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Two years ago, Joe Dzikas had a thought: World War II and Vietnam War veterans were passing away, and Dzikas believed they were not getting the recognition they deserved. So Dzikas, the … more
Lehman College has opened its new Virtual Reality and Training and Development Lab, offering students the chance to study the burgeoning technology inexpensively. It is the only such programming … more
In 1963, a high school student named William Jefferson Clinton was photographed shaking hands with President John F. Kennedy. The White House visit was part of the Boys Nation senator program, and … more
Set along the east banks of the Hudson River, painter Sylvia Sleigh’s “Invitation to a Voyage: The Hudson River at Fishkill” gives a panoramic view of friends and famous names in the art and … more
“Won’t you come into my kitchen?” Sylvia Burnett Elbaz sang those words to her bluegrass-style theme song as part of her “Health’s … more
Last Thursday evening, six Bronxites gathered in a dimly lit cigar bar on Arthur Avenue to make sure their political pursuits don’t go up in smoke. more
In April, like many New Yorkers, Lorraine Simmons was enjoying the blooming cherry trees and lilac bushes. more
For the past 20 years, Riverdale Senior Services has offered senior citizens rides to and from its 2600 Netherland Ave. location, doctor’s appointments, the bank, the supermarket and cultural … more
Last month, U.S. Rep. Adriano Espaillat received a threat from the gang Mara Salvatrucha, or MS-13 as its commonly known. He was the third threat on a New York elected official that week, … more
Anyone who entered Salanter Akiba Riverdale Academy on May 22 might have been greeted by an oversized harp and band playing Middle Eastern music. It set the mood for the evening as visitors … more
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