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Justin Westbrook-Lowery, a southeast Bronx native, dove into politics at an early age, and at 17 became one of the youngest community board members in his borough when he joined CB9 in 2015, while he was in high school. more
The grassroots organization hosts a “Community Power Hour” Jan. 17 where it's expected to share with the community ways of mustering political clout on the ground level. more
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It’s 10 a.m., a time still considered breakfast, yet at Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy, lunch is being served. more
State Sen. Jeffrey Klein is denying claims from a former policy analyst he forced her into a kiss soon after the state budget was approved in 2015. more
Same-sex marriage has been the law of the land for some time now, but many religious institutions — like Orthodox Judaism — refuse to embrace this “modern” way of thinking, citing laws that go back hundreds, if not thousands, of years. more
The Federal Communications Commission has a lot of power — but is that power enough to stop U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand? more
The list of possible replacements for Michael Heller as Community Board 8’s new district manager has been whittled down to seven. more
Homes in disrepair. Electricity still not fully restored. More than 100,000 people leaving the island. Although the aftermath of Hurricane Maria no longer dominates daily media coverage, the crisis — at least for those in Puerto Rico — still continues. more
Tony Schwartz was faced with a decision some 30 years ago — remain working at New York Magazine or ghostwrite a book about an up-and-coming real estate developer named Donald Trump. more
There aren’t enough ways to get around the city quickly and easily, and at least according to Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz, it’s costing straphangers not only time — but money. more
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