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Family always comes first. It’s a mantra we live by. We drop what we’re doing to be by a loved one’s side in a time of need, and make sacrifices for them in an instant. more
The U.S. Supreme Court has made it quite clear in many decisions over the years that hate speech is protected by the freedom of speech clause of the First Amendment to the Constitution. more
I am writing to draw attention and awareness to the incredible prevalence of poison ivy in the Bronx. Never have I seen so much urban poison ivy as I see in the Bronx! more
Whether 5731 Broadway becomes a homeless facility or not, the issue of homelessness is unlikely to go away soon, and could use much more focus. more
How do you measure a teacher? The students know because the students are the direct recipients of a teacher’s work. more
When I heard Fernando Cabrera muse about how hard it is being rich, I rolled my eyes, and nearly threw my computer out the window. more
Mayor de Blasio has set laudable and ambitious goals for creating jobs and supporting minority- and women-owned businesses across New York City. more
I say this with some sarcasm — I agree with Donald Trump. We mustn’t deny history. more
Our legislators are currently considering Int. 1585-A, a bill that would require the owners or boards of rental, co-op and condo multiple dwellings to establish a smoking policy for their building. more
In his inaccurately headlined Point of View piece, John Benfatti addresses two Special Natural Area District-related items noticed to be heard at a July 27 Community Board 8 land use committee special meeting. more
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