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Following a weekend filled with violence and bigotry in Charlottesville, Virginia, earlier this month over the removal of Confederate statues, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Aug. 16 he would convene a task force to examine all statues in the city, marking specific ones that might be considered offensive or rooted in racism or bigotry. more
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A man walking down Sedgwick Avenue last week found his commute to be a little lighter all of a sudden — but not in a good way. more
The hunt for a new district manager is officially on. Again. After spending three months as Community Board 8’s new district manager — and more than three decades in public affairs and relations — Michael Heller is hanging up his hat, he confirmed to The Riverdale Press on Monday. more
It was just after 1 on a Friday afternoon when worshippers started filing into a nearly empty room inside the Episcopal Church of the Mediator. more
After the raucous meeting in July over a proposed homeless shelter in Kingsbridge, Community Board 8’s land use committee is set to meet again Sept. 5. And near the top of its agenda? Once again, 5731 Broadway. more
How do you win a $10,000 scholarship? All 16-year-old Vera Zarubin had to do was demonstrate how to harness the heat generated by a device like a smartphone and turn that waste energy into electricity. more
Growing up in St. Croix in the Caribbean, watching films were a staple of Walter Krochmal’s upbringing. more
A new tenant is about to move into the 5740 Broadway shopping center. more
Five arts organizations have teamed up to form a coalition providing financial resources to empower emerging artists in the Bronx, Washington Heights and Harlem. more
Summer is coming to a close, but the threat from the mosquito-borne illness West Nile virus is still quite potent. more
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