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Following Britain’s vote to quit the European Union, Riverdalians with ties to the U.K. were pondering what Brexit meant for them – and their travel plans – and opinions were split. … more
Rabbi Jonathan Rosenblatt, who stepped down earlier this year as the leader of the Riverdale Jewish Center amid scrutiny of his naked sauna chats with young boys, has found new work, providing mental … more
“I need reds,” certified sommelier Laura Winter Falk said as she began uncorking bottles for a wine tasting at Atria Riverdale on June 24. “Where do you want extras? Do you want to get the … more
At a recent dress rehearsal for the Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance’s (BAAD!) “The Blockage WILL be Killerized,” choreographer Filip A. Condeescu turned his attention toward the … more
Lehman College has a new president. CUNY’s board of trustees recently appointed José Cruz to the role, which he officially takes over on Monday, Aug. 15. He comes from California State … more
With a mother who was a suffragette and years of work helping Soviet Jews, social justice is in Ezra Levin’s DNA. more
The New York Press Association (NYPA) has named The Riverdale Press the best large-circulation community newspaper in the state for the second year in a row. The Press won the Past … more
On Monday, the staff and members of the RAIN Bailey Senior Center were in celebration mode. The weather was wet and gray outside, but the center’s main room was full of energy. Some people were … more
Scaffolding for repair work outside the Ft. Independence Houses has made the area so dark, one visually impaired resident said she waits outside at night until someone can help her enter the … more
Jamira Rogers is a no-nonsense senior at Advanced Math & Science, one of the New Visions Charter High Schools on the JFK campus. Marc Reyes is a soft-spoken junior at the David A. Stein … more
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