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Earlier this month, a crowd of more than 20 people gathered at Riverdale Avenue at West 257th Street on a sunny, yet chilly, April day. The line, which many thought unusually long, was not for … more
Excitement was in the air at Menchie’s while “Party in the USA” from Miley Cyrus played in background. “So I put my hands up, they’re playin’ my song,” the pop singer proclaimed on … more
After five months as the interim leader, Steven Schwartz is now the permanent principal at Spuyten Duyvil P.S. 24 — a new job which has brought him full circle. That’s because Schwartz … more
The image “Who’s the Fairest?” is a photograph of a young girl, face unseen, standing in front of a mirror wearing an oversized adult hat, pajama bottoms, and brown boot-like slippers, thinking … more
For the third time in a month, robbers have targeted someone making a food delivery around the Van Cortlandt Village section of the 50th precinct.  This time, the victim, 47, was riding an … more
The Democratic race for the 14th council seat has officially begun in the northwest Bronx, where incumbent Fernando Cabrera already has gained an important lead.  Cabrera and three … more
CSX Corp., one of the nation’s largest freight and rail companies, has been asking $10 million for a defunct section of the Putnam Line.  But some residents have a different number in … more
The election of Donald Trump to the White House has brought with it a series of new debates at the state level in Albany, including a new wave of criticism for state Sen. Jeffrey Klein and his … more
More than 60 residents and activists filled up a normally sleepy … more
A few months ago, Sofía Hernández Chong Cuy watched students visiting the Bronx Museum of the Arts study a ... more
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