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When trying to land that first job of a successful career, anything putting that recent college grad ahead of the pack can be invaluable. more
When dawn breaks on the streets of the northwest Bronx, there’s a small chance the sun shines upon the unfortunate victim of a vehicle-related crime. more
Hiciano Grocery and Deli is the newest canvas of Bronx artists José Serrano and Carlos Perez. Known as Base and Styler, the two have collaborated on murals decorating the side of the Bailey Avenue and Summit Place bodega for weeks, seeking to bring art and inspiration to the community. more
Leave a dog or cat locked in a car during a heat wave or a deep freeze and face fines of up to $250. Leave a child in the car — so long as the child isn’t injured — nothing happens in New York. At least legally. more
Social justice. Resistance. Resilience. That’s how Jennifer Sanchez describes the historical origins of an art form she and husband Marcelo Fagundes are keeping alive in the Bronx. Some think of it as a fight, others as a dance. Really, it’s both. It’s capoeira. more
Karen Worchel never forgets a face. After nearly 47 years at Marble Hill Nursery School — 38 as its director — Worchel has met thousands of preschoolers. Yet she remembers all of them, even if it’s been decades since they last walked out the 5470 Broadway doors. more
The transformation of the Bronx’s decades old Special Natural Area District into the Special Natural Resources District — complete with new laws — is important, according to the city’s planning department. Even if Staten Island is no longer part of the equation. more
Amidst the flurry of budgeting and planning for next year, preschool teachers got a glimmer of good news. more
The man who allegedly tried to kill his own son and stepdaughter in a May domestic dispute in Kingsbridge was indicted on a litany of charges — including attempted murder, Bronx District Attorney Darcel Clark announced June 25. more
Not unlike a Metro-North Hudson line commuter train during rush hour, the long planned Hudson River Greenway project in the Bronx is moving slowly down the track toward its final destination. more
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