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On a chilly night last week, a small but quietly spirited group of parents, students and other community members gathered at the Ethical Culture Fieldston School for an anti-hate forum hosted by state Sen. Jeffrey Klein. more
Dmitriy Berezovskiy had a vision. He wanted to create a high-end restaurant for the Riverdale community “where Jews and non-Jews, religious and non-religious — everyone — could all sit at the same table and eat kosher food together.” more
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Skyview-on-the-Hudson is not putting out the welcome mat for the Hebrew Home of Riverdale. more
It was just a regular morning day for Erika Williams. She dropped off her fourth-grader Zayden at school, watching him walk up the flights of stairs to the front entrance of St. John’s School. more
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It was supposed to be a quiet and peaceful Sunday in Riverdale, but the day didn’t turn out as planned. more
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Bang. Bang, Bang. Bang. It’s like a powerful drumbeat reverberating through the neighborhood as construction crews break up a series of rocks that once made up stone ledges at 3482 Fort Independence St. And neighbors are angry. more
If it felt more like a political rally than an informational forum at times, it’s probably because the more than 225 people gathered at Lehman College’s music building last weekend have become focused on a single goal: Get rid of the Independent Democratic Conference. more
With the help of surveillance cameras and other investigative tools as their disposal, police have made an arrest in connection to a case of what they’re describing as hate vandalism in … more
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With great fanfare and a parade — running from Battery Park, past the fountain at City Hall Park, to Union Square and back downtown again — New York City residents celebrated a sight they had never seen before: fountains spraying water into the air. more
Soon, there’ll be a new and improved way to enter Van Cortlandt Park. While news like that might typically be good, some residents — especially those who neighbor the area near West 261st Street and Broadway — would be perfectly fine leaving it just the way it is. more
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