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When Sophia Sass visited her 91-year-old grandmother in the Majestic at 3660 Waldo Ave., last November, there was no heat. It was so cold, in fact, both she and her grandmother had to bundle up in multiple layers of clothing. more
Coalescing in the balm and mist outside his Morris Park office last week, a coalition of grassroots groups decried state Sen. Jeffrey Klein after an ex-staffer accused him of forcibly kissing her outside an Albany bar in 2015. more
It was an afternoon of sharing and capturing personal stories, all led by Frankie Diaz. more
As snowstorm Grayson’s fierce winds and heavy snowfall bore down on the Bronx last week, Raymundo Pegollo and his team were hard at work. more
Justin Westbrook-Lowery, a southeast Bronx native, dove into politics at an early age, and at 17 became one of the youngest community board members in his borough when he joined CB9 in 2015, while he was in high school. more
The grassroots organization hosts a “Community Power Hour” Jan. 17 where it's expected to share with the community ways of mustering political clout on the ground level. more
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Maybe it was the student discounts, or the teen-friendly atmosphere? Or it could have been a menu filled with choices like kale salads, organic burgers and lentil soup. more
Instead of the sounds of winter’s winds or muffled street traffic, residents at the Amalgamated Housing Cooperative will soon be lulled to sleep by the pitter-patter of construction taking place at nearby P.S./M.S. 95 Sheila Mencher. more
It’s 10 a.m., a time still considered breakfast, yet at Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy, lunch is being served. more
Irving Ladimer joined his first Community Board 8 meeting in 1988, when he could visit the movie theater to see Tom Cruise in “Rain Man,” and spend just $3.50. more
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