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For years, Andrew Cohen has batted a thousand when it comes to tackling key environmental issues — at least in the eyes of the New York League of Conservation Voters. more
There was a time when Sophie Shao’s cello was bigger than her. Today, Shao can do more than contend with her instrument and already has serenaded the community, just recently at the historic Gund House on West 247th Street. more
It’s the proverbial turning of a page, sowing seeds for potentially paradigm-shifting change while holding leadership  accountable. more
Operators of a proposed drug abuse clinic have their sights set on conquering a corner of Kingsbridge, leaving Community Board 8 with a slew of unanswered questions — and some neighbors with a barrel of concerns. more
Lehman College is built on the foundation of hard work, determination — and spice. more
It’s a practice that seems to be all too common, but it happened again over the weekend. more
It’s not a perfect system — far from it, in fact. Indeed, some Marble Hill, Kingsbridge and Riverdale residents know all too well of the city’s 311 system’s shortcomings when it comes to actually addressing their complaints. But now some local lawmakers are looking to fix it. more
Some New Yorkers might argue choosing a slice of pizza is kind of like choosing a lover — highly subjective, deliciously simple for some, profoundly complex for others. more
Even if farmland that once covered the borough seems a distant memory — some bucolic lore of yesteryear long since obliterated by urban sprawl — that doesn’t mean Kingsbridge and Riverdale residents can’t dig in to heaping mounds of farm-fresh vegetables for supper tonight. more
Jacqueline Hosford had a vision. A plan. more
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