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It’s cold now, and we are spending more time indoors. Walks are shorter, and there is little greenery to lift our spirits. more
The staff members and incarcerated individuals at Rikers Island and other city jails must be among the first New Yorkers inoculated with the new COVID-19 vaccine. more
Mr. Trump’s effusive praise of Rudolph Giuliani as New York City’s greatest mayor seems odd to me, because I grew with the mayor most historians regard as the city’s greatest: Fiorello LaGuardia. more
In these difficult economic times, as a result of COVID-19, it is especially important to patronize your neighborhood businesses. Do it not only on the annual Small Business Saturday, but every day of the year. more
Getting professional help for dealing with your persistent fears and anxieties is the single most important step in your recovery. more
Congratulations to reaching your 200-issue milestone at The Riverdale Press. It can’t have been easy. Being the editor of a community newspaper is an awesome responsibility. I know. I have sat in your chair. more
President John F. Kennedy declared the first National Small Business Week in 1963 during a time when retail chains were rapidly pushing their way into our neighborhoods. more
We broke the first rule of retail leasing: Don’t fall in love with the space. Although we knew it would require renovation, we were charmed by the ample natural sunlight, the high ceilings, and the possibility of an upstairs at 3702 Riverdale Ave. more
Because something has been killed, something has died. more
Larry Penner takes 11 paragraphs and 371 words to finally reach the point: The MTA wastes hundreds of millions of dollars on outside consultants. more
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