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On very rare occasions as Dr. Rubin, my long-time psychiatrist, was closing the office door at the beginning of a session, he would let something slip out that might not have normally come out in the course of our conversation. more
It’s heartening to see strong resistance to Trump & Co. in the northwest Bronx, with vigorous action by established groups like Northwest Bronx Community & Clergy Coalition, Bronx Climate Justice North, Concerned Citizens for Change, and more. more
A 14-year-old child can have sex with a 40-year-old, legally, in New York. more
It will be three decades this summer since I put on the green-and-white uniform of the New York City Emergency Medical Service and began the work of running the streets of the Bronx in a city ambulance, picking up, aiding and sometimes saving the sick, hurt stabbed and shot. more
In 1948, Sam and Edie — the couple who operated the local candy store — told my friends and I that they were moving away, and that the candy store would have new owners. more
Donald Trump is the most obnoxious, immoral, perverse, reprehensible, unrepentant and inveterate liar to ever occupy the Oval Office. more
Consumer culture has taken over virtually every part of American life, particularly politics, to the detriment of us all. more
Senior citizens are the anchors of our communities, and we owe it to them to deliver services that allow them to live full, empowered lives. more
As our president kept saying: “It can be done” He just didn’t add ‘while having fun’ So I will scale it down into a smaller scale And you won’t have to … more
It was deeply disappointing to read the opinion piece “Don’t mess with our zoning” by a familiar group of Riverdale homeowners who incorrectly assume that what is good for a few … more
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