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To the editor, The Memorial Grove has been restored, and now there is a place to honor and recognize the service of our Bronx veterans from all combat engagements. We can also honor their … more
To the editor, The city’s current housing proposal, Mandatory Inclusionary Housing, was presented to local community boards which had only an advisory say. The City Council and borough … more
To the editor, Some years back, I was talking with a ranger in the Parade Ground in Van Cortlandt Park. Looking northwest, he pointed up to a mansion on top of a hill that he hadn’t noticed … more
A new report from Families for Excellent Schools called “Dream Denied” exposed a deeply troubling statistic: last year, 48 percent of English Language Learners (ELLs) in New York … more
As a former English Language Learner (ELL), I know that a good education makes all the difference in the world. Like many students in the Bronx, I grew up in a bilingual, bicultural family. When I … more
To the editor, At the last debate, when asked how she could be free of excessive Wall Street influence after she and her husband had received so much from financial fat cats in … more
To the editor, While President Barack Obama is pardoning two turkeys for Thanksgiving, every one of us can exercise that same presidential power by choosing a non-violent Thanksgiving observance … more
To the editor, A few weeks ago, I tripped and fell on uneven sidewalk on West 235th Street and broke my wrist. As my wrist swelled up, I walked into New Sea Win Seafood on West 231st Street … more
M any of us learned of last Friday’s horrifying attacks in Paris as the workweek ended and the weekend began. Others awoke on Saturday to the shock of headlines about dozens of casualties … more
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