Letters to the Editor
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I would like to challenge a claim made by the current owner of Key Food on Riverdale Avenue. more
This author, Wayne Price, wrote: “U.S. Jews have an unduly romantic view of Israel. Many use the horrors of the Holocaust to justify a mostly European population taking over the land of a ‘Third World’ people. Israel has been praised for its major support of the United States in its region.” more
Wayne Price’s letter is filled with misinformation. I see a regrettable pattern among some Jews, decrying anti-Semitic violence while offering a blanket condemnation of Israel. more
It was a great pleasure to hear “Stand By Me” performed on television at the recent Democratic National Convention. The authors — Jerry Lieber for the lyric and Mike Stoller for the music — were born in 1933, as was I. They collaborated from 1950 until 2011, when Lieber died. more
One of the glories of living in Spuyten Duyvil has long been the Half Moon Lookout, perched seven stories above the confluence of the Hudson River and Spuyten Duyvil Creek, with beautiful views of Inwood Park and the George Washington Bridge — so much so that it has long been listed in the Michelin Guide to New York. more
Thank you, David Epstein, for your note expressing opposition to my suggestion that we operate schools remotely until there are adequate protections in place for students, teachers, staff members and their families. Respectfully, I think that my position is, in fact, shared by numerous families in Riverdale, including the families of educators as well as students. more
In a recent letter to the editor of The Riverdale Press, the writer claims the Democratic Socialists of New York support BDS — boycott-divestments-sanctions — of the Jewish homeland because it is an “apartheid” state. more
For the first time in decades, support for peace in the Middle East is spreading. more
I would like to add context to a recent story reporting on Councilman Andrew Cohen’s rejection of the street co-namings of Bradley Terrace and Palisade Avenue in honor of Villa Rosa Bonheur and John J. McKelvey Sr. These tributes were advanced to him by Community Board 8, upon the application of seven community groups, and publicly supported. more
How low can Trump and Republicans go? more
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