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The word processor for my cochlear implant.  A true miracle.  With the implant my hearing has gone from around 20% to 90%.

A Miracle to Restore Hearing For All

I was born deaf in my left ear. Nobody actually knew that until I was in the fourth grade or higher. In fact, in elementary school I was chastised for not paying attention. I still have report cards where teachers […]

Bronx Chronicle Photo of the Day: October 7, 2014

Bronx Chronicle Photo of the Day: October 7, 2014

by · October 7, 2014 · Photos
New York Confronts the Immigration Mess: What Will Progressives Do?

New York Confronts the Immigration Mess: What Will Progressives Do?

Post by Columnist Richard Brodsky, used with permission. Much of the country, and most blue states, have experienced the immigration crisis from a distance. The red states of Arizona and Texas have been the situs of the actual crisis, most […]

by · October 7, 2014 · Editorials, Politics
To Die With Dignity

To Die With Dignity

As I age there is one thing I am very sure and emphatic about. When the time comes I want to die with dignity at home. We are reading and hearing about many seniors who have lived their lives with […]

Bronx Chronicle Photo of the Day: October 6, 2014

Bronx Chronicle Photo of the Day: October 6, 2014

by · October 6, 2014 · Photos
Bronx Chronicle Photo of the Day: October 5, 2014

Bronx Chronicle Photo of the Day: October 5, 2014

by · October 5, 2014 · Photos

The Bronx Leadership Team

By Columnist Lewis H. Goldstein The Bronx is lucky to have a team of legislators which is dedicated to our borough and to continue its renaissance of THE BRONX. Overall they are very hard working and dedicated to the needs […]

by · October 4, 2014 · Editorials, Politics
Bronx Chronicle Photo of the Day: October 4, 2014

Bronx Chronicle Photo of the Day: October 4, 2014

by · October 4, 2014 · Photos
JOHN PHillips, noted animal rights activist and political pundit discussing the need to stop the abuse of Kapparot at a protest in Brooklyn.

Abuse of Animals in The Name of Religion?

By columnist Lewis H. Goldstein Jews all over the world are now recognizing the close of the New Year’s celebration, and the start of Yom Kippur, which is celebrated in many different ways across many communities. Many ultra-Orthodox here in […]

by · October 3, 2014 · Editorials, Religion
Bill de Blasio, Adam Smith and the Living Wage Movement

Bill de Blasio, Adam Smith and the Living Wage Movement

Post by Columnist Richard Brodsky, used with permission. “It is but equity that they who feed, clothe, and lodge the whole body of the people, should have such a share of the produce of their own labour as to be […]

by · October 3, 2014 · Business, Editorials, Politics
Bronx Chronicle Photo of the Day: October 3, 2014

Bronx Chronicle Photo of the Day: October 3, 2014

by · October 3, 2014 · Photos
Ebola:  Let Cooler Heads Prevail

Ebola: Let Cooler Heads Prevail

By columnist Lewis H. Goldstein Last night at a meeting of the Community Advisory Board (CAB) of the North Bronx Healthcare Network (Jacobi Medical Center and North Central Bronx Hospital) I, as a member of the CAB, was able to […]

A Veteran’s View on MOVA

A Veteran’s View on MOVA

Guest post submitted by Gonzalo Duran The misuse of time and energy wasted at legislation within the Mayor’s Office of Veteran Affairs (MOVA) continues to astonish me. The terse timeframe for the new Commissioner General, Loree Suttons’, statement that “She […]

by · October 2, 2014 · Editorials, Veterans
Bronx Chronicle Photo of the Day: October 2, 2014

Bronx Chronicle Photo of the Day: October 2, 2014

by · October 2, 2014 · Photos
Left to right: Ned Vaughn, Marc Baron, Travis Mills with Gene DeFrancis at the Washington DC GI Film Festival.

Walking Vets: PTSD, Suicide and the Unsung Heroes

By Contributor Gene DeFrancis The Walking Dead has become easily one of my favorite shows to watch on TV. I am so excited for its return. I still have not put my finger on why I love it so much […]

by · October 1, 2014 · Editorials, Veterans