simple. more
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