By Richard Lee Roll up, roll up for the mystery tour… Those lines from the Beatles 1967 film and album “Magical Mystery Tour” are my way of inviting you to join me on a journey through this year’s New York… Read More ›
By Richard Lee The long-standing journalism mantra “If it bleeds, it leads” holds true for the media’s coverage of the war in Ukraine, according to data compiled by students in a journalism course at St. Bonaventure University. The data showed… Read More ›
By Michael P. Riccards Pope Francis has convened a papal synod in Rome, and as preparation, he has taken the extraordinary step of asking dioceses to hold listening sessions on the parish levels, and then the information will go to the bishops and… Read More ›
For several weeks, the Ukraine war has dominated the news cycle. The conflict certainly deserves heavy news coverage, but is the public missing out on other important news stories that have a more direct impact on their daily lives –… Read More ›
By Emily Lewandowski On scale of one to five, with one being no impact and five being devastating, the indictment of New York Lt. Gov. Brian Benjamin is a three. Benjamin resigned from office after charges in a criminal case… Read More ›
Regardless of country, we share a common agenda of preserving the air, land, and water and the climate of our planet for ourselves and posterity.
When it comes to baseball, New Yorkers have no political divides.