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The outcome of elections in New York State should reflect the will of the people. But the unfortunate reality is that they often instead reflect the will of the powerful. more
(re: “Parks officials poised to pave Putnam Trail,” Nov. 22) Thank you for keeping the public informed on the current status of the Putnam Trail. We have several considerations … more
One of the feelings I hate most is knowing that you could have saved something beautiful, irreplaceable, but couldn’t. more
For so many people here in New York and around the world, what does Raoul Wallenberg represent during his six-month Holocaust rescue mission, and his gulag survival experience? more
I don’t think anti-Semitism ever derailed my life in any way. But an instance of anti-Semitism definitely affected my father’s life for the worse. more
Riverdale has, for generations, been one of New York City’s finest neighborhoods, and remains an incredible place to live and raise a family. more
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On Nov. 6, be sure to turn your ballot over and vote on three proposals which would reform the city’s public matching funds program, create a new civic engagement agency, and apply term limits and appointment reforms to community boards. more
Raised in the Bronx and a graduate of James Monroe High School,  Nobel Prize winner Leon Lederman died peacefully at 96 in an Idaho care home earlier this month of complications of Alzheimer’s disease. more
Since the end of the Great War (World War I), we have been paying homage to veterans with parades and speeches, and the required military and patriotic songs. And I wonder, how many people know why we fight? more
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