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It takes a lot to shake Pino Morales. On the afternoon of Aug. 31 — by his account — someone had just pulled a knife on him. But his face showed nothing but a look of calm determination. more
Erika Gillette is the first to admit that she’s a rather unlikely person to promote science. more
If you could share only one word of wisdom with your grandchildren, what would it be? more
The Bronx Zoo is home to a diverse selection of wildlife. But in the last few months, it has also become home to a set of obstacle courses. more
Standing up for those who cannot defend themselves. Caring for the environment. Respecting differences between people. Can those values be taught in five days? more
A typical Saturday performance day starts at 10 a.m., for Eva Bornstein. more
Daniel Reynolds likes to take his work home with him, and by home, he probably really means a nearby park. more
It only takes a few minutes, and it could change not only the lives of New Yorkers, but also those living along the Gulf Coast in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. more
Abdullah Abid spends his classroom time not at a school in the Bronx, but instead at an elite specialized institution, Stuyvesant High School, off Chambers Street in lower Manhattan. more
Randy Abreu returned to the Bronx with a vision. And then he got here. more
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