Thursday, March 22, 2018
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Coming to the Music Hall — Italian Bred

Candice Guardino was born in Brooklyn and raised on Staten Island. With her loud Italian family by her side and her unique upbringing headed by her spitfire grandmother, Candice decided to create a theatrical comedy about growing up Italian Style and call it Italian Bred. After months of working the material on the comedy club circuit and then incorporating her musical theatre background, Candice wanted to create a show that she herself would love to see! Theaters all over the US are now calling to book this hilarious show.

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Dollars and Sense – Recycling in the Rivertowns

“Those were the days” – Archie and Edith Bunker’s nostalgic paean recalling a time when “girls were girls and men were men” could easily add a line and remain in keeping with the couple’s desire for – aaah – a simpler time: “when trash was trash and garbage was garbage.”

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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act-Individual Tax Reform

The newly enacted Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 is the most significant income tax overhaul since the Ronald Reagan presidency. This article is the second in a two-part series on tax reform. While the first article in this series focused on the income tax law pertaining to businesses, this article will focus on the changes made to individual income tax laws.

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What Happened to the USPS?

Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner is no stranger to submitting Letters to the Editor – and, on a regular basis. This particular letter addresses the state of decline in the postal service within our local area. A decline that has been spiraling downward for longer than a few recent weeks:

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