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We have officially embarked on our newest adventure: The Mental Health Crisis of 2021. more
When it comes to ostentatious displays of grandeur, there ain’t no party like the communist party. more
If you struggled to find parking on West 231st Street near Broadway this past weekend, please know it was for a good cause. A really good cause, in fact. more
Why are New York City public unions betraying their 250,000 retired members? Why are active members not protesting this betrayal, knowing that they are likely to be next? more
My mother was part of one of 97 Jewish families in Sheikh Jarrah in the early 1990s, but the Jewish roots there go back much further. more
We start the day with temperature checks and handwashing before signing students in to start online learning. more
With the recent hostilities between Israel and Hamas, several first-hand observations are appropriate. more
The political cartoon that appeared in the April 8 edition of The Riverdale Press notifying readers that Jim Crow is back ready to again crush voting rights is timely and frightening. more
When asked about the word “pride,” few people will picture lions — “Pride” is the collective term for a group of lions that live together. Rather, many will remember the biblical warning, “Pride goeth before a fall.” Those words are a condensation of an admonition from Proverbs 16:18, which translated in their entirety, read “Pride goeth before destruction, and a haughty spirit before a fall.” more
On June 22, Bronx Democrats will get to choose two Democratic candidates for civil court judge. Since the Bronx is heavily Democratic, a win in the primary is most likely a win for the nominees in November, and the new ranked-choice voting does not apply for judges. more
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