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To the editor: (re: “Everything I needed to know about working — and life,” Sept. 22) Thoroughly enjoyed reading Andrew Gelb’s Point of View piece. more
To the editor: (re: “Riverdale Avenue lane narrowing’s final act,” Sept. 22) Your recent story focuses on traffic congestion, noxious fumes in the area of Riverdale Park Apartments. No mention is made of the serious risk of a human tragedy as parents cross Riverdale Avenue mid-block with their children between the double- and triple-parked cars at P.S. 81 twice a day at school arrival and dismissal. more
To the editor: I’ve enjoyed the sight of my progressive friends freaking out over border states shipping migrants to their backyards. The buses arrive daily from Texas and Arizona, heading to the port authority bus station, and quo vadis … who knows? Hotels? Cruise ships? Your neighborhood or mine? more
Just recently, the United Nations gathered in our city for the annual General Assembly — the first in-person Assembly in two years. more
It won’t be long before winter descends on Europe. Before it does, most European countries must address the question of how long — and how well — they will be able to handle decoupling from Russian energy. more
To the editor: The 2022 Democratic and Republican Party congressional and state senate primary election day has come and gone. This reminds me of “The Outer Limits,” a 1960s television show. more
Summers are for beaches, barbecues and outdoor concerts. But for Faye, every day of her summers during her college years was spent inside a hot factory, pushing a button many times over. more
To the editor: Democratic socialist Assemblywoman Marcela Mitaynes formally introduced legislation to abolish Columbus Day honoring the famed explorer who is a symbol of Italian ethnic pride. more
To the editor: (re: “Maybe Helbok could use lesson?” Oct. 6) In a letter to the editor, Nat Weiner agrees with Miriam Levine Helbok that “illegal immigrants” should be treated humanely and without cruelty. But he wants them deported because “this country does not have the resources to take care of its own needy.” He blames immigrants for “drug gangs” who fight “bloody wars” at the border.  more
To the editor: (re: “Pedestrians claim mopeds continue to harass them,” Sept. 22) The walking/bicycling path from Irwin Avenue to Waldo Avenue is a small part of New York’s Greenway system. But your Sept. 23 story about that path had a large number of factual errors and mischaracterizations about the path’s history. more
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