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It is not easy for large groups of people to come to a consensus on just about anything.  And yet, on Saturday dozens of people packed themselves in to a tiny coffee shop in Manhattan to discuss … more
Sameer Caul grew up in India, and now that he is raising his own family in Brooklyn, he wanted his son to experience the same closeness to nature he had once felt as a child walking around the … more
Oliver Koppell first moved to Riverdale when he was 2-years-old and stayed here for the next seven decades, four of them as the holder of various public offices. The only times he was away were the … more
“Diversity + Solidarity = Strength” were the words Jone Lewis, the leader of the Riverdale-Yonkers Society for Ethical Culture, wrote on a sign she made for the Women’s March on Washington. … more
The MTA might consider expanding Bx10 bus service, but no changes to the Bx20 line are likely, officials said, after local residents urged improvements to the lines commuters say are marred by long waits, overcrowding and a lack of seats. more
Nat Solomon, 72, was walking down Stevenson Place, a small potholed road near Sedgwick Avenue, a couple of months ago when, he said, he was nearly hit by a Hummer. It has been two years since the … more
Call it love at first bark. As Beth Marchand approached a mobile pet adoption van parked outside a Petco on Sunday, Muenster the 1-year-old shih tzu mix affectionately leapt onto her. more
Last week, U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon came to Lehman College with an upbeat message, exhorting young audience members to believe in the power of their voices. more
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The food of love [Photo gallery]
  A couple enjoys an afternoon full of chocolate and wine during a Valentine’s Day event at Wave Hill on Sunday. more
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