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In the ongoing debate over the city transportation department’s Broadway traffic plan, a few important facts have been overlooked. One of them concerns community outreach: DOT solicited … more
Less than a mile from the now-hallowed location on East 183rd Street where Det. Miosotis Familia lost her life in the five-story Bronx walkup where I was raised. Both are in troubled neighborhoods near the Grand Concourse, the faded but still regal boulevard lined with art deco architecture that once symbolized middle class elegance. more
Donald Trump has been president for almost five months, and I still don’t know what to do with myself. more
I have read numerous comments in your paper supporting the DOT plans for changes to Broadway. However, I was pleased with the community board’s decision. more
Above my bed hangs a large framed illustration of two mustangs frolicking, the wind blowing through their manes and tails. Wild and free. more
First, I want to thank you for representing our district for the past 12 years. I also appreciate your support for local community organizations and causes. Although we disagree on many things, I recognize that being a representative for so many people is difficult, and I want you to know that I genuinely appreciate your hard work. more
I would like to try and do justice to an element of Dr. Harry Reiss’ philosophy. That is the real name of my longtime psychiatrist. more
The U.S. post office recently reported a quarterly loss of $562 million. This will now result in the price of a first class stamp going up by a penny from 49 cents to 50 cents. more
The efforts of the current Congress to change health insurance hardly encourage hope for controlling drug costs. more
Millennials have seen dramatic gains in health insurance coverage since passage of the Affordable Care Act, more so than any other age demographic. more
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