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“For God’s sake, Tommy. Whatever you do, find a cure.” more
Dear me, dear me, where to begin? The “push for socialized medicine” continues and grows each week in the pages of The Riverdale Press. The most recent diatribe was published as a Point of View column by Judith Esterquest. more
The cost of child care in New York City has become a crushing burden for too many households, which is why we’ve recently championed state legislation to expand and improve child care options for thousands of working families across the five boroughs. more
I found the headline on Page A1 of the Oct. 10 issue very disturbing. It seems to assume that your whole readership is on board with impeachment. more
Cancer kills. We can’t be more direct than that. Cancer is the leading cause of death in the United States behind only heart disease. And we put a lot of attention — and money — toward developing treatments, and hopefully someday a cure. more
The Riverdale Press creates devoted readers because, in an era of misinformation and disinformation, it pours ink and effort into critical issues — issues New York City readers care about. It exemplifies the edict that good journalism’s first loyalty is to citizens. more
On June 16, I wrote a Point of View piece where I wanted people to define, in their hearts and heads, a picture of a community they were willing to fight for in the face of the looming Special Natural Area District battle. more
As a Vermont health care activist, I enjoy seeing The Riverdale Press pop up on my alerts: Both for the frequency of your supportive coverage, and your insightful local contributors. more
Timber Equities recently released a rendering for its proposed building at 2395 Palisade Ave., on the site of the Villa Rosa Bonheur. It is an out-of-scale, charmless, gray concrete structure wedged between the Henry Hudson Bride and, almost overhanging, the Bradley Terrace Stairs, a “stair street” used by hundreds of people every day, connecting Palisade Avenue to the natural park area of the Spuyten Duyvil Metro-North station. more
With belated thanks to the hard-working staff from the Bronx nursery division of the city’s parks department, the southeast corner of the Palisade and Independence avenues intersection was cleared of brush and overgrown weeds, and converted into an appealing green space. more
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