Robert F. Kennedy

Is New York Blessed?

It’s hard to consider a city that sustained the worst terror attack in history lucky. But when you look at the attempts made since 9-11 (and a few prior) to cause widespread carnage in New York, you have to count the blessings. In a city that seems to top terrorists’ most wanted list, plots have been hatched to bomb Bronx synagogues, Herald Square, the Lincoln Tunnel, the subway, the Long Island Rail Road and other sites with an extremely fortunate track record of 0.

Sound and Story

07/25/2003
Staff Writer
At first glance, the Lower West Side of Buffalo is not the most photogenic neighborhood. Seen through the lens of optometrist-turned-photographer Milton Rogovin, however, one of the poorest urban areas in New York State reveals a wealth of individual stories full of dramatic difficulty and bittersweet joy. His portraits of otherwise overlooked subjects (including growing families and longtime friends, steel mill workers, drug abusers, prostitutes and preachers) are currently on view in "The Forgotten Ones," an exhibition at the New-York Historical Society.

Israel Fooled On Death Of Al-Dura

06/13/2003
Associate Editor
The Palestiniansí first and greatest propaganda coup of the war was the shooting of Muhammed Al-Dura, the boy whose widely seen death in his fatherís arms at the very beginning of the war (Sept. 30, 2000) established the basic Palestinian legend: the heavily armed, trigger-happy Zionists killing the helpless, unarmed Palestinian child.
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