Letters to the Editor
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The walkway connecting to the end of Arlington Avenue is a disgrace. That the city has ignored numerous requests to repair the path and handrails is even more of a disgrace. more
I was there when Bailey Avenue burned — the grocery and the laundromat, lunch counter Sabor, Tililá and takeout Chinese. more
On Friday, Dec. 3, Catholic sisters, people of faith, Network and other groups gathered outside the White House to pray, march and advocate that President Biden rescind Title 42, which sends those seeking asylum at the southern border away. more
There’s only one thing worse than a politician’s lecture about your civic obligations as a New York City resident: The same lecture from a politician who lives outside the five boroughs. more
We, the Riverdale voters, are to blame for the swift decline of our beloved neighborhood. more
It is very well known that the Founding Fathers of our great nation were baseball fans. more
A cat has nine lives, and so does the Lower Manhattan Development Corp. more
Oct. 9 would have been John Lennon’s 81st birthday. With all due respect to the accomplishments of my all-time favorite musical act, The Beatles, I do feel that his solo accomplishments tend to be overlooked. more
During my tenure as editor of this newspaper — and as a private citizen since — I have often disagreed with Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz. more
U.S. Rep. Jamaal Bowman and state Sen. Alessandra Biaggi are just that: representatives. Their job is not to “school” their constituents on moral obligation, social contract, or the talking points of the progressive wing of the Democratic Party. Or to invent some vague concept of our community’s values. more
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