Although I wasn't a big fan of Mr. Doctorow's novels (found them historically inaccurate -- somewhat far-fetched and much too politically liberal for my taste), may he rest in peace and condolences to his family.
Meanwhile, since we're on the subject of influential people who once lived in New Rochelle, does anyone have information where Elia Kazan once lived? In my opinion, Mr. Kazan was (and remains) one of America's greatest movie directors.
Any info would be deeply appreciated... View Comment
"Clinton still enjoys a 41-31 percent lead over Sanders..."
I wouldn't choose the word "enjoys" --
These numbers should tell you she's being weighed down by all the "baggage" (which includes the ones around her eyes) she's carrying these days.
"...DeJong, who is an EMT with the Lewisboro Volunteer Ambulance Corps (LVAC), told Daily Voice that she is "very honored” to be given such an award. She added that others who helped out at the scene deserve to share in the award as well. "
A true hero and role model for citizenship, courage and humility. Bless her! View Comment
I saw these pictures this morning in The Wall Street Journal and had mixed emotions.
Although many of us feel for Ms. Lee and wish her well, these pictures should have been held private and made exclusive to family.
We've become a society where we thrive on social media and, in many cases, fall victim to (and perversely relish) "TMI" or Too Much Information. View Comment
Re: "the S&P 500 Index was 805. Today (5/21/2015), the S&P 500 is on track to close over 2,130, which would be a 3rd record close in this month, alone."
Thank you Mr. Bernanke and Ms. Yellen... View Comment
For his 33-year run, Mr. Gradgrind NEVER watched one show...And, guess what? He never felt culturally deprived.
PS: By the way, he has an aversion for narcissism and sophomoric humor (as well as phony liberalism). View Comment