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Today, with email, text, and a variety of social media messaging services, that dependence on licking a stamp and sticking it to an envelope just doesn’t exist anymore. And that should spell doom for the U.S. Postal Service as we know it. Except it isn’t. more
In my relatively nascent career as a photojournalist, I never thought working in the Bronx would make me nostalgic for a country ranked 155th out of 180 for press freedom. more
In his recent letter, Dennis Donofrio asserts that his being of white, Italian descent makes him culturally superior to peoples of color. How ironic! more
Frequently, on my way to work, I pass the Kingsbridge Armory, and I see — absolutely nothing. more
I read with great interest the Aug. 31 story on the Henry Hudson memorial, and the comments made in regards to the question of propriety. more
I wonder how Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz and Councilman Ydaris Rodriguez stand on Mayor Bill de Blasio’s recent complaint about how slowly the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is spending his $2.5 billion contribution to the MTA’s $32 billion capital plan. more
“And they shall bend their swords into plowshares and study war no more.” These words are an appeal for nonviolence. Thus, we might read these words in the Bible and on the wall outside the United Nations. more
Hate crimes in any form are a detriment to our society. And when such atrocities occur, communities are left on edge. more
A few years before her death at 38, Emma Lazarus donated a short sonnet to raise money for the construction of the pedestal that would eventually prop the Statue of Liberty into the sky. more
I am a very concerned resident of Riverdale in the Bronx, urging you to support local law Int. 0800-2015, banning the use of toxic pesticides and herbicides, including Roundup. more
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