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Information is readily available for astronomy enthusiasts these days, but being curious about the Earth and what’s beyond the stratosphere is nothing new. more
It only took one train ride for Jim Lahti to hear Pluto. more
If there’s a compromise on the table that could end the controversy over the Hebrew Home at Riverdale’s expansion plans, it’s news to Daniel Reingold. more
After years representing him and his Independent Democratic Conference to the media, Candice Giove not only has parted ways with her old boss, state Sen. Jeffrey Klein — she’s burning the bridge. more
Don’t tell Gloria Hobbs to act her age, unless you believe all 93-year-olds are too busy to stay home all day. more
Zee Pacifici would drop a rug over the mice droppings and dead cockroaches that littered the basement floor. more
In 1903, Henry James wrote “The Beast in the Jungle,” and some critics believe this novella — provocative title and all — was James’ own response to his celibate and lifelong pursuit of his elaborately crafted fiction. more
Syringe disposal kiosks are coming to more than a dozen Bronx parks. In fact, some may already be installed. more
Talk about getting hammered. more
A Sunday afternoon robbery left a Johnson Avenue restaurant employee shaken up and police looking for a man they believe did the shaking. more
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