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Bronxites Speak Out Against New District Lines

Bronxites Speak Out Against New District Lines

Bronx residents share their thoughts on current redistricting proposals at a lively panel discussion at the Bronx Museum of the Arts.

Rising Demand for a Bronx Ice Skating Rink

Rising Demand for a Bronx Ice Skating Rink

Bronxites young and old voice their support for building an ice skating rink in the borough by next winter.

Bronx River Alliance

Deputy Director Maggie Greenfield explains how the Bronx River Alliance works to keep the river clean and vibrant.

Toss the Textbooks?

Toss the Textbooks?

At St. Margaret of Cortona, in the Riverdale section of the Bronx, textbooks are being replaced with iPads in every classroom.

Tighter Restrictions on Homeless Shelters

Tighter Restrictions on Homeless Shelters

Mayor Bloomberg’s proposal that tighter restrictions be placed on the homeless applying for shelter has drawn considerable opposition.

Our Lady Queen of Angels

Our Lady Queen of Angels

Parishioners of an East Harlem church continue to worship there nearly five years after it has closed.

Marching Against Crime in Mott Haven

Marching Against Crime in Mott Haven

Bronx residents rally against guns and violence.

The Political Theater of Redistricting

The Political Theater of Redistricting

Every 10 years following the census, states redraw districts in order to reflect population changes. This is a controversial process because political power is on the line.

Bronxites Upset Over Proposed Post Office Closings

Bronxites Upset Over Proposed Post Office Closings

Bronxites are up in arms as the United States Postal Service plans to close down 17 post offices in the Bronx.