Guest Opinion: Don’t Demolish a Vibrant Midtown Nabe

Guest Opinion: Don’t Demolish a Vibrant Midtown Nabe

BY EUGENE SINIGALLIANO | My neighbors and I have lived at 251 West 30th Street, in the heart of the Penn Station district, since 1979. We raised our kids there and many of us became lifelong friends. We are senior citizens now and consider ourselves incredibly fortunate to live in rent-stabilized apartments in New York City—but we are now facing eviction, as […]

As Dems Celebrate Averting Election Disaster, We Can’t Ignore the Voters We’re Losing

As Dems Celebrate Averting Election Disaster, We Can’t Ignore the Voters We’re Losing

BY NYC MAYOR ERIC ADAMS | Election Day is over. And though Americans did not speak with one voice, working-class voters sent a clear message: They are deeply concerned about the economy, crime, and inflation. They are also increasingly looking for leadership that acknowledges their concerns and defends their interests, regardless of party. Because for America’s working-class […]

Guest Opinion: Why is This Street Closed?

Guest Opinion: Why is This Street Closed?

By Molly Harris, Carin Ehrenberg, Nico McLane, Terry Cundiff, Kathy Ellman, Diane Lazarus, Cindy Loomis, Joe Neuhaus, Jeff Preston, Steven Schram, Aaron Schwarz, Melissa Stern, Aida Thomas, Lowell Thomas, and Amelia Weir. Early in the pandemic, the City temporarily closed several streets in Chelsea to create outdoor areas during a time when residents were cooped […]

Guest Opinion: Rikers Reform

Guest Opinion: Rikers Reform

BY NYC MAYOR ERIC ADAMS | When I came into office as the 110th Mayor, there was no question that the city’s main jail, Rikers Island, was in serious need of reform and repair. Anyone who has set foot in Rikers in years past, from family members to correction officers to those awaiting trial, have […]

Why Vote for Joe Maffia?

Why Vote for Joe Maffia?

BY JOE MAFFIA (Assembly candidate for the 75th Assembly District) | Our political landscape has become divided between two political parties, each representing a wide range of people. But the loud voices on the extreme right and left do not necessarily represent most of the people both parties, who land more toward the middle. Since […]

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