The One Hundredth Anniversary Remembrance of the Cessation of World War I in Europe
By Mayor MARY C. MARVIN, Esq.

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VILLAGE OF BRONXVILLE, NY — November 20, 2018  — I was so moved by the hundredth anniversary remembrance of the cessation of World War I in Europe. It made me think what our country was feeling collectively as a nation at the time. A little known, but poignant tradition in our country since our founding, has been a Thanksgiving Proclamation …

eHeziThe One Hundredth Anniversary Remembrance of the Cessation of World War I in Europe
By Mayor MARY C. MARVIN, Esq.

Investigative Report: The Grinch Who Stole Thanksgiving 2011 is Alleged to Be Lorraine Lopez By HEZI ARIS

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  Lorraine Lopez (left) and former Mayor Phil Amicone (right) during a past Thanksgiving Day distribution drive.>>> YONKERS, NY – February 6, 2012 — Lorraine Lopez worked as the food drive coordinator at the Yonkers Office of Constituent Services. It was claimed that under her aegis and effort over 3,000 Thanksgiving meals were provided in 2010.  The financial stress felt …

eHeziInvestigative Report: The Grinch Who Stole Thanksgiving 2011 is Alleged to Be Lorraine Lopez By HEZI ARIS

Ed Koch Commentary: Power to The People – They Have It Now but Haven’t Used It By ED KOCH

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Thanksgiving is a wonderful holiday.  Its very name, “Thanks Giving,” a day to give thanks, makes it unique.  For 364 days a year, we take for granted how lucky we are to live in this special land we call America, a country of amazing energy and variety. When Thanksgiving arrives – which we usually celebrate as a five-day holiday weekend, …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary: Power to The People – They Have It Now but Haven’t Used It By ED KOCH