Posts Tagged ‘reform’

Léman School Chef Masters the Art of Pleasing Kids’ Palates

Written by NY Press on . Posted in Downtown OTTY Awards, Special Sections

Jenny Gensterblum transforms cafeteria food into healthy and delectable meals By Alex Mikoulianitch Jenny Gensterblum isn’t your ordinary lunch lady working at Léman Preparatory School and flipping hash browns. She’s got an impressive arsenal of cooking skills up her sleeve, all backed by a degree from the French Culinary Institute in New York, which she [&hellip
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Bill O’Reilly’s Strange Days Are Over

Written by Chris Bragg on . Posted in Breaking News

With Joe Carvin’s departure from the race for the GOP U.S. Senate nomination, top consultant Bill O’Reilly’s strange couple of days are over. O’Reilly confirmed that with Carvin out of the race, he is now back doing press for Rep. Bob Turner, whose campaign for Congress was helped enormously by O’Reilly’s press work. But when [&hellip
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Step Up, Schumer

Written by admin on . Posted in Opinion and Column

To the Editor: Now that Senator Max Baucus’ quest for bipartisanship on a healthcare “reform” bill has churned out a mish-mash that neither Republicans nor Democrats support, is it possible for the committee to vote to replace him temporarily with a Democrat to shepherd this bill through? The Senate Parliamentarian says, gee, what a good [&hellip
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Health Care Reform of the Most Basic Kind

Written by admin on . Posted in Dewing Things Better, On Topic OTDT, Opinion and Column

First, here’s wishing Sal Silvestra Caputo, who faithfully delivered this paper for so many years, a full recovery from the fall that so unfortunately broke his hip. No, it didn’t happen delivering the papers, which even in clement weather is high-risk work in New York City. Nor was he knocked down by a “rogue cyclist” [&hellip
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Our Top Reforms

Written by admin on . Posted in Editorial, Opinion and Column

As Americans celebrate the Fourth of July with barbecues, beer and Hudson River fireworks, New Yorkers—particularly the elected variety—can reflect on the sorry condition of their own state government. In decades past, Albany hasn’t exactly been a beacon of democracy. But things have gotten decidedly worse over the past month, with the Senate deadlocked in [&hellip
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