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Early in the morning of April 4, about 4 a.m., just into springtime — the most pregnant of seasons — a 55-year-old Bronx man with diabetes, who found out he had been infected with the COVID-19 virus, called the police on himself. more
As the proprietors of Astral Fitness in the Bronx, we have long advocated for a holistic lifestyle that focuses on strengthening the immune system so that it can fight off viruses such as the one that causes COVID-19. more
I am very dismayed that the beginning of May marked the last time I put out the brown bin to recycle compost and yard waste. I realize there is a fiscal budget crunch in New York City, but climate change is a crisis that hasn’t gone away during the pandemic. more
The Riverdale Press editorial aptly fits one of the definitions of the word “tale,” a fictitious story. more
Actually enjoying the PC crowd and communist Chinese making fools of themselves over the Wuhan virus. Let’s keep in mind that this virus was discovered by two Chinese doctors who were censored by the government after they warned co-workers about it last November. more
COVID-19 has brought New York to its knees. It has taken tens of thousands of lives too soon, left millions of New Yorkers without work, and the state struggling with a more than $15 billion budget deficit. more
I am writing to share the story of my husband, William Mantell, who died from COVID-related pneumonia on April 17. more
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo declared May 3 on ABC’s “This Week” that there is “enormous evidence” that a laboratory in Wuhan, China, is the source of the coronavirus that has led to the pandemic creating havoc worldwide. more
How wrong can someone be wrong? Not exactly a question we hear every day, but it’s not a new one either. In fact, the late great science-fiction writer Isaac Asimov would ask that question often, believing there was more to simply being right, or on the flip side, simply being wrong. more
We read with great distaste how Horace Mann spokespeople blithely stated how respectful they are of “history,” of keeping the residential look and feel, and how they continue getting away with having violated so many Landmarks Preservation Commission regulations, Fieldston Property Owners Association rules, and agreements. more
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