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Friday, June 19, 2009

Borough-wide

Nan Clark releases 4th fun book

If you like cats and enjoy humorous puzzles, then this book is purrfect. Read more…

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Bronx Times Reporter

E. Bronx Forum to present ‘The Old Put’

The East Bronx History Forum will feature “The Old Put” at their June 17th meeting at the Huntington Free Library. It’s been many years since most of us have traveled from the Bronx on the old Putman Railroad and longer still since we’ve seen a steam engine in operation. Passenger service on the Putnam line ended in 1958 and the last freight train to Carmel rolled into that station in 1970. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Noted photographer adds artwork to waiting area

Upon the loss of her mother, Elaine Poggi, founder of The Foundation for Photo/Art in Hospitals, vowed to bring light, color, soothing images, comfort and hope to patients and their families in hospitals around the world. A noted photographer, Poggi has traveled far and wide capturing breath taking images of nature. Recently, Poggi’s foundation teamed up with another special organization, AHRC New York City, a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals with intellectual disabilities, to donate 10 pieces of original photography to Jacobi Medical Center. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Explore baseball’s early roots at Bartow-Pell

Get a lead on Fathers’ Day, and transport dad or granddad back in time to an 1864 “match” of “base ball” complete with authentic rules and replica bats, balls, and uniforms—but no helmets or gloves! Read more…
Borough-wide

Bronx Stage & Film Co. presents BXFF

The Bronx Stage & Film Company will present the 7th Annual Bronx Independent Film Festival (BXFF) June 18 to 20 at Lehman Stages (Lehman College) showcasing narrative and documentary films and filmmakers from around the world. Visit http://www.bronxstage.com for the latest film schedule, credits and directions. Read more…
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