DECISION 2021

Opponents say Dinowitz mailer could be illegal

Any other time, such correspondence might be welcome to many. But here? Just a couple weeks before voters would decide if he’ll keep that seat past December? Eric Dinowitz abused his office, at least two of his primary challengers claim, and he charged taxpayers to do it.

DECISION 2021

Council candidates spar one last time

It’s finally here. After months — even years, for some — of campaigning, next week this corner of the Bronx will finally choose its representative in City Hall for the next two years.

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Yang looks to give everyone a seat at the table

Andrew Yang became a household name in 2019 as he was one of several candidates seeking the Democratic nomination to challenge Donald Trump for the White House. He was different from most of the other candidates. He had no government experience. But he had a rather unique idea: universal basic income.

FIRST ONLINE

History keeps repeating — Candidates spend, just not in Bronx

The last time this part of the Bronx had a contested primary race for city council, Oliver Koppell was gearing up for a run against state Sen. Jeffrey Klein for his role in creating an off-shoot caucus of Democrats in Albany that had decided to partner up with their Republican colleagues.

It takes a village — for traffic safety in the Village

It might seem, more often than not, a community focuses on a few topics du jour when it comes to traffic safety. Among them are bicycle lanes and parking.

Gloves off for candidates in heated debate

In the final weeks of campaigning, Mino Lora has faced the same question over and over from her competitors: Did she support the Independent Democratic Conference in 2018?

Briar Oaks’ journey from speakeasy to making history

When the Fisher brothers opened Briar Oaks on the Henry Hudson Parkway in 1953, they probably didn’t expect their complex to thrive well into the 21st century. But 68 years later, the grounds have accumulated a unique personality through rich history and diverse residents.

Biaggi: Drinking or no, rape is still rape

It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that combating sexual abuse has been one of state Sen. Alessandra Biaggi’s core issues since heading to Albany three years ago.

Bronx looking for its next (executive) cheerleader

For the past decade, Ruben Diaz Jr., has been the Bronx’s chief advocate — roaming around the Boogie Down, promoting all it has to offer.

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Art Chang wants city to work for everyone

Art Chang may not be as familiar with the Bronx as he’d like to be. But he has memories of the mainland borough from a particularly tough point in his life. “The South Bronx is where I …

HOLOCAUST IN THE CLASSROOM

Could better education stem hate?

Memories of the Holocaust still haunt Jessica Haller, even though she didn’t personally live through it.

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System wronged Wright, but he works to make it better

It’s near impossible to find any political candidate not out there ready to share with you their entire resume from the moment you start shaking hands, to the split second you let go.

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PRESS POINTS

Jewish advocacy group seeks fellows

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action Riverdale seeks young adult Jewish progressives for a nationwide leadership and organizational fellowship.

SCHOOL DESK

SNHU hails top Bronx students with honors

Southern New Hampshire University might be a four-hour drive away, but some of its top students call this part of the Bronx home.

WASTING NO TIME ON VACCINE

Campus return may mean a pain in the arm, or two

It was only a year ago greater New York City was the American epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic. Now, as we near the midpoint of 2021, restrictions are winding down and life seems to be slowly returning to normal.