Bronx Times Reporter

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MOMIX at Lehman Center

Lehman Center for the Performing Arts presents MOMIX, a company of dancer-illusionists known internationally for presenting work of exceptional inventiveness and physical beauty, to perform the “Best of MOMIX,” a compilation of the company’s most famous and recognizable vignettes spanning 25 years of work. The company performs on Sun., Nov. 1, at 6 pm at the Concert Hall at Lehman Center, 250 Bedford Park Boulevard West on the campus of Lehman College. Tickets cost $35, $30 & $25 (tickets for children 12 and under cost only $10, any seat) and can be purchased by calling (718) 960-8833. Read more…

Montefiore opens first-stop cancer center on Jarrett Pl.

Remember when your friend was diagnosed with cancer? Remember how your friend schlepped from doctor to doctor? The surgeon. The radiologist. The therapist. The psychologist. Remember the frustration and fatigue? Read more…

Former veteran’s post commander, Joe Mazzariello, dies

Joe Mazzariello will be remembered as many things – from a loving father and devoted husband, to a man that cared about his fellow veterans and did everything he could to make their lives easier. Read more…

Rail crash on Sackett Avenue

A woman and two children flirted with disaster on Tuesday, October 13 when their Acura sedan smashed through an Amtrak fence and careened close to the railroad tracks. Read more…

Groundbreaking held for Fenton Avenue convent

Their prayers have been answered. The Sisters Oblates to the Blessed Trinity this week celebrated the groundbreaking for their new convent, finally giving them a place they can call their own. Read more…

Landlord clears most building violations

The city took the owner of a 136-unit apartment building on Pelham Parkway to court for repairs after serious violations came to light. The number of violations are being reduced, but more work needs to be done, according to tenants and housing advocates. Read more…

Bobbie’s owner promises MP-friendly restaurant

The owner of Bobbie’s Café Lounge has given the troublesome manager the boot in hopes of becoming a community-friendly establishment. Read more…

49th honors 3 as ‘Cops of Month’

During the 49th Precinct Community Council Meeting, the heroics and dedication of three men were honored with the September ‘Cop of the Month’ Award, sponsored by Senator Jeff Klein. Read more…

Liquor license cancellation

The Déjà vu saga continues as the local night spot owner is fighting the cancelation of the establishment’s liquor license in order to remain open for business. Read more…

Pelham Parkway barrieris finally chosen

With the final barrier now cleared it looks as if the Pelham Parkway reconstruction will finally become a reality. Read more…

West Nile alert

Assemblyman Michael R. Benedetto wants his constituents to be aware that the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has issued an alert as to the presence of West Nile Virus activity in his 82nd Assembly District. Read more…

Food Factory After Dark car show

Are you passionate about classic cars and tasty food? Then the Food Factory is serving up the perfect dish each week when they host their own classic car show. Read more…

Bronx Arts Ensemble features electrifying pianist Valentina Lisista

The Bronx Arts Ensemble’s Chamber Music Concert on Sun., Oct. 25 at 3 pm will feature “electrifying pianist” Valentina Lisista in a concert of Brahms, Strauss and Beethoven at 4673 Delafield Avenue in the historic neighborhood of Fieldston in the Bronx. Concert program includes Beethoven’s Sonata No. 2, Op. 27 (Moonlight) and Sonata, Op. 81 (“Les Adieux”); Strauss’ Piano Quartet in C Minor, Op 13 and Brahms’ Piano Quartet in G Minor, Op. 25. Read more…

Dream Makers to develop local dance, acting talent

Lisa Maietta Rybacki, a 28-year-old dancer who grew up in Country Club, has opened a full-scale dance and acting studio that will develop the talents of neighborhood young people. Read more…

Einstein doctor receives award

Lynne Holden, M.D., associate professor of clinical emergency medicine at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, has been named a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Community Health Leader (CHL) for her work with Mentoring in Medicine. Dr. Holden is co-founder and president of the organization, which encourages disadvantaged students to enter the health professions. Dr. Holden is one of 10 honorees who received the CHL Award at a ceremony held in the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C. Read more…

Bronxite wins Colorful Life contest

Jacqueline Wayans of the Bronx is a grand prize winner in the Colorful Life contest. A contest celebrating women who exude confidence, optimism, compassion, style and personality. The contest is sponsored by Maybelline New York in partnership with Meredith 360°, and bestselling author Candace Bushnell, one of America’s most colorful authors and personalities. Read more…

Coca Cola employees branch into Ferry Point Pk.

Coca-Cola Enterprises showed Mother Nature some ‘TreeLC’ in Ferry Point Park as a part of the company’s nationwide initiative to get more involved. Read more…

The Kezners re-unite; to perform at Frank Bee’s

Ladies and gentlemen put your hands together for the return of The Kezners! Read more…
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