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Rev. J. Loren Russell

Matters of Faith: Live Like You’re Free

By Rev. J. Loren Russell What should we say? Should we keep on sinning, so that God’s wonderful kindness will show up even better? 2 No, we should not! If we are dead to sin, how can we go on […]

by · August 16, 2020 · Matters of Faith, Religion
Matters of Faith: We’re In This Together

Matters of Faith: We’re In This Together

By: Rev. J. Loren Russell “Now Amalek came and fought with Israel in Rephidim. And Moses said to Joshua, “Choose us some men and go out, fight with Amalek. Tomorrow I will stand on the top of the hill with […]

by · June 14, 2020 · Faith, Matters of Faith, Religion
Financial Focus: The coronavirus has bankrupted some of our 20th Century economy’s icons

Financial Focus: The coronavirus has bankrupted some of our 20th Century economy’s icons

By Professor Anthony Rivieccio MBA PFA Well, pretty soon, I’ll be making a choice on Social Security. Yes, I’m getting old. I will be 60 soon and I’m okay with it. I have an adopted sibling who calls me, “Uncle […]

Matters of Faith: Exercise Self-Control

Matters of Faith: Exercise Self-Control

“Repay no one evil for evil. Have regard for good things in the sight of all men. If it is possible, as much as depends on you, live peaceably with all men.” Romans 12:17-18 NKJV The subject of this article […]

by · May 31, 2020 · Matters of Faith, Religion
Remember The Meaning Of Memorial Day And The Pandemic

Remember The Meaning Of Memorial Day And The Pandemic

This Memorial Day is different as we honor those who served this country and became our fallen heroes. The Coronavirus pandemic has caused the difference.   This columnist roamed around the Pelham Bay community this holiday weekend. There were hardly any […]

by · May 25, 2020 · Holidays
Pandemic Notebook: Not Out Of the Woods

Pandemic Notebook: Not Out Of the Woods

By Rich Mancuso It all depends on numbers. All of the COVID-19 reports of declines in hospital admissions, unfortunate deaths, and testing are all a matter of listening and understanding what they are informing on a daily basis. But face […]

by · May 19, 2020 · Features
The CARES ACT, a $2 trillion stimulus package was passed by Congress to provide direct payments of up to $1,200 for Americans impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Financial Focus: The New Normal — The Coronavirus Investment Fund

My job as a financial advisor today is most interesting. The questions are abound? ” What should I do about the stock market”? Why is my 401k down? How can I get my account to go up? If I could […]

Owners Or Players?

Owners Or Players?

By Rich Mancuso/ Sports Editor When boxing promoters begin the process of a mega fight the negotiations of earnings begins at a 50/50 split. There are other elements in the process as they bargain and usually it becomes a 60/40 […]

by · May 15, 2020 · Sports
Pandemic Notebook At The Park And Dentist

Pandemic Notebook At The Park And Dentist

By Rich Mancuso/ Sports Editor The numbers are indicating there is a decline of the bad news we have been accustomed to hearing the last eight weeks during this pandemic. That  optimism has seen more take to the streets and […]

by · May 12, 2020 · Local News
Navy Blue Angels and Air Force Thunderbirds teams conduct a flyover New York City to honor medical workers on Tuesday, April 28, 2020. Credit: Michael Appleton/Mayoral Photography Office.

Navy Blue Angels and Air Force Thunderbirds honor NYC medical workers with a flyover

Navy Blue Angels and Air Force Thunderbirds demonstration teams honored essential workers in New York City by performing an extended flyover of the city. A dozen aircraft flew over the New York City area beginning at noon on Tuesday, followed […]

by · May 10, 2020 · News
Boxing Was All About “Jimmy’s Corner”

Boxing Was All About “Jimmy’s Corner”

By Rich Mancuso/ Sports Editor Jimmy Glenn was associated with boxing as a cut man and trainer. You knew Jimmy,  he welcomed you as family. You didn’t know him and that did not matter. You see he was an original. […]

by · May 7, 2020 · Sports
Councilman Rev. Ruben Diaz, Sr.

WYSK: THE DEATH OF AGING IN THE OLD HOME

You should know, according to news reports, between 46 to 100 elderly New Yorkers have died from the Coronavirus, in a residence center for elderly people in Upper Manhattan, where most residents are Dominicans. Isabella Geriatric Center located at 515 […]

by · May 3, 2020 · What You Should Know
Governor Cuomo performs part of a three-step disinfectant process of a New York City Subway #7 train car at the Corona Maintenance Facility in the borough of Queens, NY Saturday morning May 2. Photo credit: Kevin P. Coughlin / Office of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo.

Governor Cuomo Tours NYC Subway Cars Being Disinfected for COVID-19

On Saturday, May 2, Governor Andrew Cuomo toured a Queens train facility where he observed NYC Subway workers using chemical disinfectant on and cleaning subway cars. Afterwards, he delivered a daily briefing on the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic. “We want people […]

Spiritual Inspiration: Love One Another

Spiritual Inspiration: Love One Another

Like so many of you, I’ve had family and friends who have lost their lives or their health during this COVID 19 pandemic. I liken it to a prize fight where you get rocked by a devastating punch. But before […]

Navy Blue Angels and Air Force Thunderbirds teams conduct a flyover New York City to honor medical workers on Tuesday, April 28, 2020. Credit: Michael Appleton/Mayoral Photography Office.

Blue Angels, Thunderbirds soar in ‘America Strong’ tribute

On Tuesday, US Navy Blue Angels and US Air Force Thunderbirds demonstratiom teams conducted a flyover New York City to honor medical workers, first responders and other essential workers who are battling the coronavirus pandemic. Dubbed “America Strong,” the planes […]

by · April 29, 2020 · News