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New York hasn’t backed a Republican governor since George Pataki was re-elected for the second time some 20 years ago. But Andrew Giuliani is convinced the Democratic policies under longtime Gov. Andrew Cuomo and his successor, Kathy Hochul, have changed the viewpoint of many voters in the state, who are living with higher crime rates, historically high inflation, and ongoing coronavirus pandemic restrictions that even cost Giuliani a chance to participate live in a recent televised debate. more
Traditionally, doctors spend their early years worrying about getting through their residency and picking a specialty. more
  Jessica Altagracia Woolford first contemplated a political run after seeing the day-to-day challenges her grandmother faced ever since she retired as a home health aide years … more
With the Assembly primary less than two weeks away, the two candidates vying for the Democratic nominee each received an endorsement from area high-profile lawmakers. more
  A handful of Bronx Theatre High School students have taken a step into a dance that they never thought they would do before. Amanda Selwyn Dance Theatre Notes in Motion continues to give … more
After the Riverdale Pride Day festival was rained out Sunday at the Riverdale Neighborhood House, 50th Precinct officer Cesar Sala, at left, along with Kelly Kaboom, and Laura Levine-Pinedo decided to celebrate at Levine-Pinedo’s Bronx Burger House. Kaboom then joined Jerry Goodman, above, and Marcy Owens. The event was postponed until July 17. more
Congressman Ritchie Torres endorsed Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz Monday for re-election in the 81st Assembly district Democratic primary. The announcement comes soon after Dinowitz’ challenger, Jessica Woolford, received a high-profile endorsement of her own from state Sen. Alessandra Biaggi, whose current district overlaps with much of Dinowitz’. more
A bill to reform New York’s sexual assault statutes failed to pass in the final days of the 2022 legislative session in Albany. more
The stock market infamously crashed in 1929 — a year still remembered as the start of the Great Depression. Investors lost billions. The center of the universe seemed to be Wall Street for all the wrong reasons. more
Two sons. Two commencements. One week. Except these blessed parents didn’t expect to see one of the sons actually graduate from college, let alone give a speech. more
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