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México Maya

México Maya

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

South Bronx Unite Marches for Clean Air

South Bronx Unite Marches for Clean Air

Bronxites on the People’s Climate March called for a boycott of Fresh Direct.

The People’s Climate March

The People’s Climate March

Hundreds of thousands of people rallied in New York City for the People’s Climate March on September 21, 2014.

The World’s Largest Cannolo

The World’s Largest Cannolo

What is 12 feet long, over 300 pounds and spiked with chocolate chips? Why the world’s “largest” cannolo (singular of cannoli) unveiled September 20th at the 88th Feast of San Gennaro.

Jason Mraz Says Yes to the Bronx

Jason Mraz Says Yes to the Bronx

Jason Mraz “soft rocked” the house at the Lehman Center for the Performing Arts on September 18th.

Foodies Flock to Harvest Festival

Foodies Flock to Harvest Festival

Bronxites came together for a day filled with wine, live music, food talks, demonstrations and tastings galore.

Green Taxis in the Bronx

Green Taxis in the Bronx

Mayor Bloomberg announced that there are 1,000 boro taxis on the streets and that nearly 300,000 trips have been taken since the launch.

Hart Island: A Graveyard for the Unknown and Indigent

Hart Island: A Graveyard for the Unknown and Indigent

On an island near the city that never sleeps is a place where over 850,000 souls lay in permanent slumber. The bodies of the unclaimed, unidentified, stillborn infants…

Tandem Pursuits: Armor & Ichthyology

Tandem Pursuits: Armor & Ichthyology

The Glyndor Gallery at Wave Hill was home to medieval armor and aquatic creatures for the fall art exhibition.