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We’re barely a month out from the Colonial Pipeline hacking, perpetrated by the Russian-speaking hacking group DarkSide, which left thousands of Americans without gas, preventing many from accessing food or medicine. Not long after that was the attack on JBS, the world’s largest meat supplie…

July is “Independent Retailer Month.” It is a shop-local event – similar to “Small Business Saturday” or “Plaid Friday” during the holidays – aimed at raising awareness of the value independent retailers and small business bring to our communities. It is also about encouraging local consumer…

In recent weeks we have seen the return of beloved community festivals and the continued decline of COVID-19 cases, with some counties even clearing all active cases for a time — something not seen in months.

The fixation with the hoarding of toilet paper as a reaction to virus fears is a reminder that we are fortunate that the age of “small buildings having a bench with holes through which the user may defecate or urinate” is long gone. (Merrian-Webster)

Studies by the Corporation for National and Community Service consistently show that only 19 percent of New York residents volunteer over the course of a year, placing us among the least engaged in the whole nation.

As originally conceived, the Endless Frontier Act was a surefire winner. It proposed to greatly expand the budget of the National Science Foundation, establish a new directorate at the agency focused on technology, and generally enliven the federal government’s efforts to encourage innovatio…

The recent military confrontation between Israel and Gaza-based Hamas militants spawned a regrettable yet predictable response: a surge in antisemitic attacks. Yet we all know it doesn’t take a flash of violence in the Middle East for people to give free rein to their hatred. Antisemitism co…