Arts & Entertainment

Sunday, Aug. 17, 2008

Bronx Times Reporter

Loretta’s pizza rebuilds; grand re-opening planned

When Loretta’s Pizza caught fire and was all but destroyed last April, many in the neighborhood and beyond were concerned that the popular eatery, which has been of service to school lunch programs in the area, would shut its doors for good. Read more…

MoMA offers hands-on art experience

A dozen students from throughout the Bronx made the grade this summer as they sharpened their art inspired trades with the Museum of Modern Art program “In the Making.” Read more…

Bronx graffiti troupe tags Lord & Taylor’s

Local Bronx businesses don’t want graffiti on their storefronts, but one popular New York department store demanded it...all over their store.  Read more…

Thursday, Aug. 14, 2008

Bronx Times Reporter

Pizzeria owner braves the recent heat wave

The recent heat waves plaguing the Bronx have made it uncomfortable for many local residents, but for Mike Ditroia, the above-90 degree weather outside is like an arctic blast compared to what he has to deal with on a daily basis.  Read more…

Food Factory edges toward grand opening celebration

The anticipated new restaurant catering to the Zerega industrial business community has finally arrived on the scene to provide gourmet food for all kinds of palates. Read more…

Rock on the Bronx

ITEM: Bronx rock lives in all its infamous glory in a local band called The Broken Steps! Read more…

Koppell alots arts funding

Councilman Oliver Koppell has allocated $142,000 from his discretionary Council funds to Bronx arts organizations that provide cultural programs in his district.  A portion of  these funds are for school programs that bring enrichment and the opportunity to learn a musical instrument to young people in district schools. Organizations that provide in-school programs include. Read more…
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