Opinion

‘Annie’: A review
Opinion

‘Annie’: A review

Westchester Broadway Theatre proudly presents its 201st production with “Annie”; what a celebration! Opening night started with the Bob Fitzsimmons Scholarship awarded to Nicolas Tabio, a senior from Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains. The scholarship was awarded to the valedictorian who is a member of the National Honor […]

Being on the wrong side of history
Opinion

Being on the wrong side of history

The Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement is on the right side of history in its fight against the illegal occupation of Palestine, which has been going on for the last 70 years. The Westchester County Board of Legislators showed cowardice in its condemnation of the BDS movement. Legislator Alfreda Williams […]

Medicaid and mental illness
Opinion

Medicaid and mental illness

To the Editor, As one who suffers from chronic illness and receives Medicaid, I have little faith in those who make the laws and are out of touch with the problems of their citizens. I am both an employee and patient at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Harrison. (Yes, I have […]

Parking at Rye Town Park
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Parking at Rye Town Park

 To the Editor, A funny thing happened on the way to Oakland Beach on Sunday, July 9 at about 1 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. Cars were lined up all the way up Dearborn Avenue, none of which could gain access to the parking area. Wow, I thought, did every one […]

The unwritten rulebook
Opinion Sports

The unwritten rulebook

  The tricky thing about unwritten rules is that when edicts aren’t spelled out in black and white, it leaves an awful lot of room for gray area. Perhaps no sport in the world has more unwritten rules than baseball. Coming in at 284 pages long, the official Major League […]