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Halloween may be long over, but the Lehman College Art Gallery is bringing gothic culture to the forefront. more
It’s not even Black Friday quite yet, but lines were expected to be long — hours long. more
Seasonal beers, art and burgers may catch some a little off guard when looking for the old Pipers Kilt bar and grill in Kingsbridge. more
Thanksgiving has come a little early for the community’s newest residents. more
It was the community meeting where not everyone in the community could attend. In fact, it was a community meeting where really no one in the community could attend, unless you received an invitation, and were not a member of the media. more
Nat Solomon refuses to give up. The Van Cortlandt Village resident wants safety improvements where Stevenson Place and Sedgwick Avenue meet, like a crosswalk, traffic lights and speed cameras. Even after the city’s transportation department nixed the changes, Solomon convinced the Bronx’s own transportation commissioner to come get a first-hand look. more
Want to know how to have a happy classroom? Try asking the kindergarteners at P.S. 344 AmPark Neighborhood School. They have some insightful answers. more
Incident in Marble Hill shines light on Civilian Complaint Review Board. more
One local motorist probably wishes she’d been more vigilant about locking up her car and not leaving a spare key inside for a lucky thief to find. more
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority will be quite focused on the northern-most leg of the A train this weekend — so much that there will be no room for passengers. more
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