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In the second century BCE, a small group of courageous Jews rose up against their oppressors who had outlawed Jewish rituals and freedom of worship. more
It’s that time of year again — eight crazy nights as Adam Sandler calls it; yes, the Festival of Lights, Hanukkah is here once again. more
December is here already, the end of our secular year. 2019 is upon us. Yes, the new secular year is ready to explode with the surprises that only the unknown future can present to us. Therefore, … more
I first heard the news that the Iraqi military had rolled into Kuwait on Aug. 3, 1990, the day after the invasion. I can’t forget that moment. I was watching over 9- and 10-year-old boys at the … more
Whenever the discussion turns to Long Island real estate, someone is bound to bring up apartment buildings. People are usually for or against them. The same arguments have played out over the past 20 years . . . more
When I flew to Bermuda for my wedding trip on July 4, 1968, I wore an ensemble, a matching coat and dress, heels, straw hat and white gloves. Dressing to fly . . . more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo deserves great credit, not endless second-guessing, for bringing Amazon to Long Island City. Amazon’s choice of New York for a new headquarters is something all New Yorkers . . . more
South Nassau Communities Hospital has been working to restore and improve health care in Long Beach for the past five years, and has made a major commitment with a new $40 million medical arts pavilion, which will bring . . . more
Yes! A federal judge ruled that the White House must reinstate the press credential for CNN’s Jim Acosta. Acosta was denied White House press access after . . . more
For many years, New York state government has been divided between the two major parties. Neither Assembly Democrats nor Senate Republicans . . . more
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