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Covering: Van Nest, Morris Park, Pelham Gardens, Allerton, Castle Hill, Pelham Parkway, City Island, Westchester Square, Locust Point, Silver Beach, Edgewater Park, Ferry Point Park, Throggs Neck, Spencer Estate, Country Club, Pelham Bay

The south Bronx’s only beer garden is tapped and ready for business. Read more…
One of the Bronx’s and perhaps the nation’s most talented music producers will be paneling The Leadership Music Conference and Showcase at Manhattan’s Zanger Hall on Sunday, June 30. Read more…
Diversity

Diaz Marches In Yemeni American Day Parade

Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. marched in the inaugural Yemeni American Day Parade, which took place on Rhinelander Avenue. Read more…
The Queens’ based Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass has a broad collection of works by Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933), one of America’s most acclaimed artists who revolutionized the art of stained glass at the turn of the 20th century. Read more…
Event

City Island Rising Discusses Issues

Approximately 60 City Islanders filled Archie’s Tap and Table to capacity for the third meeting of City Island Rising. Read more…
Survivor I Am and CityParks PuppetMobile co-hosted ‘Bessie’s Big Shot,’ a free marionette puppet show, on Friday, June 7 at Bufano Park. Read more…
Health

Montefiore Musculoskeletal Center Opens

The center provides patients with individualized care, as appropriate, for their musculoskeletal health needs, bringing together the highest quality care under one roof. Read more…
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Dinowitz Marches In National PR Day Parade

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Dinowitz Marches In National PR Day Parade

On Sunday, June 9, Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz joined thousands of fellow New Yorkers to celebrate the 62nd Annual National Puerto Rican Day Parade. Read more…
Education

Gun Hill Brewing funds Bronxdale HS Costa Rica trip

Once finals are over and done with, a few Bronxdale High School students, on the Christopher Columbus Campus, are going to have some packing to do. Read more…
Health

Retired teacher helps families deal with abusive situations

A local volunteer is using her decades of experiences as an educator to help children and families in need. Read more…
Bronx Times

Crime novel’s TN setting hints at author’s Bronx stint

Author William Boyle has come to be both critically acclaimed and well-known for writing about his native Brooklyn, but his latest crime novel gives away one of the ‘plot twists’ in Boyle’s own life. Read more…
Roadmap to Health was developed in response to the rising rates of chronic disease in the United States. Read more…
Bronx Times

UFT Screens ‘Backpack Full of Cash’ Documentary

The United Federation of Teachers hosted a special screening of the acclaimed documentary, ‘Backpack Full of Cash’ at the UFT Bronx Learning Center. Read more…
Bronx Times

Santander, Housing Leaders Raise $1.7M For S. Bx Services

All proceeds from the event benefit Phipps Neighborhoods’ programs which provide quality education, career readiness training and connections to critical resources to communities in the south Bronx. Read more…
The longtime principal of a local private elementary school is ‘turning the page’ after more than 40 years of service to her school. Read more…
A few residents in a picturesque corner borough are raising concerns about loitering at a very scenic backdrop. Read more…
Car horns were honking and plastic buckets were converted into makeshift drums as Longwood Avenue and Southern Boulevard residents rallied to protest the area’s proposed rezoning outside of Fannie Lou Hamer Middle School. Read more…
Bronx Times

Janet Rothholz Ceramic Masks Exhibition

The masks will be on display at 3702 Riverdale Avenue until Sunday, July 28. Read more…
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Bronx DA’s Office Displays Robert Scott’s Artwork

The Bronx District Attorney’s Office displayed work by teacher Robert Scott from the Parkchester Enrichment Program for Seniors from his ‘What Does Elder Abuse Mean To You?’ Exhibit. Read more…
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WCS Honors Bloomberg At Gala Celebration

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WCS Honors Bloomberg At Gala Celebration

The gala honored a former NYC mayor. Read more…
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‘Sea-gate’ idea possible for Hutchinson River resiliency

