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With more than 650,000 potential members and growing in the Bronx alone, Netflix might have a big competitor for its online streaming service. And it’s coming from the most unlikely place — the library. more
It’s finally a done deal. The New York Public Library finalized a deal Aug. 16 to purchase the land and vacant building for the Van Cortlandt Village branch at 3882 Cannon Place. more
Alex Simmons arrived at the massive San Diego Comic-Con in California as a panelist, but returned home an award winner. more
Every Thursday from now until the end of October, the front lawn of Riverdale Neighborhood House transforms into a Youthmarket, selling locally grown foods such as cauliflower, kale and peaches to the community. more
You can make Riverdale cleaner and greener — right from your kitchen counter. more
To keep pace with technology and more efficient learning for students, the price tag could add up to $10,000. more
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This fall, thousands of school-aged children living in city shelters will return to school without backpacks, notebooks or pencils. Almost half are in the Bronx. more
It seems like “it’s always something” slowing the subway trains down, Kingsbridge resident Louis Bailey said. more
It’s the case of the disappearing Bx20 bus schedules. Until last month, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority posted schedules of the arrival times at bus stops along the route, which … more
After two years of promises and issued (and reissued) building permits, St. Gabriel School has just one request of its neighbor, Riverstone Condominium — fix its brick façade so that the school’s kids can once again have full use of their playground. more
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