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Whether 5731 Broadway becomes a homeless facility or not, the issue of homelessness is unlikely to go away soon, and could use much more focus. more
Chamber Charmers [Photo gallery]
I had never felt anything more painful than I did that day, crumpled into a fetal position on the floor of a cinema in Florida. more
I say this with some sarcasm — I agree with Donald Trump. We mustn’t deny history. more
Our legislators are currently considering Int. 1585-A, a bill that would require the owners or boards of rental, co-op and condo multiple dwellings to establish a smoking policy for their building. more
In my relatively nascent career as a photojournalist, I never thought working in the Bronx would make me nostalgic for a country ranked 155th out of 180 for press freedom. more
In his inaccurately headlined Point of View piece, John Benfatti addresses two Special Natural Area District-related items noticed to be heard at a July 27 Community Board 8 land use committee special meeting. more
Hate crimes in any form are a detriment to our society. And when such atrocities occur, communities are left on edge. more
One would be forgiven for appreciating the irony in this candid truism by 50th Precinct officer Terence O’Toole, for police work and police brutality seem to go hand-in-hand in the United States. more
When it comes to helping save Riverdale’s natural environment, the Riverdale Nature Preservancy is on the job. more
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