A storm resiliency idea that could see the construction of a sea gate barrier on a borough river has local environmentalists expressing concern. Read more…
Bronx Times

Beyonce Dennis, NYPD Commissioner For A Day

Beyonce Dennis, a student from the Bronx Studio School for Writers and Artists, was chosen out of 100 participants to be NYPD’s Commissioner for a day. Read more…
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Police Blotter

Police reports around the borough. Read more…
Justice for Junior has been served. Read more…
Business

Bronx Chamber Hosts New Member Breakfast

The Bronx Chamber of Commerce hosted a New Member Breakfast sponsored by Apple Bank on Tuesday, June 4 at Jimmy’s Grand Cafe. Read more…
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Fernandez Hosts Reusable Bag Giveaway

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Fernandez Hosts Reusable Bag Giveaway

Over 150 bags were given out to the community. Read more…
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The Bridge Commemorates 65th Anniversary

Leaders of the real estate, business, banking, and non-profit sectors came together at NYC’s Mandarin Oriental Hotel on Tuesday, June 4 to celebrate the 65th anniversary of The Bridge. Read more…
Bronx Times

Around Town: News from your neighbors

Check out the latest announcements from Around Town. Read more…
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Soundview designer hosts wallet drive for Bronx kids

One Bronx apparel designer made it his mission to bring financial literacy for kids and teens back into style. Read more…
Art

CI Chamber Sponsors Spring Arts & Crafts Fair

The Bronx’s creativity was on full display at the annual arts and crafts fair in City Island. Read more…
A proposed therapy program for those suffering from substance abuse issues and eating disorders continues making waves. Read more…
Bronx Times

Fernandez, Ocasio-Cortez Meet Housing Advocates

Assemblywoman Nathalia Fernandez and Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez recently met with different housing advocates from the Northwest Bronx Community & Clergy Coalition, the Met Council on Housing, Neighborhood Initiatives Development Corporation and others. Read more…
Bronx Times

Salamanca Funds P.S. 352’s Sensory Room

Councilman Rafael Salamanca provided $150,000 in funding to P.S. 352 for the construction of a sensory room to be utilized by students with special needs and who are visually or verbally impaired. Read more…
Throggs Neck Memorial Post 1456 hosted its Memorial Day Ceremony on Monday, May 27 at 1456 Shore Drive. Read more…
Bronx Times

Educators in Albany for Teacher Diversity

The diversity gap between New York City’s teaching workforce and its student population is deeply concerning to New York educators — while 83 percent of the student population are students of color, less than half that number are teachers of color. Read more…
Bronx Times

Son Anthony Zottola put the hit on Sally Daz, brother: feds

A shocking twist was revealed in the murder case of beloved, neighborhood figure, 71-year-old Sylvester ‘Sally Daz’ Zottola and the attempted murder of his 41-year-old son, Salvatore. Read more…
A Bronx video game designer’s first-of-its-kind video game boxing league is bound to be a ‘knockout’ with gamers. Read more…
Community Service

Chippewa Dem Club Hosts 121st Dinner Dance

The Chippewa Democratic Club toasted several community leaders at its 121st annual Dinner Dance on Thursday, June 6 at Villa Barone Manor. Read more…
Councilman Mark Gjonaj was glad to congratulate and recognize everyone at Throggs Neck Community Action Partnership’s 19th Annual Poster Campaign Ceremony. Read more…
Bronx Times

Fernandez Co-Hosts Parkside Clean Up Day

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Fernandez Co-Hosts Parkside Clean Up Day

Assemblywoman Nathalia Fernandez co-hosted a community clean up at Parkside on Sunday, June 2. Read more…
Health

TNCAP’s Community Poster Campaign

Throggs Neck Community Action Partnership hosted its 19th annual Poster Campaign Ceremony at the Jeanne Jugan Residence. Read more…
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