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We all assume that given the makeup of our constituency — i.e., largely Democratic — that we must therefore accept a failed teacher and general incompetent as our local city council representative. more
So here I am looking out across the Bronx and the Hudson under this nearly clear September sky, a day short of the 20th anniversary of the World Trade Center attacks. more
There was nothing more exciting to me growing up than a trip to the airport. And it was certainly an adventure, considering the closest airports from my small town in Pennsylvania’s rural Appalachia was more than two hours in either direction. more
I want to let your readers know they should not expect to determine the truth of what is happening at DeWitt Clinton High School Educational Campus by reading the headlines of your newspaper. All is not as hopeless as your headlines suggest. more
More than seven decades ago, the circus came to town. more
Every time you go to a doctor, you have an unwanted 800-pound ghost in the office, injecting itself into every conversation about your treatment. more
In March 2020, I started volunteering at a community garden in my neighborhood — a serendipitous COVID-safe retreat. more
There’s something about turning 15 that seems to transform many teenagers into know-it-alls that really don’t know anywhere near as much as they should. And I can’t lie, I was absolutely one of those teens. more
Why would someone spend millions of dollars of his own money only to spend 10 minutes and 10 seconds in space? That was the question that comes to mind when Blue Origin blasted off — and landed safely — sending Jeff Bezos and its three other crew members up toward space, and making history for private space flight. more
We have officially embarked on our newest adventure: The Mental Health Crisis of 2021. more
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