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“Fires have always been contagious, but before 1968, an ‘immunization program’ kept epidemics at bay,” I wrote in a 1998 book with my husband, Rodrick Wallace. It was called “A Plague on Your Houses: How New York City was Burned Down and National Public Health Crumbled.” more
During my tenure as editor of this newspaper — and as a private citizen since — I have often disagreed with Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz. more
U.S. Rep. Jamaal Bowman and state Sen. Alessandra Biaggi are just that: representatives. Their job is not to “school” their constituents on moral obligation, social contract, or the talking points of the progressive wing of the Democratic Party. Or to invent some vague concept of our community’s values. more
I pulled into the parking lot behind the bagel shop on West 235th Street on the morning of Saturday, Oct. 23. more
I am willing to bet that almost none of the (supposedly) well-informed readers of The Riverdale Press — including those “intellectuals” who religiously read The New York Times — know who the following people are: Justin Wallace, Jaryan Elliot, Tory Levik and Cahill Pennington. more
A long time ago, I was attending services at a small church on West Tremont Avenue. When preaching to the parents with school-aged children, the pastor would say, “I don’t want to hear what the government is not doing for you. I don’t want to hear what the teacher is not doing for you. I want to hear what you’ll do for you.” more
The U.S. House of Representatives seat upstate held by avid Trumper Elise Stefanik is probably in danger of being eliminated by redistricting legislation next year. more
Despite the harm imposed on the climate — and, more closely, on human lungs by the toxic emissions from these — leaf blowers continue to be used in some Riverdale neighborhoods. more
On Sunday, Nov. 14, Art for Aid — Riverdale’s recycle pop-up shop at The Riverdale Y Sunday Market — sponsored an environmental awareness family activity fair. more
Brava to Pearl Tytell for participating in a critically important Alzheimer’s disease study. more
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