Letters to the Editor
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I applaud the work of journalists, and this includes our local reporters. more
As a longtime Community Board 8 member who was interviewed by the editor, Michael Hinman, via email for the recent article, I was not surprised that my responses did not appear in the article. more
In your editorial, you tangled the truth in a patronizing “bizarro” world rant. A good reporter should be able to discern the truth as listed below. more
The recent “Fox & Friends” Twitter poll showed 73 percent of respondents support Medicare for all. Despite (more scientific) prior polling showing similar national support, “Fox & Friends” had likely expected, “Hell, no! Too pricey!” more
Thank you for the front page article about the shortcomings of the new library system Culture Pass, pointing out that only one Bronx cultural institution, Wave Hill, is participating. more
The city council race starts with a conversation. Our streets are one part of that conversation. more
After the victory of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the anti-IDC, anti-Klein faction of Democrats not wants to claim the mantle of reformers, even though they had spent years attacking the Independent Democratic Conference for not supporting the regular establishment Democrats. more
While teen cigarette smoking rates have been on the decline in New York City and New York State, there is a new trend on the rise: e-cigarettes. more
This letter is in reference to the July 19 letter published in your paper from Wendy Steinberg, a Hebrew Home employee. more
A recent story that appeared in the July 8 edition of The New York Times about New York developers building condos in flood zone areas is almost unbelievable. more
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