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Out from the portal to the dimension of an alternate reality emerges a spooky slew of troll couriers bringing us incredible messages from the magical realm of Mar-a-Lagoville. more
On June 16, 2015, when Donald Trump rode down that escalator to announce his unlikely candidacy, it’s possible that even those most alarmed by the prospect of a Trump presidency — however remote — could have seen this coming. more
Mrs. Goldberg, my second-grade teacher at P.S. 24, gave me my first writing award, a gold star for “excellence in book reports.” more
As America mourns the death of Congressman John Lewis, the Jewish community mourns alongside its fellow Americans. more
In a report released by the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crimes, in 2018, around 269 million people used drugs worldwide. When compared to 2009, this was a 30 percent increase. And more than 35 million people suffer from drug use disorders. more
This past Fourth of July felt different. We all know it, and it would be naïve to think otherwise. more
About two days ago, I was walking up the steps of the Capitol when Rep. Yoho suddenly turned a corner — and he was accompanied by Rep. Roger Williams — and accosted me on the steps right here in front of our nation’s capital. I was minding my own business, walking up the steps, and Rep. Yoho put his finger in my face. He called me disgusting. He called me crazy. He called me out of my mind. And he called me dangerous. more
To the alumni council of Horace Mann School’s alumni association, these are the two questions we need to ask ourselves. Would we still offer the Distinguished Alumni Award to U.S. Attorney General William Barr if the decision were made today, given all we know of his current misconduct? Is there any act, so heinous or antithetical to our school’s values, that would cause us to rescind a previously granted award? more
When David and Celia Stein pieced together the first-ever edition of The Riverdale Press in 1950, another newspaper just outside of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, was gearing up to celebrate a much different milestone: 100 years of publication. more
Despite all of the other obvious pressures at the time, there is a need for our elected representatives to address a recurrent problem with which the co-op/condo community is too often burdened. more
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