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For the first time in 80 years, an amorphophallus titanium is about to bloom at the New York Botanical Gardens. The plant, also known as the corpse flower because of its powerful odor, takes 10 … more
Book lovers of Van Corlandt Village received big news when local officials announced they were allocating $2 million for a new branch library to open at 3882 Cannon Place – a building with a turbulent history. more
The winding streets and neo-Tudor buildings of the Fort Independence area may soon help it win national recognition as a historic district – an honor that would protect this northwest Bronx … more
It was the competition where the knives, plates and food came out, as the chefs of the Atria Riverdale and Bella Notte Pizzeria showed off their culinary prowess during the Atria’s 2016 Chef … more
I do not know about you but I love butterflies! I suspect most people do, even though few have much interest or affinity for insects in general. But butterflies are special. Popular interest in … more
They are everywhere right now, blooming their little heads off.  As you walk anywhere in Riverdale, there is a profusion of orange blossoms of the wild daylily – which we called Tiger … more
Guitarist Steve Bloom strummed the notes of Jaco Pastorius’ song “Come On, Come Over” to an audience mainly filled with babies in strollers, young children sitting on a adult’s lap, pre-teens … more
The exploration of female identity takes on a new artistic form in Lehman College’s upcoming production, “Growing Up She.” The show, which runs from July 14 to 16, combines … more
Riverdalian Sam Gellens, a former CUNY history professor, recorded an interview on May 12 with his neighbor Roscoe Brown. Mr. Brown was a former president of Bronx Community College and member of the … more
Three years ago, Suzanne Axelbank saw a drawing at a friend’s house that rekindled her college-age dream of becoming an artist. more
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