CURRENT COMMENTARY: The Greek Soap Opera Reaches A Climax By LARRY M. ELKIN

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The long-running Greek soap opera may be reaching its climax – a fitting term, derived as it is from a Greek word for “ladder.” It has been a long climb. I reach this conclusion with some trepidation, because when it comes to leaders of any nation in continental Europe, it is never a good idea to underestimate the capacity for …

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CURRENT COMMENTARY: The South Capitulates, 150 Years After Appomattox By LARRY M. ELKIN

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                                                South Carolina Statehouse. Photo by and courtesy of by Flickr user eyeliam. | Flickr The Civil War ended at Appomattox 150 years ago, but the South only capitulated this week in Columbia, South Carolina. Just a few …

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CURRENT COMMENTARY: Deadbeat Morality By LARRY M. ELKIN

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The next time a young adult asks me why he or she needs a prenuptial agreement, I am going to suggest Googling Lee Siegel. Siegel is a writer who garnered attention recently with an opinion column in The New York Times in which he proudly – some would say brazenly – defended his choice to knowingly default on his student …

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White Plains CitizeNetReporter Publisher John Bailey and The Men’s Wearhouse Vice-President of Stores / EAS Andrew Vogt on Westchester On the Level – Monday, June 22, 2015 @10am ET

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YONKERS, NY — June 20, 2015 — Monday Co-hosts John Bailey, White Plains CitizeNetReporter Publisher, and Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Publisher, open the broadcast day to delve into the hyperlocal news that emanates and / or impacts the respective cities they cover, White Plains’ city government, as well as governance specific to the seat of Westchester County government, and to Yonkers, the largest …

eHeziWhite Plains CitizeNetReporter Publisher John Bailey and The Men’s Wearhouse Vice-President of Stores / EAS Andrew Vogt on Westchester On the Level – Monday, June 22, 2015 @10am ET

Improve Your Yard: How to Hire a Lawn Care or Landscape Professional

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  According to a recent survey by the Harris Poll with the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP), 47% of Americans wish they could hire landscape professionals to improve their yards, and 67% think that professional landscape help would allow them to have a nicer yard. Most Americans think it is important to have a yard (83%) and to spend …

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Legal Services of The Hudson Valley Announces New LGBTQ Legal Project

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WHITE PLAINS, NY — June 19, 2015 – Barbara Finkelstein, Chief Executive Officer of Legal Services of the Hudson Valley (LSHV), announced the creation of a new legal project within the organization, which will be dedicated to serving low-income Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer/Questioning (LGBTQ) individuals in Westchester County. Ms. Finkelstein said, “We are extremely excited to start work …

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CURRENT COMMENTARY: The First Spin of Obamacare’s Death Spiral By LARRY M. ELKIN

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The Affordable Care Act seems to be entering the first turn of what will likely prove to be a death spiral. While the development is grim, it is not exactly unforeseen. On the contrary, the law is behaving exactly as expected. When sick people gained the right to buy health insurance at the same price as healthy people, guess what? …

eHeziCURRENT COMMENTARY: The First Spin of Obamacare’s Death Spiral By LARRY M. ELKIN