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Thank you for printing a letter from an anti-vaxxer opposed to Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz’s bill to eliminate the bogus religious exemption from vaccinating children. more
In the March 21 edition of The Riverdale Press, there was a large photo of a gathering where community members mourn victims of the New Zealand massacre, with a crowd listening to an imam speak. more
Andrew Cohen has been looking toward the future for a long time. Whether it’s a future that turns him into Judge Andrew Cohen or Bronx borough president Andrew Cohen, it’s been clear for quite a while now that he’s more than ready to move on from Councilman Andrew Cohen. more
Robert F. Smith did something earlier this month that surprised everyone — even the 162 people in America wealthier than he is. more
This week, Lehman College will graduate the largest class in its 50-plus-year history. More than 3,600 students will be filled with pride over their achievement as they truly beat the odds. more
The Bronx is noted for many things. The Yankees and the Bronx Zoo certainly come to mind, and some still wrongly associate the Bronx with urban blight and violence. more
Like the resident in this story who tried to determine which agency was responsible for Edsall Avenue repairs, I had similar responses when I tried to determine which agency was responsible for repaving West 231 Street between Palisade and Independence avenues. This one-block stretch of roadway is heavily trafficked since it leads to the Henry Hudson Parkway entrance at West 231st. more
I read the Point of View submitted by Community Board 8 land use chair Charles Moerdler recently with great interest, and I have to admit, it made me think. more
As “dean” of Riverdale Neighborhood University, I’d like to thank all who participated in making the May 19 event such a success. Three experts demystified complex topics to the delight of a rapt audience with illustrated lectures of about an hour each. more
I grew up in a Catholic household, and when I moved back home to the Bronx, I felt a strong pull to go back to the church I was raised in. more
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