Riverdale Review

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The Riverdale Review is a weekly newspaper serving the Riverdale section of the Bronx in New York City. It is published by the Metro North Media Group, which also publishes the weekly Bronx Press-Review.

The Riverdale Review was initially launched in 1993 by publisher Andrew Wolf as an alternative to the Pulitzer Prize-winning[1][2]Riverdale Press, the other local paper. There are several differences the casual observer can note between the publications. A few of these include: while the Press costs $1.00, the Review is free; the Press tends toward taking a more liberal position on local and city politics than the Review; the Review is in tabloid format; the Review has a weekly political cartoon. Both newspapers are widely read in the community and influence local debate.

Publisher Andrew Wolf also wrote a column focusing primarily on city education issues for the New York Sun until that paper's demise in September, 2008, however he continues to occasionally write for the Sun's website and is an occasional blogger for the Huffington Post. Wolf's columns for the Sun as well as editorials for the Riverdale Review can be viewed at Andywolf.net[2].


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  1. ^ Bronx Beat: Riverdale is no stranger to terror, May 26th 2009, Daily News, [1]
  2. ^ Who's who of Pulitzer Prize winners,By Elizabeth A. Brennan, Elizabeth C. Clarage, Greenwood Publishing Group, 1999, p. 195

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