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If there’s anything Sergio Villaverde wants people to know about him, it’s one very important thing: He’s utterly devoted to helping people. more
It’s not every author who can create books as diverse as the first tell-all from a professional hitman, a ghost-written biography on famed lawyer Johnnie Cochran, and a book about how to talk to a pet cat.  more
RiverSpring Living, the parent organization of the Hebrew Home at Riverdale, has welcomed former congressman Eliot Engel to its trustees board. more
People have had a rough go of it over the past year or so in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. But kids might have had the roughest time of all. more
It was only a year ago greater New York City was the American epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic. Now, as we near the midpoint of 2021, restrictions are winding down and life seems to be slowly returning to normal. more
The candidates looking to see who will fill the city council seat currently occupied by Eric Dinowitz like to raise money from people in the Bronx to fund their campaigns. It's just keeping that money in the Bronx they all, for the most part, struggle with. more
He’s five months into his first term as a congressman, just starting to tackle his agenda. Yet, Jamaal Bowman already is gearing up to face that biennial reckoning where he — and every other member of the U.S. House — go in front of the voters and hope they’ll approve another term in Washington. more
As a young boy, Charles Moerdler remembers the bombs Nazis dropped night after night on London during their World War II blitzkrieg. Now, well into his 80s, he never thought he’d have to experience such terror again. more
When state Sen. Gustavo Rivera casts his ballot in November addressing citywide races, he already knows exactly who he’ll choose to succeed Ruben Diaz Jr., as Bronx borough president: Assemblywoman Nathalia Fernandez. more
The College of Mount Saint Vincent is ready to take a big step back to the "old normal" by celebrating its recent graduates — in person. And not just for its Class of 2021, but the coronavirus pandemic-stricken Class of 2020, too. more
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