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I’d like to clarify what transpired at the Aug. 14 vigil in solidarity with Charlottesville, organized by Bronx Climate Justice North, at West 231st Street and Kingsbridge Avenue by the Church of the Mediator. more
Charles Moerdler did set the record straight in his letter. more
When it comes to public transportation, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s fiscal budget left transit riders empty handed with bad news. 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
What is an eclipse? It is a blocking, an obscuration. In life, it’s someone or something block your light. more
Was it a dream? Or was it just a waste of time? more
How do you measure a teacher? The students know because the students are the direct recipients of a teacher’s work. more
As a retiree, I am in full agreement with the concerns raised by Gov. Cuomo, Mayor Bill de Blasio, Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz and state Sen. Jeff Klein that a “no” vote is urgently needed in November to protect the current provisions set in the state constitution that we now enjoy. more
According to a joint report recently released by the city’s aging department and the Mayor Office to Combat Domestic Violence, in 2016, there were 33 felony assaults reported in the Bronx between intimate partners in which the victim was 60 and older. more
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