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Ever since Harvey Weinstein’s much-deserved fall from grace last October for alleged acts we don’t even want to repeat here, the “Me Too” movement has opened the eyes of so many to a way of living many women (and some men) should never have to experience. more
For the (very) few apologists left in our area for Trump and the GOP, you’ve just been handed cyanide pills in the form of this blatantly punishing tax cut bill. Good luck. more
Now that Community Board 8’s land use committee is set again to take up what has been one of Riverdale’s most controversial building projects in recent years, we’re going to hear a lot about the importance of zoning. more
Last week’s editorial on the “Me Too” movement does a disservice to the sacrifice and courage of the many women who have come forward to tell their stories of sexual assault, harassment and intimidation in the workplace, and demand accountability. more
With all that’s come out concerning contacts between Trump’s people and Russians, there is still no evidence Russia had anything to do with the president’s victory over Hillary Clinton. more
As of this writing (on Nov. 30), we don’t know how the new U.S. Congressional tax bill will actually settle. But it seems mightily unfeasible for all but the wealthy. more
I have been a Community Board 8 member for nine years, and currently the chair of the traffic and transportation committee. more
The Press has received many responses to the Dec. 8 article and editorial about towing.  more
Whenever we have a cold snap like the one our region experienced last week, it’s easy to scratch our heads wondering what all the fuss is about climate change anyway. more
Republican strategists must be aware that they are facing disaster in the 2018 mid-term elections over the new tax statute. more
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