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We broke the first rule of retail leasing: Don’t fall in love with the space. Although we knew it would require renovation, we were charmed by the ample natural sunlight, the high ceilings, and the possibility of an upstairs at 3702 Riverdale Ave. more
Celia Weintrob laid out her expectations for me in a single sentence that appeared in the March 23, 2017 edition of this paper: “I expect future issues of The Press — starting with this one — to be compelling reads.” more
Before a sabbatical in the northwest Bronx settled into a domicile that has lasted 23 years and counting, I resided in what is now considered “Trump Country.” more
I begin with full disclosure. I was born and raised a moderate Democrat by two Holocaust survivors. I was raised in the South Bronx during a horrible period of deterioration. I eventually migrated to Rego Park, married, and resided in Forest Hills. I currently live in Great Neck and Manhattan. more
Now that the election is behind us, the contentiousness and tension of the campaign and election seasons should, too, be left behind. It is of the utmost importance to share our perspectives on the conduct of the election, and how to move forward. more
There is a casket here this morning, and mourners, flowers and organ music. And we have heard prayers of many faiths from his friends. So in a formal sense, this is a funeral service. To me, however, it is a celebration of a consummate pro. David was a professional editor and a successful publisher at a time when they are an endangered species. As a journalist and friend, I am privileged to celebrate David A. Stein, newspaperman. more
On May 22, 2019, Mayor Bill de Blasio signed Executive Order 47, one of the most consequential measures supporting the city’s community media industry, directing all city agencies to spend at least 50 percent of their annual print and digital advertising budgets on community media publications. more
We witnessed a surge in voter turnout in the recent national election. It’s now time to focus the same energy on upcoming local elections. more
Babies are at far greater risk of brain damage than previously thought. more
As major tech companies rush to claim solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, they’re being rightfully called out for the ways their product and workplace conditions actively undermine the rights and safety of Black people. more
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