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The last couple of days have been tough. The communities of El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, have known terrible trauma. Children are trying to make sense of violence that defies comprehension. more
The key to making progress on the issues that matter most to New Yorkers is unrigging our political system. more
I believe the real reason we’re getting all these exaggerated, dramatized news headlines and impeachment threats against the president is that the Trump “collusion delusion” is slowly falling apart. more
Thank you for your informed write-up on the Nature Group’s walk in Van Cortlandt Park. more
Very elderly baseball fans like me sometimes romanticize the game as they knew it in their youth. We bury in a recess of our brains the egregious misbehavior of management, its stinginess, its bigotry. We remember the oddities, like the day I went to Brooklyn Dodgers venue Ebbetts Field hoping to see a doubleheader, when the second game was interrupted and canceled by a swarm of potato bugs from farms on Long Island. more
While it was great reading about my alma mater in the Back to School section, the report that the school was all boys until 1939 was misleading. more
U.S. Rep. Eliot Engel’s position and actions on the war in Yemen was the subject of two letters published by The Riverdale Press. more
Ms. Helen Krim’s defense of legal abortion contains several false premises. more
As mentioned in the story, paving the Putnam Trail will bring the trail into compliance with the federal Americans with Disabilities Act. However, asphalt is not a requirement. more
On behalf of the Nature Group of Van Cortlandt Park, we wish to thank The Riverdale Press for your coverage of our walk on Saturday, Aug. 10, our last on the earthen Putnam Trail before construction begins to pave it with asphalt. more
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