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The final outcome of contentious contract negotiations between 3,000 residential workers and the Bronx Realty Advisory Board remains uncertain, although one thing is clear — a strike definitely isn’t out of the question. more
Jé Hooper is covering the history of the Ethical Culture Society, and in the process, is making some history himself. more
A pair of developers looking for the city’s help to build a nine-story mixed-use building at 5278 Post Road might have found a new hurdle beyond the rock outcroppings on the property they believe should give their plan special consideration. more
It was almost a "purr-fect" crime. An alleged catnapper in a Cookie Monster hoodie scooped up a 2-month-old kitten named Luna in the middle of the day Feb. 23, just weeks into her new life as Ismael’s Gourmet Deli’s inaugural cat. more
There was some Bronx representation at last week’s Oscar ceremony. And by Bronx, we mean DeWitt Clinton High School. more
In all of his 93 years on the planet, Sam Richman never had the pleasure of biting into the fluffy goodness of a waffle — until now. more
Newspapers are tasked with delivering news and holding those entrusted with our leadership — whether government or otherwise — accountable. more
The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade doesn’t hold a candle to teddy bears — at least as far as the Riverdale Temple Nursery School in concerned. more
Throughout history, the relationship between the police and those they have sworn to serve and protect has proven to be complex. And it certainly isn’t just an international issue — it’s one that comes up all too frequently here in the United States as well. more
For the most part, Marcelo Lopez totally digs his Greystone Avenue pad. Except for the fact he basically can’t cook without a major hassle. And it’s been that way for at least the last six months. more
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