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Did I miss something in The Riverdale Press’s article about candidate Alessandra Biaggi and state Sen. Jeffrey Klein? Did you actually fail to mention Sen. Klein’s role in the formation of, and actions taken by, the Independent Democratic Conference? more
Chancellor Richard Carranza and Mayor de Blasio propose a universal approach to restructuring the admissions process to the New York City specialized high schools. more
Lou Deholczer is long on rhetoric and short on facts. He appears to be the right’s answer to Adam Stoler. But at least Stoler’s empty rhetoric does not go on for 19 paragraphs. more
The United States of America is a nation of great pride that seeks to promote hard work, emphasize the importance of obtaining a better life, the pursuit of happiness for all, and is foundationally built on the concept of patriotism and sound family values. more
Recently, I helped organize a demonstration against the U.S.-backed Saudi-led war on Yemen in front of U.S. Rep. Eliot Engel’s Bronx office, along with local Concerned Citizens for Change and five other organizations. more
When I was 19, my mother gave my 15-year-old brother and me the news of a lifetime: She was expecting another sibling for us. more
Recently, I transplanted the flowers and seedlings my friend Laura thinned from her lush suburban garden. more
Responding to a call from the Hebrew Institute of Riverdale and Congregation Adath Israel, a hundred congregants walked after morning services on Saturday, June 30, to the Riverdale Monument in protest against the Trump administration’s forcible separation of parents and children under its “zero tolerance” programs on illegal immigrants. more
Two or three years ago on a pleasant summer evening, my husband and I went for a stroll. more
In the film “On the Waterfront,” longshoreman Terry Molloy — who usually makes his point with a fist — tells his future girlfriend, Katie Doyle — softly and somewhat wistfully — that pigeons mate for life. more
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