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It’s become so familiar to some residents by now, it almost feels like a twisted Kantian cliché of sorts — the hassle of getting around the city on its sputtering public transit system — crawling subways, bunched buses, no end in sight. more
With a new commanding officer helming the 50th Precinct, police officers could be tweaking a few things when it comes to cracking down on crime in Kingsbridge, Marble Hill and Riverdale. more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo claims the time has come to make it easier to vote. more
Much like its namesake, the Bayit truly is a home to many. And that includes one of Riverdale’s Sephardic religious families, Congregation Beth Aharon, who has called The Hebrew Institute home since 1998. more
Bernard Glassman wore many hats throughout his life. He was most notably a Zen teacher, bakery owner, sensei and husband. more
Community Board 8 can take a deep breath of relief — at least for now — because it won’t lose some of its coveted meeting spots. more
The city’s known for its nonstop nightlife scene. But the nocturnal revelry rumbling at Barcelona Bites on West 242nd Street appears to be more than some neighbors are willing to put up with. more
When Lori Perkins first started editing books, she scoffed at the idea of romance novels. more
Call it love at first bark. As Beth Marchand approached a mobile pet adoption van parked outside a Petco on Sunday, Muenster the 1-year-old shih tzu mix affectionately leapt onto her. more
Last week, U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon came to Lehman College with an upbeat message, exhorting young audience members to believe in the power of their voices. more
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