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MARY MARKOS Associate Editor   There’s a senior center where elderly residents aren’t just playing an occasional game of bingo and eating mediocre cafeteria food, but where they are checking dreams off their bucket lists and socializing. “When you are 85, 88, or 89 years old, that does not mean that you are done thinking Read More

SOL GITTLEMAN Special to the Journal In 1907, immigration was the hot-button election issue. For the past twenty years, the United States had witnessed a tsunami of impoverished people from Eastern and Southern Europe who filled the urban ghettoes of American big cities. These neighborhoods, described by The New York Times as “the filthiest places Read More