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Unsung Soup Slingers

Unsung Soup Slingers

Struggling Bronx families find a judgment-free zone in POTS, or Part Of The Solution, a soup kitchen turned general services program.

Joi Bangla!

Joi Bangla!

Hundreds of Bronx residents gathered at the Bengal Restaurant on White Plains Road to celebrate the first Bangladesh Independence Day event.

Baseball in the Bronx Starts April 13th

Baseball in the Bronx Starts April 13th

When you think of spring, you think of baseball. And when you think of baseball, you think of the Bronx.

Yudelka Tapia: Empowering Dominicans

Yudelka Tapia: Empowering Dominicans

“We need more people who look like us in power,” says this Dominican-born district leader.

Tough Economic Times on Southern Boulevard

Tough Economic Times on Southern Boulevard

High taxes and rents have hurt long-time businesses along Southern Boulevard in the South Bronx.

A Grand Dominicanazo!

A Grand Dominicanazo!

Bronxites gathered to celebrate Dominican independence.

A Political Pioneer in the Bronx

A Political Pioneer in the Bronx

Nelson Castro represents a growing number of Dominican voters in The Bronx.

Bronxites Brace for School Closures

Bronxites Brace for School Closures

Samuel Gompers, Jane Addams, and Grace Dodge are three Bronx schools set to close. Students react to the news.

Occupy 4 Prisoners

Occupy 4 Prisoners

The Occupy movement spread to the Lincoln Correctional Facility with a solidarity march. Protesters denounced the “prison industrial complex” as racist and unfair.