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If we looked deep into our DNA as a human species, we’d likely find some gene that makes us not only dislike change, but absolutely hate it. more
While many of the streets in North Riverdale have been resurfaced by the city’s transportation department over the past several years, the southbound section of Fieldston Road between West 250th and West 253rd streets has been sorely and horrendously neglected. more
The Point of View in your July 12 issue is long on conservative myths and short on facts. more
I have a lot of questions. Maybe some of your readers can begin to answer them. more
In January, when the story broke about the accusation by a former staffer that Sen. Jeffrey Klein had sexually assaulted her, he claimed that the matter was under investigation by the Joint Commission on Public Ethics. more
The police characters in both film and television have an expression that aptly describes these “phony” summits of the grandstanding photo op resident in 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. more
Nobody gave me a gift or a card when I graduated from high school, and it never occurred to me to expect them. more
We don’t exactly live in a “1984” world, but it’s hard to imagine George Orwell getting too comfortable in today’s society. more
There are too many falsehoods, half-truths and sweeping generalizations in Lou Deholczer’s recent Point of View to point out. more
With regard to the entrance exam for specialized high schools, much has been said about not relying on one test to determine a student’s abilities, that some aren’t good test-takers. While this may be true, those students who do well on the entrance exam do so based on their knowledge of the subject matter, not on their test-taking ability. more
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