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To the editor: With the recent 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, we wanted to share with you and your readers a memory that is dear to us. As our family watched the towers fall from our bedroom window, no words could describe the feelings of fear, confusion and heartache we had. And as musicians, music was the only way we could express the emotions we were having. In the days following the attacks, we felt compelled to create something to help our family and community heal from the devastation. Together, we composed the song “An American Prayer” as a means of catharsis — and it truly conveyed the words we felt our community needed to hear. Every year since then, we listen to the song together and reflect on the day that we will never forget. We call it a time capsule of our emotions. Listen: tinyurl.com/AmericanPrayerSong. Mindy & Bernie Katzman more
This time six years ago, bus drivers were celebrating. They had bested Bill de Blasio on what was supposed to be the mayor’s hallmark legislation, Vision Zero. 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
Question: When is the truth a lie? Answer: When the statement turns out to be only a half-truth, which is a partial or incomplete truth intended to deceive or mislead its intended targets. 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
Some of the doctors with Children’s Health Defense said the public is being lied to about mask wearing, and told us why. more
Rather than move the grotto at Seton Park, the informal dirt walking path behind the tennis courts can be cleaned up, made attractive — like maybe with some interesting plantings — and maintained. more
It’s 2:30 a.m., and I hear a buzzing sound that is familiar coming from a vehicle. more
In a recent Point of View, the question was asked that if there was acknowledgement of mental illness in the early 1900s, why is there still such a stigma today? more
More than seven decades ago, the circus came to town. more
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