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First weeks of school, 2015: Little legs trundle down the block, wobbling under the weight of outsized backpacks. Older children meander toward the bus stop . . . more
The Keystone XL pipeline is exactly the economic windfall this country needs. A congressional hot topic since 2011, the pipeline would carry crude oil . . . more
I’m sure there are at least a few readers who remember two great comedians, the late Alan King and Bob Newhart. One of their favorite topics was the hazards of air travel. more
To paraphrase the question posed in a popular hotel commercial, “Should we stay or should we go?” In the almost decade and a half since the terrorist attacks on New York . . . more
Long Island friends, take note. Believe it or not, the hottest ticket in town isn’t the Mets. It’s Pope Francis. After arriving in Washington on Tuesday . . . more
I guess we all expected Pope Francis to touch on issues of income inequality. And it’s no surprise that New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio focuses on the same issues, as does . . . more
This may go down in history as the Summer of Abysmal Ignorance. Yesterday I thought I was having a post-traumatic-stress reaction, but it was only transitory anxiety at the reappearance of Sister Sarah. more
The verdict is in. As things stand now, the residents of the City of Long Beach will not be funding a $128 million tax break for luxury billionaire developer iStar. more
I am angry with Governor Cuomo. No, I am furious. more
Five years ago I wrote a column critiquing the food being served in our school lunch programs. This week, with most schools in their second week, I’m here to tell you that mac and cheese still rules. more
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