Opinion

Hundreds celebrate Bob Kemp Day

Certainly the promise of free food, music and community helped, but hundreds turned out for the fifth annual Bob Kemp Day, sponsored by the 51 Division Community Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) and some local merchants. Many were there Aug. 15 ...

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Lone Ranger and our golden age

Don’t ignore The Lone Ranger movie because a villain in it was portrayed with a hare-lip and politically correct gripers are cruelly focusing on that, which just spotlights any kid similarly afflicted as a victim, which is worse. The movie ...

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Have citizens decide transit plans

Three strikes and you’re out is a pretty good principle to apply to human activity. After a third big mistake, maybe it’s time to look for a new way of making decisions. City council’s approval to extend the Danforth subway ...

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