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Sunday, June 12 marks the 14th annual Drums Along the Hudson, a Native American and multicultural festivity. more
Whatever the cause of DHS’ decision to remove homeless men from the Van Cortlandt Motel, it is not clear exactly how they came to be housed in a relatively remote part of North Riverdale in the first place. more
There are so many stores that are empty, primarily due to escalating rents. Why not engage landlords in contributing something positive to the area where they own property? more
When Orleans front man John Hall wrote the 1975 pop hit “Dance With Me,” the U.S. had just concluded its tragic involvement in the Vietnam War, the Watergate conspirators had been … more
Anyone visiting Israel during the holiday seasons from September to October and March to April discovers that the entire country is on vacation and on the road. During the recent Passover holiday, … more
I am happy to read of the progress of the Hebrew Home at Riverdale’s continuing care retirement community (“Hebrew Home plans big expansion,” May 19). It is clear … more
To the editor, This letter is in response to your front-page article, “Hebrew Home plans big expansion” (May 19). We appreciate your balanced coverage; however, there are several … more
It had been almost two weeks since the David A. Stein Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy (RKA) softball team had seen any action. Eleven days since the Tigers suffered their lone defeat of the season in a … more
It was about a month ago, April 24 to be exact, when the Manhattan College baseball team looked to be a long shot at best at earning its way into the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) … more
The Hebrew Home for the Aging at Riverdale is known for its collection of works by household names like Chagall and Warhol. Now it is putting the spotlight on resident artists, gathering their … more
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