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The First Jamaican Patois Bible

The First Jamaican Patois Bible

In December 2011, the Bible was translated into Jamaican Patois, starting with the Book of Luke, “Jiizas: di buuk We Luuk rait bout Im.”

Bronx Ink

Bronx Ink

Once taboo, tattoos have become the “branding” of choice for many New Yorkers. The most trendy options in the Bronx are crosses, stars, names and tramp stamps.

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.

Artist/Poet Wonder Lee

Artist and Poet Wonder Lee talks about how her poetry and art has inspired many, especially those in the LGBT community.

Esmeralda Santiago: A Puerto Rican Journey

Esmeralda Santiago: A Puerto Rican Journey

“Art makes it possible for us to express our lives, preoccupations, emotions, our history,” says Santiago, best known for her memoirs “When I was Puerto Rican” and “Almost A Woman.”

Joi Bangla!

Joi Bangla!

Hundreds of Bronx residents gathered at the Bengal Restaurant on White Plains Road to celebrate the first Bangladesh Independence Day event.

Afro-Latino Forum

What does it mean to be black? To be Latino? To be both?

Trolley Night Returns

Trolley Night Returns

After a short respite, The Bronx Cultural Trolley is back to provide people with free rides to art galleries and concerts on the first Wednesday of every month.

True New York Flavors

True New York Flavors

Who is that man talking into a banana, aboard a sailboat, en route to save City Island from the evil Queen of Westchester? It’s Baron Ambrosia, an outrageous culinary ambassador for the Bronx.