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I don’t visit my local bank because of “the smell of money.” I, and many of the people who bank in Knolls Crescent, are on walkers, canes or similar assistive devices. more
One only has to access the boycott-divestment-sanction website to understand why the Democratic Socialists of America in supporting BDS is, in fact, supporting an anti-Semitic position. Anti-Semitic because a core demand of BDS is, in fact, enshrining the “right of return” of Palestinians to their pre-Israel homes. more
It would have been most helpful, Mr. Derek Garrison-Bedell, in your recent Point of View if you could have elaborated on your support of “having mental health professionals present during 911 responses.” more
With ice caps melting, sea levels rising and extreme weather patterns increasing, it is obvious that the world also has failed at combating climate change. more
Councilman Andrew Cohen is now Bronx Supreme Court Judge-elect Andrew Cohen, joining Kim Adair Wilson and Bianka Perez on the bench. more
It was still a bit over 80 degrees under partly cloudy skies on Nov. 8, 2016, when I joined a bunch of my friends at a popular bar to watch election results. This was a place called Oldskool, and it was literally just that — an old school that had been turned into a popular watering hole for expat Americans. Especially when a football game was on, or HBO was airing a new episode of “Game of Thrones.” more
Kirstyn Brendlen’s story on the front page of the Oct. 8 issue highlights how demonstrators in two communities — protesting the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis — receive totally different treatment by the police on June 4. more
As co-chairs of the Van Cortlandt Park Alliance, we found the recent story about the Putnam Greenway improvements missed the mark by ignoring the thousands of voices of Van Cortlandt Park users who support and appreciate increased access to the park’s excellent green space. more
I wanted to share a text my daughter, Mya, sent me. Mya is currently a sophomore at Bard Academy, and a graduate of P.S. 81. more
My first reaction after reading Evan Casper-Futterman’s recent Point of View was to send my comments as a letter to the editor. However, after several re-reads and considerable thought, I asked the editor if I could write a Point of View piece myself offering alternative views. more
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