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Nollywood: An African View of Africa

Nollywood: An African View of Africa

Nigerians are writing and directing movies that show Africa in a more sophisticated and nuanced light. Nollywood is spreading in the Bronx and not just among Africans.

Restaurants Learn Their ABC’s

Restaurants Learn Their ABC’s

Have you ever discovered an extra crunch that wasn’t supposed to be in a dish that you ordered? And then noticed it had legs?

What to Do in the Bronx — By Day

What to Do in the Bronx — By Day

A few of the options for a day out include: the Bronx Zoo, the New York Botanical Garden, a trek to City Island, a trip to the Bronx Museum or a visit to Bronx Little Italy.

Edible Gardens: Fuel for the Body from the Soil

Edible Gardens: Fuel for the Body from the Soil

Chef Nissa Pierson shared her passion for fresh garden recipes at the New York Botanical Garden’ second annual Edible Garden exhibit, an effort to promote healthy, home-grown cooking.

A Prince Brings Down the House

A Prince Brings Down the House

Bronx music fans offered a rousing welcome to one of their own when Latin pop star Prince Royce gave a concert at Lovinger Theatre, with hits “Corazon Sin Cara” and his rendition of “Stand By Me.”

Black Legacy Poets at Lehman College

Host Professor Miguel Perez talks with two members of the Black Legacy Poets who are top presenters of Soul Box.

Ulises Gonzales and ‘Pais de Hartos’

Professor Miguel Perez sits down with Professor Ulises Gonzales about his first novel, “Pais de Hartos”.

The Jungle Gym

The Jungle Gym

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu focuses on position, control and escapes — empowering techniques for Bronx youths at this local club.

Slideshow: LGBT March in the Bronx

Slideshow: LGBT March in the Bronx

On November 20th members of the Bronx community rallied against homophobia, weeks after gang members in Morris Heights were accused of vicious attacks on several men for being gay.