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I am appalled and offended by your editorial which compared the Benjamin Franklin Reform Democratic Club to Trump. more
Normally, this space is reserved for our thoughts, as a newspaper, in not just our community, but in the country and world around us. However, we think it’s important to share some thoughts from others over the decades — especially those who had the honor of working inside the Oval Office. more
This past Nov. 3, the voters living inside City Council District 11 exercised their constitutional right to vote. This was an important Election Day, and even with the pandemic raging and coronavirus positivity rates spiking, voters exercised all means with which to vote, exhibiting a sustained commitment to the process. more
Your readers might appreciate another view on this matter. more
I am using notecards from the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum to handwrite and send messages to dozens of people inside and outside the Trump administration regarding their aiding and abetting of the president’s crimes. more
Now that the election is behind us, the contentiousness and tension of the campaign and election seasons should, too, be left behind. It is of the utmost importance to share our perspectives on the conduct of the election, and how to move forward. more
This morning, a red sky is in the east. My art class is painting flamingoes. My husband is birding on Jones Beach. more
Famed author George Orwell once said that “if liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.” While many might turn to the Opinion pages here in The Riverdale Press each week finding words they agree with, there are many times they do not. more
In November, New York City closed its public school system to protect teachers and staff members as the pandemic reached new heights. more
Months of intensive preparation and careful planning were devoted to the proposal for development of the “river strip” along the Hudson from West 232nd Street to West 234th Street. The Riverdale Community Planning Association and its president, Gilbert Kerlin, are to be congratulated for presenting a practical, comprehensive and far-sighted program. more
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