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Some drawings move across the page as a dancer would across a stage. more
At the start of his junior year, having not yet played a single game for the hugely successful Bronx Science boys soccer program, Zach Seigelstein wasn’t quite sure how he was going to fit in with the Wolverines, let alone if he’d be an impact player. more
There was a time when the John F. Kennedy girls softball program had no idea the weapon it had in its midst. more
With Con Edison work continuing throughout Riverdale, the city’s sanitation department has extended a moratorium on alternate side street parking through the end of August. more
U.S. Rep. Eliot Engel has joined more than 60 other House Democrats to form the new congressional Medicare for All Caucus. more
For some New Yorkers, water knowledge can sometimes be a mystery. more
The proposed expansion of the Hebrew Home at Rivedale is moving forward, but a little shorter than before. more
Police arrested two on-duty city parks employees Sunday afternoon, accusing them of beating up a man for allegedly urinating in a park. more
Politics have always been a part of Anthony Cruz’s life. In high school at Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy, he interned for U.S. Rep. Eliot Engel and then mayor Michael Bloomberg — all while he led the Model United Nations team and was editor-in-chief of RKA’s school newspaper. more
This time of year, chipmunks scurry between flower beds, cardinals rest in trees, and wild toddlers create mud pies that never make it to their mouths, but instead everywhere else. more
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