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Hunger Remains Pervasive in the City

Hunger Remains Pervasive in the City

The city and charitable organizations have struggled over the past year to adjust to increasing numbers of the needy.

Thanksgiving Day Parade

Thanksgiving Day Parade

A festive crowd enjoyed this year’s parade.

Stereotypes in the Bronx

Stereotypes in the Bronx

Nellya Blinova, a senior student at Lehman College, interviews fellow students about stereotype.

Stereotypes in the Bronx (Part 2)

Stereotypes in the Bronx (Part 2)

Nellya Blynova, a Lehman College student from Russia, is interviewing young immigrants living in the Bronx about the stereotypes they have to fight on an everyday basis. [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zORJTESP3OY&feature=youtu.be[/youtube]

Department of Transportation Looks Out for Bronxites

Department of Transportation Looks Out for Bronxites

By Jeffrey Justice The South Bronx contains some of the largest and most dangerous intersections in the county. It has always been a very populous area of the Bronx. And, with high population, comes lots of traffic. Accidents happen frequently in the Bronx. There is a stretch of land in the South Bronx that has […]

MAD About Dance in the Bronx

MAD About Dance in the Bronx

Dance has a new outlet in the Bronx under the direction of contemporary instructor and choreographer Michiyo Tanaka.

The Museum Belongs to the People

The Museum Belongs to the People

The Bronx Museum of the Arts hosted a panel discussion in February to talk about the financial and political challenges facing cultural institutions today.

Desde el Bronx hasta Tierra Santa

Desde el Bronx hasta Tierra Santa

El padre José Félix Ortega tiene vocación por el estudio: está terminando su Doctorado en Fordham University. Además, en algunas comunidades del Bronx, los feligreses ya están familiarizados con su marcado acento español, que los acompaña durante la Eucaristía de los domingos y también en el trabajo social con los vecinos, otra de sus vocaciones.

Bronx Seniors Share Secrets to a Good Life

Bronx Seniors Share Secrets to a Good Life

Residents in their 70s, 80s and 90s set remarkable examples of how to live well, age gracefully and never stop learning.