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Pearl Tytell joined an aging study nearly two decades ago conducted by the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in Morris Park in researchers’ efforts to better understand diseases like Alzheimer’s and dementia. Pearl joined the study after watching her husband’s rapid mental decline from Alzheimer’s disease. more
For many, the last two years have been anything but easy. For Ada Rosario and her husband Julio, however, things have taken a turn for the worst. Last week, the commercial strip where their restaurant — Con Sabor Latino — is located, was practically destroyed by flames. Now the couple is left with several questions and no answers. more
When New York City says it's committed to building a new homeless shelter in North Riverdale — it's not kidding. Contract for 6661 Broadway would last until 2055. more
Two men are in custody after a raid by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency last week netted $4 million worth of heroin, along with weapons and ammunition. more
The leaves are changing color, and with that we change seasons. That typically signifies new beginnings, but even with coronavirus infection rates falling across the city, there are still fears another surge could be on the horizon. more
Matt Caprioli hopes his words make it easier for people to talk about parts of their family life they’d otherwise rather keep to themselves. And what better way to do it then share his own deeply personal experiences, like he did in his new memoir, “One Headlight.” more
The coronavirus pandemic hasn’t given people too many reasons to smile, but Richard Feldman will almost assuredly have on his face on Nov. 11.  more
Letitia James has jumped into the 2022 gubernatorial race not just with a lot of attention over the fact she’s willing to challenge Gov. Kathy Hochul for her office, but with a number of endorsements as well. more
Growing up in the South Bronx, Victor Davila says he’s been exposed to pollution his entire life. And he’s hardly the only Bronx native to suffer the daily effects of what has been termed “environmental racism.” more
Robbing a gas station is thirsty work, so don’t blame a thief for also grabbing a soda while stealing from the cash register. more
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