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Even though the holiday season is over, Poe Park Visitor Center’s “Whimsical Wonder” exhibition ... more
The Bronx Tourism Council is trying to drive more tourism—and technology—to the Bronx by launching a new promotion ... more
The Riverdale Y honored its founder with a gala on March 5, with a display of glitz and glamour in a nod to ... more
The largest menorah in the Bronx and a decorated Christmas tree lit up at the Bell Tower Memorial this weekend, as the first night of Hanukkah coincided with Christmas Eve in a rare occurrence this … more
Cubism. Pointillism. Post-Impressionism. Pop art. Those are some of the periods the 10 murals painted by seven juniors and seniors at IN-Tech Academy (M.S./H.S 368) cover. The … more
Marisol Díaz was on hand along with 60 bowlers and a few loungers, Kingsbridge Heights Community Center B-o-w-l-a-t-h-o-n at Bowlerland raises $10,000 on Oct. 17 for general operating funds. … more
Have you longed for a great tale, well told, that signature moment in a packed, hushed theatre which you know you will never forget? Read on.  August Wilson’s “Jitney” at … more
Saxophonist Vincent Herring was taking a break after playing a song by jazz pianist Cedar Walton when he decided to ... more
We gave our advertisers something for free. In return they're offering readers something for free. And below are some suggestions for things you can do for free in our area. NO MATTER the time of … more
Have you ever wished you could travel back to your heyday? Of course you have. Looking back is part of moving forward, after all. Richard Greenberg unpacks this theme to great effect in his new play … more
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