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Banking is as old as civilization itself. It’s said that ancient couriers taking goods from one settlement to the next would receive loans in the form of grain. more
My husband and I co-authored a public health brief that will be published by Springer International Publishing in November called “COVID-19 in New York City: An Ecology of Race and Class Oppression.” more
In the past few weeks, we’ve learned that Andrew Giuliani is thinking about running for mayor, and that then-candidate Donald Trump in 2016 nearly named his daughter Ivanka as his running mate. more
The recent Riverdale Press editorial appears to justify Councilman Andrew Cohen’s costly breach of faith with his community by noting he needs to “maintain some sort of stable income.” more
The news blackout concerning new revelations about the “Russian collusion hoax” should not come as a surprise to anybody that read my letter last year in this newspaper concerning the topic. more
I recently moved to Riverdale, and just received my first issue of The Riverdale Press. I would like to refer to your story on the developer who intends to build additional housing on Broadway. more
Is it ironic that the New York City Transit Authority has instructed local bus drivers to open all windows and roof hatches in an attempt to block the spread of COVID-19? more
As I tuned in to watch the first presidential debate, I found myself wearier than I was when the Democratic nomination race began. more
Thank you for publishing Adam Stoler’s recent letter seeking some short answers from those who are running for city council. more
Andrew Cohen was mad in 2017, claiming the city’s homeless services department was “dumping another shelter on the Broadway corridor.” more
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