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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
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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Waiting for the bus can feel like forever, especially not knowing how far away it is. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has tried to cure that with four new bus countdown clocks installed in the Bronx earlier this summer — but not in this part of the borough. And it doesn’t look like they’re heading to Riverdale and Kingsbridge anytime soon. more
He never wanted to run for public office, but Andrew Sandler couldn’t stay away from public service. more
Hebrew Home at Riverdale has captured its 100 years of history in one 400-square-foot exhibition. more
Compared to the rest of the city and even its own borough, the Riverdale-Kingsbridge area doesn’t find itself mentioned in pop culture very much. more
All it took for Laurie Walton to become the director of The Riverdale Y’s performing arts department was a knock on the door and an offer to direct a teen show. All on a budget of $500. more
The heat was on last Thursday, and it wasn’t just because it was a hot and scorching day. 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
To say that Regina Spierer is an older member of the Riverdale community would be a grand understatement. more
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