Love Thy Neighbor

When I was in high school, my friend group resembled the United Nations. From them, I learned about the importance of Greek school, the deliciousness of lumpia (Filipino egg rolls) and why Muslim girls wear hijabs. The diversity of...
Last week’s announcement by the Boy Scouts of America that it would accept girls into its organization was called progressive and empowering; however, the move is a sad attempt by an organization that finds itself grasping at straws to...
Last week, Amazon set off a cluster-scrum among cities across the country when the mega-corporation announced it is seeking to build a second headquarters. According to published reports, the winning city gets a $5 billion investment and 50,000 new...
The 1964 political satire Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb follows the War Room exploits of the President of the United States, his many advisors and adversaries, along with Dr. Strangelove, a...
The time may pass, but the pain is always there. September 11, whose significance drastically changed 16 years ago, is once again upon us. Communities across Long Island have had their share of loss amid the thousands who perished that...