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The Riverdale Press won seven statewide awards from the New York Press Association last week, including the top two spots for best news story. more
It’s all about putting less people in jail, especially with the pending closure of Rikers Island. And that might actually become a reality as city officials predict jail population in New York City will drop to 3,300 by 2026. more
Deann Forman has a confession to make: She only works about 50 feet away from a fitness center, yet still never seems to find the time to work out. more
All it took for Jerry and Mimi Goodman to make a change in their community was just a little lunch. more
If there’s one thing Eva Bornstein can’t forget, it’s that one time Bronx borough president Ruben Diaz Jr., compared the Lehman Center for the Performing Arts to Manhattan’s Lincoln Center. more
When it comes to event programming at Wave Hill, sometimes it’s the visitors who call the shots. At least that’s what Jennifer McGregor says plays a pivotal role in deciding what kind of concerts, nature programs and educational events take place at the 675 W. 252nd St., space. more
Michelle Frick was the only one in the hospital who could see the bird. It was just a decade ago Frick was on one of her regular trips to the hospital for various surgeries needed by both her son and husband. more
All it took was a tagline to pique Julie Dalton’s attention in RSS-Riverdale Senior Services. As someone with a background working in aging services, Dalton was casually subscribed to the emails of RSS-Riverdale Senior Services and saw the Netherland Avenue facility’s tagline: “The Center for Ageless Living.” more
It only took one moment of frustration to give André Trenier a moment of clarity. Three years ago, the Bronx artist — known for his mural creations in front of places like Yankee Stadium — was working on a portrait of his friend and his friend’s son. more
It doesn’t matter if Rebecca Allan is painting or gardening — she’s always getting her hands dirty. A Spuyten Duyvil resident, Allan has spent the last 30 years creating as a professional artist, but just five years exploring the world of horticulture thanks to a project she led when she joined the cooperative board of her 2500 Johnson Ave., building. more
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