Klein challenges Dems to unity pledge

State Sen. Jeffrey Klein is calling out members of his old party to join him in supporting progressive causes in the senate like Planned Parenthood and single-payer health care. But Democrats have responded with a “you first.”

Funding cuts leave senior transit plan in jeopardy

For the past 20 years, Riverdale Senior Services has offered senior citizens rides to and from its 2600 Netherland Ave. location, doctor’s appointments, the bank, the supermarket and cultural …

Bronx Arts remembers heroes at Memorial Day park concert

Tango music and popular film score arrangements will take center stage at ...

MC grad finds speech inspiration

John Evans and Thom Gencarelli walked in the Quad area of Manhattan College last week sharing one final conversation about the speech Evans was set to deliver at the school’s graduation …

Gang threatens Rep. Espaillat

Last month, U.S. Rep. Adriano Espaillat received a threat from the gang Mara Salvatrucha, or MS-13 as its commonly known. He was the third threat on a New York elected official that week, …

Political Arena

Conservative hotelier donates to Cabrera

A Dallas businessman who once told his local newspaper he’s interested in “liberty-loving and conservative legislation, no matter who gets it done” may have finally found a Democrat he can support: Fernando Cabrera.


After three straight losses, American Studies clinches final playoff spot with RKA forfeit

The formula was a simple one for American Studies as the Senators entered the final week of the regular season toting a 6-5 record — win twice in your final five games and your reward would be a spot in the Public School Athletic League postseason.

The Ticket

‘Bandstand:’ A Valentine by the numbers

If the theater were a laboratory, let’s consider what elements we might want to combine to make a hit show.

‘Unnatural Landscapes’ blends nature with manmade structures

If you look hard enough inside Wave Hill house’s tearoom on a busy day, you’ll find ...


Remember those who died, but don’t forget those who remain

War is terrible. More often than not, it’s the wrong answer to a very important question.

Green scene

Manhattan reveals its geological secrets

Second part of two columns Last week, I shared a trip to discover the rocks hiding in New York City with Howard R. Feldman’s elective paleobiology class from Touro College. We visited places …

No gas for months

What's Cooking? Nothing

Tenants at 500 W. 235th St. have been living without gas for months, and one local elected official blames the landlord.