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We broke the first rule of retail leasing: Don’t fall in love with the space. Although we knew it would require renovation, we were charmed by the ample natural sunlight, the high ceilings, and the possibility of an upstairs at 3702 Riverdale Ave. more
Because something has been killed, something has died. more
Larry Penner takes 11 paragraphs and 371 words to finally reach the point: The MTA wastes hundreds of millions of dollars on outside consultants. more
What a simplistic claptrap this Point of View was! Where do I start? more
Celia Weintrob laid out her expectations for me in a single sentence that appeared in the March 23, 2017 edition of this paper: “I expect future issues of The Press — starting with this one — to be compelling reads.” more
As we all do, the Association of Riverdale Cooperatives & Condominiums welcomes the arrival of coronavirus vaccines that have been approved for immediate distribution and inoculation. more
Enjoyed reading the 70th anniversary issue on Dec. 17. But you left out one major event. more
The Democratic Party, prior to the Nov. 3 election (and before recent vacancies due to retirements and death), held a substantial 32-seat advantage over the Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives. The Democrats held 233 seats, and the Republicans had 201. more
I am responding to your Dec. 24 story about the proposed changes to Independence Avenue, which I read with significant alarm. more
Food and Drug Administration regulators have approved more than 600 new medicines since the turn of the century. And more treatments are on the way. Scientists are currently developing more than 7,000 experimental drugs. more
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