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Rabea Ali assumed Palestine wasn’t what U.S. Rep. Eliot Engel wanted to speak about during a public presentation last week. more
A developer overseeing what some critics describe as a rather disruptive construction project has one state lawmaker living nearby quite peeved. more
If you live in the Bronx and have an E-ZPass, it’s about to get a whole lot cheaper crossing the Henry Hudson Bridge. Free, in fact. more
Landlords who charge prospective tenants a fee to pull their credit report may soon have to provide that credit report to the potential renter. more
The holidays start this weekend, and some of the community’s elected officials hope that whether it’s a celebration of Easter or Passover, the city will ensure there is water coming out of the spigots. more
The fight to push for removing religious exemptions from required vaccines and immunizations has already brought God into the fight — but now it seems to be pulling in the Holocaust as well. more
No two political activist organizations are alike. But then again, there isn’t much out there like Bronx Indivisible. more
Charles Moerdler’s official days fighting for Bronx commuters’ transit needs have come to an end. He’s no longer on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority board. more
Community Board 8’s land use committee could finally catch up to most others throughout the rest of the city — in a fundamental way. more
Jeffrey Dinowitz scooped a little strawberry ice cream to join the vanilla already sitting in his bowl. And of course he topped it with rainbow sprinkles, a nod to his “Rainbow Revolution” of a decade before that upended the political machine managing the Bronx. more
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