Nyack is a treasure. People here really love each and support each other, whether it's Pride weekend, the African American Day parade, or any of the many, many other community celebrations and observances. It's a hopeful space in an increasingly dark world. - Elizabeth
Civility in a Hyperpartisan Era WNYC Radio: Andrew Reiner, who teaches in the Honors College and English department at Towson University and leads a seminar called "Mister Rogers 101: Why Civility and Community Still Matter,” discusses why civility and community are vital in the current political climate.
Evidence of the Bliss Grocery on Northern Boulevard in Queens. Sent in by Lenox who's only comment was: Nirvana in the milk aisle, or namesake of Neziah Bliss?
From The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Tuesday August 18th, 1936.
From The New Yorker, June 29,1987 FRENCHY AND THE PERSIANS By Calvin Trillin AMERICAN CHRONICLES about deceit in the antiquities business. Daniel Kohl, proprietor of Old King Kohl’s Antique Shop in N.Y., was a sort of rug-stealing… From The New Yorker Archives (Subscription Required)