When I look in the mirror, for the first 5 seconds I still see a twenty- year -old. Then the visible wrinkles around my eyes and jowls provide a friendly reminder that I’m not twenty anymore. Continue Reading →
Due to weather conditions from strong winds and heavy rain are expected that can cause flying debris, turn unsecured objects into projectiles, and cause power outages on all Harlem, Hudson, and New Haven Line services are suspended on the Metro-North Railroad. Continue Reading →
The American Psychiatric Association (APA) says in a new study that Americans from Harlem to Hollywood are more anxious today than they were a year ago, with 39 percent of people reporting feeling more anxiety. Continue Reading →
Law enforcement officers play an important role in our criminal justice system. We rely on the police to keep our communities safe, and to treat us fairly regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, or residence. Continue Reading →
“The earth laughs in flowers,” said the American poet Ralph Waldo Emerson. I believe the earth not only laughs in flowers but also in trees, animals, fruits, and vegetables! Continue Reading →
Earlier this week we posted the article Health Department Releases New Data Showing How NYers Are Exposed To Secondhand Smoke. We know there is no safe level of exposure to secondhand smoke.
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