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Knicks Training Camp At West Point

Knicks Training Camp At West Point

The New York Knicks entered training camp last week under a new regime.

Ghosts of South Bronx Past

Ghosts of South Bronx Past

Like many New York neighborhoods, the South Bronx is experiencing a wave of gentrification. Yet, at the same time, a handful of architecturally fascinating places remain abandoned or derelict.

The 3rd Avenue Boys

The 3rd Avenue Boys

Hector “Tito” Vazquez, 75, moved from Puerto Rico to 3rd Avenue in the Bronx as a child and became fast friends with many of the neighborhood boys.

Bronx Parks Get Cash Infusion

Bronx Parks Get Cash Infusion

NYC Parks plans to spend $130 million to upgrade parks located in low-income communities.

African Day Parade: Celebration & Protest

African Day Parade: Celebration & Protest

New Yorkers came together to celebrate African culture and to protest the discrimination facing West Africans due to Ebola.

Comic Con 2014

Comic Con 2014

Geeks descended on Comic Con’s four-day event to show off their head-turning cosplays and character impersonations.

Segundo Festival del Cine Venezolano

Segundo Festival del Cine Venezolano

El pasado 19 de septiembre comenzó el Segundo Festival del Cine Venezolano en las salas Tribeca de Manhattan.

Nashaz: Jazz and the Land of Arabia

Nashaz: Jazz and the Land of Arabia

Nashaz, a Brooklyn-based band that plays an eclectic combination of jazz and traditional Arabic music, gave its first performance in the Bronx October 10th.

Community Leaders Try to Soothe Ebola Anxieties

Community Leaders Try to Soothe Ebola Anxieties

An Ebola town hall meeting at the Bronx Museum on October 29 seemed to do little to ease the community’s anxiety regarding the virus.