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(re: “A deeper look at BDS, antisemitism and reality,” Aug. 4) Revealingly ignoring undeniable Russian butchery of Ukrainian civilians, China’s oppression of Uyghur Muslims in concentration camps, and Iranian and Syrian ethnic cleansing, Peter Wolf again directs his ire at Jews. He invokes misplaced moral principles to baselessly justify the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement’s assault on Israel and Jewry in an uninformed and inaccurate exegesis that seeks to warrant the savagery of those, like Hamas and Palestine Islamic Jihad, who mindlessly kill and maim Israeli civilians. more
Some subway riders who have seen how dangerous the platforms have become have lost faith in the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. more
Community boards may have a long wait ahead to learn the details of “City of Yes,” the auspicious name given to three citywide zoning text amendments Mayor Eric Adams announced last month. more
North Riverdale’s apprehensions about a proposed homeless men’s shelter at the corner of Broadway and West 262nd Street were reawakened this week. more
When city officials raise concern over a city contractor’s business practices, it’s usually in the best interest of said contractor to address those concerns. more
Lavrenti Beria, Joseph Stalin and Adolf Hitler are alive and well. Beria, Putin’s mentor at what is now the KGB, thrives in what a spokesman for French president Emmanuel Macron aptly described as Putin’s “paranoia” bordering on madness. more
It was a gaping hole in the middle of a Riverdale retail district between a medical office building and a Greek restaurant that seemed to memorialize that neighborhood’s most prolific battle. more
Merriam-Webster defines “déjà vu” as “something overly or unpleasantly familiar.” That aptly describes the repetition of two terrifying events that cast a pall — the potential of international armed conflict that could elevate bigotry and racism to a level not seen in decades. more
A consultant with one of the most active developers in this part of the Bronx is about to take on a new position. Former Bronx borough president Adolfo Carrión Jr., is set to become the next commissioner of the city's housing preservation and development department. more
Hal Dorfman designed a three-story single-family home for College Road a little more than a year ago. But even as winter continues on, potential construction is at a standstill while the property’ owners try to wade through some of the red tape put up by the Fieldston Property Owners Association. more
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