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Nando Ghorchian never set out to be a restaurateur, but everything changed when he started learning how to cook professionally. more
Stella Borukhova always seems to find a way to work in Riverdale. more
When the word “watershed” comes to mind, one might think of an area that divides water to different rivers. But it means a lot more than that for Ori Z. Soltes. more
When Tal Aviezer first set out to develop his abridged adaptation of William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet,” he knew some parts of the tragedy were to be in the final production, while others parts — including the famed soliloquy — were not to be. more
NYCHA residents tired of being left out of the loop over problems and repairs in their buildings no longer have to feel that way. more
The government’s money is actually our money. That should go without saying, yet we’re always finding ourselves reminding these government officials that because it’s our tax dollars filling those coffers, we expect our leaders — as stewards of that cash — to spend it appropriately. more
The epidemic of gun violence continues to threaten each and every one of us, and continues to widen the divide between those who formerly had only an academic or intellectual opinion, but who now are deeply entrenched in what has sadly become the premier emotional issue in our country. more
My wife and I have long ago cut down on supporting The Metropolitan Museum of Art. more
I just want to thank The Riverdale Press for featuring a story on the outage of electrical power beginning on Friday, March 2 until Saturday, March 10. more
By this time next month, the city’s transportation department will likely be well on its way to implementing a traffic plan it first proposed to northwest Bronxites last May to make the Broadway corridor safer for pedestrians — and they don’t care what anyone has to say about it. more
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