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Joel Guerrero spent all his life in Kingsbridge. He went to P.S. 86 and then the New School for the Leadership and the Arts. more
John Kambouris worked hard to earn an “A” sanitation rating at Broadway Pizza & Pasta on West 231st Street, the restaurant his family has owned for two generations. He’s been through his fair share of inspections, and knows generally what city agents are looking for when they visit. more
Summer camp season is just weeks away, but some away-from-home daytime affairs — like those at Kingsbridge Heights Community Center — might have limited options for young teens this year. more
As far as anyone is concerned, the race to replace Councilman Andrew Cohen won’t take place until 2021. Yet, there are already two candidates actively campaigning for the seat, and one nursing a bit of a black eye. more
A 50-year-old woman parked her car opposite the 3700 block of Jerome Avenue early on May 4, only to return later in the day to find her 2005 grey Toyota Camry gone without a trace. more
Early in the morning hours of Tuesday, Elizabeth Thompson boarded a bus destined to Albany. Now retired, Thompson spends her time fighting for the rights of apartment tenants she says are being taken advantage of by their landlords. It’s what took Thompson to the state capital this week, and a sidewalk outside Bronx Housing Civil Court the week before. more
Jordan Moss may have grown up as a child of two artists, but the thought of pursuing art himself was a no-go until a life-changing event seven years ago. more
Successfully running a bodega, travel agency or any small business in the city can require heroic effort. But Josue Guerrero and his family have done just that at Yohan’s Deli & Grocery. more
For Monique Hamilton, planting and harvesting in her urban garden verges on the sublime — from seeding to weeding to reaping vegetables, followed by winter’s lull, until frozen ground thaws and the cycle starts anew in spring. more
Ursula Chanse describes 1988 as a “time of upheaval” in the Bronx. Between those moving out of the borough and people committed to staying, change was happening at a rapid pace. more
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