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It’s been nearly a year since former Community Board 7 district manager and Riverdale staple Andrew Sandler died of cancer, and now state Sen. Gustavo Rivera would like to honor the civic servant’s life at the state level. more
Community Board 8's land use committee finally has a chance Monday night to go on the record about the controversial plans to expand the Hebrew Home at Riverdale — but it might not be as onerous as they originally anticipated. more
It’s said there’s no better marketing in the world than simple word-of-mouth. more
Tequila, fresh lime, agave, salt, rocks … As the dog days of summer approach, the thirsty may soon find themselves sipping their margaritas — and iced lattes, tea and soda — out of a different kind of straw. more
She wanted to see the facility where Grandparents Day was born, and with it came the grand tour. more
If there’s a compromise on the table that could end the controversy over the Hebrew Home at Riverdale’s expansion plans, it’s news to Daniel Reingold. more
After years representing him and his Independent Democratic Conference to the media, Candice Giove not only has parted ways with her old boss, state Sen. Jeffrey Klein — she’s burning the bridge. more
Don’t tell Gloria Hobbs to act her age, unless you believe all 93-year-olds are too busy to stay home all day. more
Alessandra Biaggi might have a tough primary road ahead of her in her efforts to challenge state Sen. Jeffrey Klein, but she is picking up endorsements. more
Denise Beebe cleans her apartment at Fort Independence Houses fastidiously. In fact, she tries to keep the place immaculate. Because if she doesn’t, the rats and roaches take over. more
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