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Ray Oladapo-Johnson was jet-lagged and unable to sleep in his summer home in Tisvilde, Denmark. It was 8 p.m. for him — but outside his windows, it was the middle of the night. His wife and kids were sound asleep. more
Custom building a gaming personal computer seems like a hobby for the rich. Solving the age-old problem of not knowing which PC to purchase is even worse. more
Not even the pandemic could stop Liebman’s Delicatessen from keeping its title as the last remaining Jewish deli in the Bronx and now the deli owner is setting his sights on Westchester for expansion. more
Sometimes, getting older can have a happy ending. Consider Eddie Rosa, who lost his apartment in 2021 following the death of his wife. more
The W Assisted Living at Riverdale Home for Adults has been a mainstay in North Riverdale for nearly 40 years. But an open-door policy that allows its more than 250 residents to come and go at all hours of the day and night has had an impact on local businesses. more
It might have been raining like cats and dogs on Friday, June 16 but that did not stop Kingsbridge Heights Community Center from celebrating its 10th annual festival while also celebrating Juneteenth and Pride Month indoors. more
By day, Jerome Avenue in Woodlawn is environmentally sensitive, surrounded by the famous Woodlawn Cemetery. By night, it’s a whole other story as people show up with their cars and their over-sized speakers. more
Fieldston Ethical Culture School became a hub of mental awareness through a benefit concert and discussion on May 9 thanks to one of its sophomores. more
The country officially returned to normal on May 11 with the end of the federal public health emergency surrounding Covid-19 — but for many, it’s been pretty close to normalcy for months. more
Two years and six months ago Riverdale residents under lockdown caught their first glimmer of hope in a long while when it was announced a vaccine to the Covid-19 virus was available and would be distributed across the city. The first resident in line at the Hebrew Home to get his shot was 79-year-old Kelley Dixon, who was also the first nursing home resident in the state with the vaccination. more
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