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The Easter season ended recently with Ascension Thursday, and it’s time to reflect on religion and how it influences one’s life. more
The right-wing Orthodox Jewish support for Trump has been visibly unwavering and unnerving. Yet, one wonders what the latest (as of May 16) news portends. more
I looked it up. In a down moment, I picked up my Kindle and looked up the diagnosis of “schizoid affective disorder, bi-polar type.” more
Van Cortlandt Park is the third largest park in New York City, and it sits squarely in the middle of my council district. The park’s playgrounds, fields and trails act as a backyard for the residents of the northwest Bronx. more
On May 4, you published your account of the transportation department’s presentation to Community Board 8’s Traffic and Transportation Committee. They billed their plan as a way to slow traffic on Broadway and make it safer. more
If God really exists, he/she (sorry, don’t know the pronoun) must have been a very nice person since he created this paradise called Earth for us puny little humans. more
Will there come another as Franklin Delano Roosevelt? This country has never before or after him be so united, so together. During World War II, he had the country working three shifts producing … more
It was with some head scratching that we read Sen. Jeff Klein’s absurdly titled “The real facts about the IDC” in the April 28 issue of The Riverdale Press. Klein asserts that if it were not for his IDC, there would be no progressive outcomes in the legislative and budget process. more
Awareness is the key. When we are complicit in a system of injustice and oppression, the least we can do is be aware of it. Otherwise we are fully, fully complicit. more
Last week, I voiced several concerns about the future of animal welfare under the Trump administration. more
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