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What started off as an exhibition exploring the impact of the film noir genre has developed into ... more
Councilmember Andrew Cohen joined Assemblywoman Amy Paulin last week in Albany to push for legislation that would ban teenagers less than 18 years of age from getting married.  Under current … more
Eleven young people, ages 14 to 20, stood at full attention in the muster room in the back of the 50th precinct house, as their drill sergeant asked them a simple … more
Most college basketball players have some sort of pregame ritual they go through before the ball tips off on game day. Some toss on the headphones and get lost in their music, while others may spend … more
It wasn’t supposed to go this way. Not after a sellout crowd at the Peter Jay Sharp Center came out for Senior Day. Not after fans paid their respects for a senior class that brought the … more
Towards the end of the first half of Sunday afternoon’s CUNYAC quarterfinals, Lehman head coach Steve Schulman turned towards his assistants and made a joke. “Are these guys the bench … more
It’s official—Bronx Science is now a wrestling dynasty. When the Wolverines rolled out their co-ed wrestling team for the first time last year, all they did was go undefeated and win … more
To the editor:  As the Bronx Borough Commissioner, I would like to express my gratitude for your excellent editorial on NYC Parks. Please extend my thanks to everyone involved. The positive … more
“Teach your children well... and feed them on your dreams”   The Archdiocese has announced the closing of six more parochial schools. Sadly for the students, the parents and … more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo last Tuesday sided with the overwhelming majority of Albany lawmakers and signed a bill to block the deeply flawed New York City disposable bag fee.  The move placed a … more
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