A girl stands outside a decorated window on Johnson Avenue Sunday during the 66th annual Kiwanis Club of Riverdale Halloween Window contest.
Following the Hamas attack on Israel, many feared last week whether they should send their children to school or not. At SAR Academy, however, more than 900 students, faculty, and staff joined in a Tefilot “On The Steps” prayer service for the people of Israel.
By ERIC HARVEY | 10/20/23
If it’s Halloween, then it’s time for Manhattan College students to provide a safe and happy event on the Riverdale college’s campus.
By MACK OLMSTEAD | 10/20/23
Now that the Edgehill Church of Spuyten Duyvil on Independence Avenue has begun its transformation into the headquarters for the Kingsbridge Historical Society, the hard part begins.
By GARY LARKIN | 10/20/23
Simchat Torah should have been a day of joyous celebration, dancing and singing, but it was instead filled with grief, shock and mourning over the hundreds killed in Hamas’ strikes on Israel just a day prior.
By ERIC HARVEY | 10/13/23
Rabbi Avi Weiss of the Hebrew Institute of Riverdale — The Bayit found himself with family members in Israel celebrating his wife Toby’s 80th birthday last weekend.
By GARY LARKIN | 10/13/23
Each year, eighth-grade families in New York City try to figure out which high school to attend. It becomes chaotic as deadlines approach.
By STACY DRIKS | 10/13/23
In a quiet corner tucked away in Van Cortlandt Park, you may hear the sound of a neigh. That is probably May, Benny, Rouge or Pumpkin.
By STACY DRIKS | 10/6/23
Together for Kingsbridge Working Group may have finally gotten the long-awaited RFP it has hoped for regarding the redevelopment of the historic Kingsbridge Armory, but one community group is not so happy.
By GARY LARKIN | 10/6/23
Lehman Center for the Performing Arts recently announced its preview lineup for the 2023-24 season, which will feature salsa, mariachi and comedy to name a few.
STAFF REPORT | 10/6/23