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Bronx Times Reporter

Amusement park’s failure debunked; DVD celebrates Freedomland, USA

A historic piece of the Bronx is now preserved digitally. Read more…

Wave Hill offers open-air art sessions, cooking demo

Upcoming events at Wave Hill, 675 W. 252nd Street, include. Read more…

BRIO winners to headline free concert; Longwood Arts presents Linger

Velvet Ross, winner of the 2008 BRIO (Bronx Recognizes Its Own) Individual Artist award for vocal performance will headline a free concert hosted by Bronx Council on the Arts at Christ Church Riverdale on June 7, at 3 pm in celebration of the council’s twentieth anniversary of its prestigious independent artist recognition program. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Enjoy wine tasting at Wave Hill; Parkchester Chorus presents spring concert

June and July evenings, enjoy this rare opportunity to experience Wave Hill’s lush gardens and incredible vistas of the Hudson as the sun sets. Relax, dream and share a New York State of Mind with friends, or explore the landscape on your own. Enjoy free New York State wine tastings; purchase delectable goods produced by local farmers and food purveyors—many of them vendors who have been featured recently in The New York Time and have an established presence at Brooklyn Flea. Reserve a Sunset Supper and dine on the Terrace of the Wave Hill Café. Enjoy the cash bar at Wave Hill House. Read more…

The Edible Garden takes over NYBG

During the summer months when people’s thoughts turn to picnics, barbecues, and leisurely meals at outdoor parties and cafes, The New York Botanical Garden will present The Edible Garden, a campuswide, summer-long celebration of growing great food. From June 27 through September 13, visitors to the Garden will enjoy multiple exhibits, including Martha Stewart’s Culinary Herb Garden, the Beginner’s Vegetable Garden, and a flower show in the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory called Tropical Fruits, Roots, and Shoots; two festival weekends—one in June and one in September—that celebrate local, sustainable food choices and global cuisine; seven Thursday evening events that include wine and beer tastings; foodrelated programming; and more. Read more…
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