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Many people in the Bronx like green space in their neighborhoods. But they have no say in the matter. more
As I descended from my apartment on a hot summer morning just a few months ago, I was already dreading my first step into the crippling heat. As I stepped outside, I immediately noticed something different. On this day, aside from the usual muggy heat, the smoke from the fires raging on the west coast had become trapped amidst the city heat, casting a summer smog unlike any I’d seen before. more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo came into office promising the most transparent administration in history. Without question, Cuomo failed miserably in achieving his transparency goal. Cuomo ruled by fear and intimidation behind closed doors. more
I am a mother. I have two daughters. I had three pregnancies. I was in an abusive relationship with a partner who despised me. He cheated on me repeatedly with friends, and was verbally and physically abusive. Our relationship was in its final, terrible stages when I became aware I was pregnant. more
I was taken aback by both the headline The Riverdale Press used on Adam Stoler’s recent Point of View, as well as the errors and malfeasance in Mr. Stoler’s words against Councilman Eric Dinowitz. more
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
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