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by Marianne Olive Local business owner Marianne Olive responds here to the 9/20 post Anarchy in Nyack There once was a time when Nyack...

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by Curabad Does anyone else in Nyack, find it odd that each Thursday, Friday and Saturday (at the minimum) night the streets of Nyack...

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On the auspicious occasion of the 11th Annual African American Day Parade and the triumphant return of the Super Bowl winning McCourty twins, NyackNewsAndViews...

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by Bill Batson Were it not for an assassin in Memphis in 1968, our nation’s Nobel Prize winning champion of nonviolence would have turned...

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by Bill Batson Major gaps in my ancestry explain my fascination with family, local and black history. I was born in the interval between...

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by Rev. Weldon McWilliams, Associate Minister, First Baptist Church of Spring Valley, NY Nyack, NY held its annual African-American Day parade earlier this month....

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by Bill Batson The Fellowship of Reconciliation, which operates its national social justice and peace program from this home in Upper Nyack, was founded 100 years...

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by Bill Batson The work of the Fellowship of Reconciliation  has transformed this home in Upper Nyack into Martin Luther King Jr.’s dreamcatcher. This...

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by Lisa Levart Anarchy. Pandemonium. Disarray. These are just a few of the synonyms for the word, “chaos.” But buried even deeper in chaos’s...

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by Bill Batson I was born in the interval between the March on Washington on August 28, 1963, where Martin Luther King Jr. gave...