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To the editor:  Lisa Herndon’s excellent article [“Step streets overrun by ‘weed trees,’” Feb. 9] makes clear the inter-agency confusion that leaves our step … more
When the state legislature and then Gov. Andrew Cuomo blocked a New York City bill that would have introduced a 5 cent fee on plastic bags, critics denounced their actions as bad for the … more
To the editor: After reading Alvin Gordon’s Point of View column in today’s [Feb. 2] Riverdale Press, “Obama Created Trump”, two questions come to mind: Is Mr. Gordon the … more
To the editor: Of all the bizarre accusations made against President Obama, none is stranger than Alvin Gordon’s claim that Obama somehow created Trump. When Obama was elected, the Senate … more
To the editor: There are ongoing and future efforts to deal with complaints by various riders and transit advocacy groups concerning problems with MTA NYCT & MTA bus services. [See The Press … more
If you were to find that the lock on your front door was unreliable and were worried that burglars might break in, you would probably want to replace the lock. The process would involve removing the … more
By Sura Jeselsohn They don’t call it skunk cabbage for no reason! I still remember being warned off the plant as a youngster. While it seemed to me to only have a heavy oniony smell, many … more
White whimsy wafting beyond        my window  Evergreens adorned so    majestically  Just enough to slow the pace And offer a cloud cover on … more
In 1945 “the war is over” was announced People cheered hoping for peace abound Reality proved nothing was over in the land Instead we were evicted from our homeland Where … more
An overheard snippet of conversation can lead to terminal curiosity! That happened to me one day, when I had tuned in late to NPR and heard an author discussing his book—about chickens, no … more
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