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Monofilament fishing line is not good for the health of aquatic animals — and not just because fishermen use it to yank them out of the water, or because they’re made of plastic. more
Any chance you’re feeling cable news fatigue? A terrific alternative is blazing in Sharr White’s new play, “The True,” at the Pershing Square Signature Center. The … more
A tranquil lunch break outside the Bronx County Hall of Justice was unsettled last week by screams and the charge of officers as tensions between two sides of a murder trial spilled onto the Grand Concourse. more
With the last-minute cancellation of its Johnson Avenue street festival in its rearview mirror, the Kingsbridge Riverdale Van Cortlandt Development Corp., is moving forward with a series of planned fall events after getting updates on different grants awarded to the civic organization recently. more
The list is up — City & State’s “Bronx Power 50” including not just heavy hitters like Democratic powerbroker Stanley Schlein at No. 1, but also longtime Community Board 8 land use committee chair Charles Moerdler at No. 3. more
It could be a crippling blow to community board clout. At least that’s what four of New York City’s five borough presidents are claiming. more
A cherished piece of Spuyten Duyvil’s past could be in jeopardy. And while the Villa Rosa Bonheur might not be completely obliterated, it could be fundamentally changed. more
It’s a mystery who might have copied the key and took the cash, but a North Riverdale man reportedly is short $10,000 because of it. more
It seems little short of a miracle the Taveras Food Center, on an oft-buzzing strip of Broadway, has been feeding Marble Hill mouths for as long as it has — at least 25 years, says manager Jose Taveras. more
When a doctor saved Myra Brent’s sight, she was compelled to express her gratitude. So she created a painting for him. more
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