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Every morning Brother Raymond Meagher, a former professor at Manhattan College’s School of Education and Health, told students to say three things to themselves: “I am amazing.” “I am awesome.” And, “I am great.” more
The fix is in — for the step street located at West 229th Street between Heath Avenue and Kingsbridge Terrace. more
Marisol Cartagena remembers watching the members of the BXBC La Caja gym sprint up and down the sidewalks of West 238th Street through the window of the Chinese takeout restaurant across the street. more
The heat was on last Thursday, and it wasn’t just because it was a hot and scorching day. more
It’s a hot and humid late July morning, and these kids are outside running amongst the grass and trees. They’re taking part in a fun outdoor activity — a scavenger hunt — and they’re thinking hard about a riddle so they can get their next clue. more
When Steve Catechis first opened Blackstone Bar & Grill in 2014, he desperately wanted to include a sidewalk dining area. more
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When Serin Philip is asked to describe the street in front of his real estate storefront Rapid Realty, he can only come up with one word: “warzone.” “It’s like an … more
The world is at their fingertips — or at least that’s what people tell them. But the truth is young people, especially in the Bronx, are having a hard time finding work. The rate of 16- to 24-year-olds who are either out of work or out of school in the borough is 26 percent — double that of Manhattan. more
A cleaner park. Well-maintained hiking trails. Improved water quality. Those were some the projects the nonprofit Friends of Van Cortlandt Park worked on over the past 25 years. more
It’s the early morning rush hour and Deborah Wallace stands at a bus stop near Kappock Street and Knolls Crescent. more
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