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The Race is On in the West Bronx

The Race is On in the West Bronx

It’s the peak of election season with pols campaigning for the Sept.13 primary.

Despite Scandal, Bronx Pride Festival Goes On

Despite Scandal, Bronx Pride Festival Goes On

The Bronx Community Pride Center may have closed, but Bronxites still were able to attend the annual festival in Crotona Park.

Rangel Wins Primary in 13th

Rangel Wins Primary in 13th

Dominican-American Adriano Espaillat takes his best shot at unseating incumbent Charlie Rangel.

Fresh Farm Produce in the Bronx

Fresh Farm Produce in the Bronx

Lehman College is partnering with Corbin Hill Farm to supply healthy fruits and vegetables to residents.

The Art of the Swipe

The Art of the Swipe

Wonder what those guys standing by subway turnstiles are doing, muttering “swipe” as you walk by?

Danilo Wins Presidency Despite PRD’s NYC Dominance

Danilo Wins Presidency Despite PRD’s NYC Dominance

Danilo Medina defeats Hipólito Mejía in Dominican elections on May 20th.

Mott Haven Is Not Having It

Mott Haven Is Not Having It

Homeowners, a non-profit and the state are clashing over a proposed housing facility that will include units for the mentally ill.

Bronx Teen Missing

Bronx Teen Missing

A devastated Bronx mother is desperately searching for her missing daughter. Coralys Guzman, 15, 5’8″, has been missing since May 15.

“Everything died with him.”

“Everything died with him.”

Christopher Robinson, 18, was the last person anyone expected to end up murdered while awaiting his release from Rikers Island.