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Calvary fundraiser held at Sonora

Sonora Restaurant hosted a fundraiser for Calvary Hospital with all of the proceeds going to Calvary Patient Care Programs. According to owner Ralph Russo, he ran the fundraiser because Calvary helps so many in the community. The event was held at 2107 Williamsbridge Road on Monday, November 10. Read more…
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For Your Health

Going to the dentist can be traumatic for any child or adult. For some special needs children, it can be even more so. It’s important to select a dentist that is prepared to handle your child’s special needs and can make the experience as painless as possible for you and your child. Here are some steps you can take to make sure that the experience is both pleasant for your child and non-stressful for you. Read more…
Opinion

Do You Remember

There once was an old man living on Washington Avenue off East 167th Street in Morrisania whom many thought of as being a little daft. His name was James L. Parshall and he was one of the original settlers of Morrisania when the village was established in 1848. He wore his hair down to his shoulders which very much set him apart during the Civil War era and gave rise to his being cited as somewhat odd. Actually, he was quite adept at business and was one of the most successful real estate people in the village. He was also known as a spiritualist and when his daughter was thrown from her horse and died, he kept her mount saddled up and ready in the stable. He did have some strange ways, but don’t we all? Read more…
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Bronx Schools

St. Barnabas HS library renovated Read more…
Borough-wide

Calvary launches e-mail newsletter

Calvary Hospital recently launched the inaugural issue of its first e-newsletter, Calvary Life. This communication tool is designed to keep people updated on the latest hospital news and community partnerships. Although donations are always encouraged, Calvary Life is not only limited to donors. To download the inaugural issue, go to http://www.calvaryhospital.org/CalvaryLifeI. Read more…
Letters

Letters To The Editor

Health care reform provides for a penalty. Read more…
Borough-wide

ACCESS offers computers for as low as $200

A new ACCESS showcase, offering refurbished computers as low as $200, opens this Monday in Port Morris, just in time for the holiday season. The new store at 804 E. 138th Street, will be the second ACCESS store in the Bronx. Read more…
Opinion

Northeast Bronx Association, Inc.

Next Meeting Read more…
Opinion

Samuel Young Post

Hello all! Read more…
Parenting

NYBG Holiday Train Show opens

On Saturday, November 21, the New York Botanical Garden opened its annual Holiday Train Show, which includes dozens of replicas of skyscrapers, museums, mansions, brownstones, bridges, ballparks, and other famous structures from around New York. Artist Paul Busse handcrafted all of the structures around the tracks from leaves, twigs, bark, berries, pods, pinecones, and other plant materials. Read more…
Parenting

Bronx Beat

Guitarist and teacher Joshua McGuire will perform at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, 2500 Westchester Avenue, on Sat., Dec. 5, at 3 pm. McGuire’s presentation, Treasures of the Americas, will feature selections by Leo Brouwer, Heitor Villa-Lobos, and Alberto Ginestra. This is McGuire’s only New York City-area performance. Read more…
Opinion

Rock On The Bronx

You! You’re here! Welcome! Stay a while. Newspapers are still the best way to get and share your news. Unlike websites, a newspaper can fall upon the eyes of anyone, which means anyone at a moments […] Read more…
Opinion

Pelham Bay Taxpayers Association

With so much doom and gloom bombarding us, it felt so great when all those hands went up “unanimously voting yes for a public hearing to discuss a possible directional change for St. Paul Avenue.” Read more…
Opinion

Community Board 10

The problem of overdevelopment, particularly in the Pelham Bay and Waterbury-LaSalle areas, has been a topic of concern for several years now. It seems that when the majority of Community Board 10 was […] Read more…
Opinion

Ferry Point Community Advocates

To all a wonderful warm, happy, healthy Thanksgiving. Read more…
Arts

Bronx Scene

Bartow-Pell presents First Fridays! Read more…
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