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To the editor: I read an excellent review in MSNBC/The Print which Rama Lakshmi writes that Hillary Clinton’s “Gutsy” on Apple TV+ is a feel-good Hallmark card tribute to feminists. more
(re: “Why is it so hard to see what’s right in front of you?” Sept. 22) This will be my last missive on the Israel-Palestine issue, in response to the Jeselsohns and Charles Moerdler.  (We have to stop meeting this way!)  more
To the editor: (re: “District leaders unify for new political club,” Oct. 6) I read with interest and some surprise your Oct. 6 front-page story regarding another Democratic political club organized by the new district leaders and state committeewoman. more
To the editor: So far to date, I have received nine calendars with wonderful pictures of birds and animals I can only dream of seeing, of places to go that I will not ever visit, and those with religious days I might and might not observe. more
“The pandemic is over.” With those words, President Joe Biden declared an end to the coronavirus pandemic that has claimed the lives of more than 6.5 million people, and more than 1 million here in America. more
To the editor: (re: “Taking a look at the whole story,” Sept. 15) Israel has become a hot-button topic and the various back-and–forths between Peter Wolf and the various writers who have responded to his attacks on Israel — yes, Aryeh Jeselsohn is my husband — could go on endlessly and fruitlessly. more
To the editor: (re: “Why not pickleball? It’s worth investment,” Aug. 25) I’m one of those fighting to bring pickleball to Seton Park. But I must clarify something written in a recent editorial. more
To the editor: In 2021, during the height of the lockdowns, I wrote a letter to this paper calling on state Sen. Alessandra Biaggi to revoke Andrew Cuomo’s emergency powers regarding COVID-19. I stated in that letter that the lockdowns were leading to the collapse of New York City, and that this was a policy that would have huge consequences for the city going forward. more
To the editor: (re: “Riverdale Avenue lane narrowing’s final act,” Sept. 22) In a miraculous two-and-a-half weeks, Riverdale Avenue between West 254th and West 263rd streets has been transformed from a four-lane (two-way) street, to a one-lane with two five-foot wide bicycle lanes and turning lanes — completely stripped and resurfaced in record time. more
Jim Bradley remembered his late wife on the first anniversary of her tragic death at the corner of Kappock Street and Johnson Avenue the only way he knew Ruth Mullen would have wanted. more
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