Letters to the Editor
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I would like to ask for your help in publicizing a wrong inflicted on our neighborhood — and specifically at 2727 Palisade Ave. — by the city’s transportation department. more
While I admire people who have the courage to express strong conviction, the pedantic approach used by Richard Warren in his recent letter to the editor does not leave room for much discussion, and leads me to feel he is a follower of conventional wisdom. more
I write this letter to urge the community of Riverdale to consider using less single-use plastics. more
This coming week — beginning Oct. 3 — has been designated Mental Health Awareness Week, a time set aside for further reflection on mental illness and the stigma that still persists against addressing it openly. more
On Sept. 22, many of us received an email from the city’s sanitation department telling us that our community in the Northwest Bronx will not receive curbside composting services because “there weren’t enough sign-ups” in our neighborhood. more
“There are some serious letter writers. There are critiques. There are ad hominem attackers. And there are cranks who all write letters to this esteemed newspaper." more
In my dissertation “Foreign Policy and Military Strategy,” I identify three major characteristics of comprehensive moral foreign policy, used to examine every foreign policy since JFK up to and including Joe Biden. more
A president lowers the capital gains tax from 28 percent to 20 percent. He puts a two-year limit on welfare. more
You’re probably aware by now of a terrible accident in front of my building at 2500 Johnson Ave., where one of my wonderful neighbors was struck by a bus and killed. more
The recent letter from a COVID-19 anti-vaxxer was not just wrong, it was dead wrong. more
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