Opinions

OPINION: A day with my father

Someone once asked me, “If you could relive any day, what would it be?”  Well, I can’t pinpoint the exact date, but it would have been a summer day in 1964 or thereabouts.      … Full Article

OPINION: My memorable day at Ebbets Field

In times when tumultuous, seemingly intractable political battles wage — both nationally and locally — it is a relief to experience some moving memories from a simpler time. … Full Article

OPINION: The next great bathroom crusade

The debate over transgender bathroom access should have a trigger warning: Men beware. This controversy could expose the injustice of your gender-based lavatory privileges. … Full Article

OPINION: Taking afterschool on the road

Afterschool programs are vital to our nation’s children, families and communities. But they’re facing tough funding challenges. … Full Article

OPINION: Embracing empathetic citizenship

The late Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis once said that the most important office in the land is that of private citizen. Why would Justice Brandeis make this remark? After all, it is counterintuitive that private citizens be valued so highly. … Full Article

OPINION: Transformative Brooklyn in a new century

Nothing bespeaks awareness of planning for the new century in Brooklyn better than the office of Tucker Reed, head of the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership (DBP). … Full Article

OPINION: Changing the legacy of chess in Brooklyn

The game of chess exists completely in reality, calculation and strategy; chess players are rarely described as imaginative. … Full Article

OPINION: Law Day 2016

As many of you know, Law Day had its genesis in 1958 — as an occasion to celebrate our democratic society’s commitment to the rule of law.  And every year since, the American Bar Association has selected a theme to set the agenda for events across the country. … Full Article

OPINION: Make New York City transit great again

Have you ridden the subway recently? If you have, you’ve probably had a less than stellar experience. If you think things have gotten worse for New York City’s subway riders, it’s because they have. Lines are frequently overcrowded and many train cars are more than 60 years old. … Full Article

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