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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.

Haunted Pumpkin Garden

Haunted Pumpkin Garden

The NYBG’s third spooky event features eye-popping Funkins (foam pumpkins) by Ray Villafane.

The Brides’ March

The Brides’ March

This annual day-long event rallied New Yorkers against domestic violence in Washington Heights, Harlem and the Bronx.

Get in Line: NBA 2K15

Get in Line: NBA 2K15

Gamers from all over the Bronx gathered in front of Gamestop on 225th Street and Broadway to wait for the release of NBA 2k15, the number one selling NBA game.

México Maya

México Maya

Dzul Dance combines traditional indigenous dance moves with aerial displays, acrobatics, contortionist acts, and contemporary ballet.

Touring the Bartow-Pell Mansion

Touring the Bartow-Pell Mansion

Inside the Bronx National Landmark as it celebrates 100 years.

Korean Food Festival 2014

The second annual celebration of Korean cuisine was held in Times Square on October 17-18.

New York’s Open House

New York’s Open House

Open House New York held its weekend showcase on October 11th and 12th, giving the public an inside peek at historical landmarks, residential suites and cultural spaces across the five boroughs.