Posts Tagged ‘Open Forum’

How to Make the Holidays a Time of Positive Change… Even If You’re Alone!

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You can make the holidays a time of dramatic change and healing by using your innate intuitive abilities in a conscious and directed way. By Laura Day Holidays are supposed to be a time when families unite, when you are reminded of your childhood or revisit the memories of yourself over the years. Some may [&hellip
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We Need More Classrooms at Riverside Center

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It’s time for the city and Extell to take responsibility By Noah E. Gotbaum As is well known, the entirety of Community School District 3—stretching from Lincoln Center to Central Harlem—faces a serious schools overcrowding crisis. In 2010, District 3 had two of the top 10 most overcrowded school zones in the city, with eight [&hellip
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A Breed Apart

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Some dogs don’t make the pack By Jeff Nichols I took a job at a company that professed to being a “premium” dog-walking service. The company only walked one or two dogs at a time and their website implied that the ratio was a healthy alternative to “mass group” walks. Who would disagree? We’ve all [&hellip
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Law Would Hurt N.Y.’s Ability to Stoke Innovation

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Would impose obstacles for investors in telecommunications By Jim Gerace In these uncertain economic times, it is critical that our lawmakers in Albany make good decisions that promote jobs, investment and innovation. Wise public policy decisions are those that encourage job creation and investment in communities throughout by helping to grow the state’s “innovation economy.”
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