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Cue the dramatic sci-fi music. The year is 2028. ISIS has won. Twitter no longer exists. And World War III has actually happened. more
It was never hard to find Teddy Lowen during the school year. more
Sommer Code remembers herself a shy freshman at Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy, desperately needing an outlet to help her come out of her shell. more
Basketball was more than just a game for Jaiden Lewis. For the recent Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy graduate, it was what helped him get through high school — and help set up his future. more
It was the best of the best at Sid Augarten Field on West 255th Street as the Nationals officially kicked off summer, squaring off against the Yankees in the final game of the North Riverdale Baseball League’s major boys championship tournament. more
Peter Rondinone has his life pretty much all planned out. And that’s saying something because Rondinone just turned 18 on July 3. more
Georgia McKay thought she had her college plan in place. But then she got a visit from a friend last fall, and that changed everything. more
Steve Masiello lost a big chunk of his Manhattan College roster to graduation this past spring, so as he looked to replenish his basketball roster for next winter, there were certain criteria he was looking for in his 2018 recruiting class. more
The first hint Melissa Torres has softball in her blood comes when someone calls her cell phone and she doesn’t answer. Instead they’re greeted by a pleasant, factory-installed voice encouraging them to enjoy the music while Torres is reached. more
When Ray Barile talks about the humbling early days of Horace Mann senior guard Jane Frankel, it’s not hyperbole. more
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