Bayonne wrong to shut down gallery; Remembering a Renaissance man from Prep; Where’s the neighborhood charm?| Letters

Bayonne should support small business Of all the foolish, bureaucratic time-wasting that can happen in this county, the recent harassment of the Bayonne gallery Dollhaus II might set a new standard. Based on recent reports, the owner, Emma Louise, has been bullied by city officials for placing pink mannequins outside […]

Arts & Letters Every Day

Periodicals that evaluation books, recordings, and movies can help mother and father determine what they feel is appropriate for their kids. Viewing selections can, and will, be made at home, with out government interference. It’s romantic fluff.” But she’d just been to see Verdi’s Falstaff at the Met, and that, […]

Giant ‘Happy Birthday’ letters have been passed around Arlington for months. They’ve become so popular, there’s a waiting list to claim them for a day

For Diamond, the vagabond decorations were a letter-perfect touch of cheer in an otherwise dreary year. When she received the letters, she set them up in the couple’s living room. Harold loved them. “It made for a really fun birthday celebration,” said Diamond, who had to borrow her sister’s car […]

Vaccinating smokers put too many people on line with seniors; Active rec in Liberty State Park mustn’t harm restoration; Topsy-turvy world in Jersey City politics | Letters

State must rethink vax plan I have read with great interest the opinion piece in The Jersey Journal (“Vaccine rollout a massive failure for seniors”; Jan. 29) and agree with everything written in the article. It was spot on, as were the letters by senior citizens relating the problems in securing […]

Letters to editor for Monday, Oct. 26, 2020

Letter writers, Gannett Published 6:00 a.m. ET Oct. 26, 2020 David Cohen, USA TODAY Network (Photo: USA TODAY Network) A vote to make registering easier The crash of Florida’s online voter registration website on the last day to register, due to a surge of potential voters wanting to participate in the […]

Holding Big Oil accountable; Protect Liberty State Park; Jersey City council got housing ordinance right | Letters

Momentum rising against Big Oil Ed Potosnak is right (“More NJ cities should follow Hoboken’s lead, sue Big Oil”). ExxonMobil and other Big Oil companies deserve to be held accountable for misleading the public for decades about the climate change damages they knew their products would cause. However, he understated […]

Bert Bell for IGU board | Letters To Editor

To the editor: Bert Bell’s willingness to serve on the Interior Gas Utility board is a unique opportunity for the Fairbanks North Star Borough to have benefit of his 40-plus years of engineering and commercial construction experience when moving the utility into the execution and distribution phases of making affordable gas […]