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New York City has added 1.3 million people and more than a million jobs since 1990. The Bronx alone has gained more than 250,000 residents, and nearly 100,000 jobs during the same period. more
John Tinker was escorted off the campus of his Iowa school the morning of Dec. 17, 1965, after joining his siblings in wearing black armbands protesting the Vietnam War. more
Having lived in Riverdale for more than 60 years, I am aware that residents here follow international and national events very closely, and are kept informed and given suggestions about how they should view these events by a variety of newspapers and newsmagazines. more
Here is the big problem for Democrats: The Republicans are correct when they say that we have not had a new idea for the past 50 years. They are also right when they say that we have had no real national platform/agenda that we stand for, aside from constantly bashing Donald Trump, because he has an obnoxious personality, has a disgusting and disrespectful attitude toward women, and tries to divide all of us with his incessant insults. more
Children and adults with special developmental, mental or physical needs are the most underserved population in New York State. more
I guess the seriousness of the research began with a master’s thesis at Lehman College focused on the early childhood population. It was about developing nurturing behavior in young children by introducing plants and flowers. more
As president of the Association of Riverdale Cooperatives and Condominiums, I represent co-ops and condos on the Bronx Realty Advisory Board for purposes of contract negotiations with SEIU Local 32BJ. More specifically, I represent the individual shareholders and unit owners who directly pay all building employees. more
Still feeling a little groggy this morning? Are your eyes wanting to close to get just one more hour of sleep? more
Lobbying gets a bum rap, not just in New York, but everywhere. more
On Feb. 26, New York City held its first election since the Campaign Finance Board changed its rules to empower more New Yorkers to take big-dollar donations and special-interest money out of elections. more
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